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Keeping up-to-date with technology and the cloud!

Summer is here, and it is time to catch up on your summer reading! Check out recommendations from our authors on what they are reading this time of year in our blog.

Keeping up-to-date with technology is never easy. Use your summer reading to gain insight on new SAS solutions and analytics technology with our series of free e-books. Each e-book focuses on a topic and pulls together a carefully curated collection of papers from recent SAS Global Forums to give you a cutting-edge overview. New additions include: Visual Analytics with SAS® Viya® and Exploring Modern Regression Methods Using SAS®.

We have also recently launched a series of free e-books that illustrate the features and capabilities of SAS Viya. What is SAS Viya? How does it work with SAS®9? Why do we need to be in the cloud? Download these free e-books to get these answers and more.




Sian Roberts, Publisher, SAS Press




Exploring SAS with Viya: Programming and Data Management
Exploring SAS® Viya®: Visual Analytics, Statistics, and Investigations
Fundamentals of Programming in SAS

New to SAS and want to get SAS certified?

Fundamentals of Programming in SAS®: A Case Study Approach by Jim Blum and Jonathan Duggins provides new SAS users, including those seeking certification as a SAS Base Programmer for SAS 9, an in-depth introduction to all the topics required to become a proficient SAS programmer. Using a spiral curriculum that returns to build upon topics introduced earlier, the book includes real-world, large-scale projects presented as case studies. Check out this preview to see if the book’s approach matches your learning style and listen to what author Jim Blum has to say about why he felt there was a need for this book.




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The Essential Guide to SAS® Dates and Times, Second Edition  by Derek Morgan

Handling times and dates in SAS?

How do you convert a value such as 27 January 2003 into a SAS date? How do you put a date into a filename, or label an Excel worksheet with the date? Author, Derek Morgan, shares an up-to-date collection of examples on how to write complex programs involving dates, times, or datetime values.

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