Engy Fouda is a Muslim Egyptian-American author, freelance engineer, and journalist. She holds a master's degree in journalism from Harvard Extension School and master's degree in computer engineering from Cairo University. Engy also received a Graduate Professional Certificate in data science from Harvard University in 2017. She volunteers as the Team Lead for Momken Group (Engineering for the Blind) Egypt Scholars Inc. Engy has published several books that made Amazon best-selling charts for Arabic books. Currently, she teaches SAS, Docker, and Kubernetes at ONLC (Microsoft Partner) as a freelance instructor. She also works as a freelance editor at Polaris and Dawn company and as a freelance technical editor at Versailles Engineering Systems Lab, Paris-Saclay University.
Learning Data Science in Four Days Using SAS®
By Engy Fouda
Anticipated publication date: Third quarter 2020
Learning Data Science in Four Days Using SAS will introduce the reader to SAS using screenshots from SAS University Edition GUI and advanced techniques using SAS Viya for Learners. The book’s main objectives are to demonstrate how the power of SAS GUI makes data analytics much easier compared to other languages, to show how to write SAS code and understand the code that is generated from the GUI choices, and to demonstrate how to clean and analyze real data sets. The book will cover the syntax, conditional, looping, regression, and the basic program structure. The author will use real-life case studies to expose readers to examples from a multitude of industries such as health care, politics, marketing, and finance. In addition, the author will briefly explain statistical theories for novices.
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- Michele M. Burlew designs and programs SAS applications for data management, data analysis, report writing, and graphics for academic and corporate clients.
- Kevin D. Smith has been a software developer at SAS since 1997.