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SAS Employee
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White Papers/Books.

Hi All,

I'm looking for some advice to give to potential learners after they have attended a basic statistics SAS course and I was wondering if anyone had some good white papers or knew of some good books for additional learning on the following subjects (any industry information is fine):

Picturing Distributions
Confidence Intervals
One Sample t-test.
Two-Sample t-test
One- Way ANOVA (with Assumptions)
Correlation Statistics (Pearson)
Simple Linear Regression (with Assumptions)
Multiple Linear Regression
Association (Chi-squared and Mantel H)
Binary Logistic Regression
Multiple binary logistic regression.
Ridge Regression

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
SAS Employee
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Re: White Papers/Books.

Glen Walker's and Jack Shostak's book "Common Statistical Methods for Clinical Research with SAS Examples, Third Edition is an excellent book that covers essentially all of this with chapters on each of those topics and several others. While the title mentions clinical research, the presentation is just a good, basic treatment of many basic statistical methods with lots of examples. See more here:

http://www.sas.com/apps/pubscat/bookdetails.jsp?catid=1&pc=62004
SAS Employee
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Re: White Papers/Books.

Thanks Dave.

Do you know much about ridge regression?
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