Rick Aster became widely known as a SAS programming expert with the publication of Professional SAS Programming Secrets in 1991. Since then, he has gone on to write more books and audiocassettes on SAS programming than anyone else. He lives in Chester County, Pennsylvania, and spends much of his time consulting and teaching in the Philadelphia area.
Professional SAS Programmer's Pocket Referenceby Rick Aster
A compact reference book for SAS software users, with descriptions of SAS language syntax, base SAS routines, options, and other essential information. The book starts with a brief introduction to SAS programming that may be sufficient to get computer-savvy college students and professional computer programmers started with SAS programming. The book's reference material is organized to make looking up information as quick as possible, to make all kinds of SAS programmers more productive. Its compact size makes it especially convenient for consultants and students.
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