Six new SAS books for 2018


New SAS books Start off the New Year by brushing up your SAS programming skills! Begin your goal to become SAS certified or explore these New SAS books and other SAS Press titles, many of which will be making their bookshelf debut at SAS® Global Forum 2018 in Denver, CO!

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SAS® for Forecasting Time Series, Third Edition
by John C. Brocklebank, David A. Dickey & Bong Choi

In this third edition, the authors show you how SAS performs univariate and multivariate time series analysis. Taking a tutorial approach, the authors focus on the procedures that most effectively bring results. Discover how to model and forecast simple autoregressive (AR) processes using PROC ARIMA, and how to fit autoregressive and vector ARMA processes using the STATESPACE and VARMAX procedures. Other topics covered include detecting sinusoidal components in time series models, performing bivariate cross-spectral analysis, and comparing these frequency-based results with the time domain transfer function methodology.

The SAS® Programmer's PROC REPORT Handbook: ODS Companion
by Jane Eslinger

Generate reports that are easy to read and comprehend with PROC REPORT. This book covers the style elements from style templates that PROC REPORT uses to construct the visual aspects of the report, providing examples of how to alter the style elements and the effect on the main ODS destinations.

Infographics Powered by SAS(R) Visual Analytics and SAS® Office Analytics
by Travis Murphy

Design robust and repeatable business infographics with SAS. With this book, you'll learn to use SAS to produce infographics quickly and clearly, and you’ll step through practical examples that you can apply immediately. You will be able to take complex information and turn it into graphics that enterprise stakeholders and C-level executives will find user-friendly and easy to use.

Applied Econometrics with SAS®: Modeling Demand, Supply, and Risk
by Barry K. Goodwin, A. Ford Ramsey and Jan Chvosta

Using Applied Econometrics with SAS: Modeling Demand, Supply, and Risk, you will quickly master SAS applications for implementing and estimating standard models in the field of econometrics. This guide introduces you to the major theories underpinning applied demand and production economics. For each of its three main topics—demand, supply, and risk—a concise theoretical orientation leads directly into consideration of specific economic models and econometric techniques.

JSL Companion: Applications of the JMP Scripting Language, Second Edition
by Theresa Utlaut, Georgia Morgan & Kevin Anderson

The second edition of JSL Companion: Applications of the JMP® Scripting Language continues to provide novice scripters with a resource that helps them go beyond the basics of JMP Scripting Language (JSL) while expanding on concepts presented in the first edition and adding a new chapter dedicated to creating applications.

The CEO Next Door: The 4 Behaviors That Transform Ordinary People into World-Class Leaders
by Elena L. Botelho and Kim R. Powell with Tahl Raz

Based on an in-depth analysis of over 2,600 leaders drawn from a database of more than 17,000 CEOs and C-suite executives, as well 13,000 hours of interviews, and two decades of experience advising CEOs and executive boards, Elena L. Botelho and Kim R. Powell overturn the myths about what it takes to get to the top and succeed.


About Author

Sian Roberts

Publisher, SAS Press

Sian is currently Publisher at SAS Press. She has over 20 years of publishing and marketing experience in technology and holds a BEng in Electronic Engineering from Brunel University, London, UK, and a MSc in Cognitive Science & Intelligent Computing from the University of Westminster, London, UK. When Sian is not busily leading SAS Press, she is a devoted soccer/baseball mom to her two boys and walking Chuck, the family chocolate lab.

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