In search of SAS-fu
September 22, 2011 2:14 AM Subscribe
What are your beginner/intermediate SAS handbook recommendations?
I vaguely know my way around SAS, but my life would be a lot easier if I were actually good with it. I'm more than comfortable with SPSS and R, and otherwise have a good applied stats and programming background. Rather than looking for something that focuses on teaching statistics, I need a guide that illustrates how to implement a variety of statistical methods — going beyond regression to factor analysis and survival analysis. What should I read? Bonus points for books with good coverage of advanced graphical procedures. Thanks!