LEARNING SAS IN THE COMPUTER LAB, 3RD EDITION, gets readers up and running quickly with SAS. Explaining concepts and commands in clear steps, the authors provide SAS basics so students can successfully apply computing techniques in statistics and acquire an appreciation of data analysis. This brief, affordable manual also ensures that readers learn enough about programming with SAS to be able to find their way around the many SAS reference manuals that they will use in their professional activities.
A supplementary lab manual for integrating computing into a beginning statistics class. Presents 23 modules covering concepts ranging from simple descriptive statistics to ANOVA, regression, and analysis of covariance. Modules feature worked examples and exercises with printouts of actual SAS output, practice problems using real data sets, chapter summaries, and concept summaries. Includes a tear-out roadmap explaining which SAS procedures to use for different kinds of statistical analyses. Students do not need background in calculus or computing. This second edition contains new modules, more data sets, and more problems. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)