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10-17-2015 08:00 PM - edited 10-17-2015 08:04 PM
This is an old thread. However, people tend to google this thread for help so I decided to post. In the old days, there weren't many choices. You almost always ended up using the Little SAS Book or Learning SAS by Example. These two books were published by SAS and are considered to be classics. They are great books if you already have some knowledge of SAS (perhaps through your school or your coworker). In recent years, more beginner level SAS tutorial books were published by non SAS publishing houses. I can recommend three books.
One is SAS Essentials: A Guide to Mastering SAS for Research.
Another is Beginning SAS Programming: a true beginner's guide for learning SAS. This is my book. Sorry for the self promotion. You can download free chapters at http://saszero2hero.com/resources/beginningSASprgCh1_2.pdf.
The third is SAS for Data Analysis: Intermediate Statistical Methods (Statistics and Computing). All these three books are available at amazon.
In addition, the SAS institute has published free SAS video tutorials at http://support.sas.com/training/tutorial/.
What's more, the SAS institute offers a free e-course for any adult learners. If you sign up with SAS On Demand (e.g. SAS in the cloud, which is free for any adult learners for the purpose of learning SAS) at http://support.sas.com/software/products/ondemand-academics/#s1=2, you'll get a free elearning course. This free course used to cost several hundred dollars, which is completely free now. Anyway, you have lot of choices if you want to learn SAS.
10-22-2015 07:42 AM - edited 10-22-2015 07:44 AM
Somehow, the previous link I posted to my book wasn't working. Here's the correct link
Here's the book at amazon: