Teaching Professor, NC State University
Jonathan Duggins is an award-winning Teaching Professor at North Carolina State University, where his teaching includes multiple undergraduate and graduate programming courses. His experience as a practicing biostatistician influences his classroom instruction where he incorporates case studies, utilizes large data sets, and holds students accountable for the best practices used in industry. Jonathan is a member of the American Statistical Association and is active with the North Carolina chapter. He has been a SAS user since 1999 and has presented at both regional and national statistical and SAS user group conferences. Jonathan holds a BS and MS in mathematics from the University of North Carolina Wilmington and a MS and PhD in statistics from Virginia Tech.
Fundamentals of Programming in SAS®
Anticipated publication date: Third quarter 2019
Written specifically for classroom use, this title will give new SAS users, including those seeking Base Programmer certification, an in-depth introduction to all the topics required to become a proficient SAS programmer. Topics include working with data in various forms and data manipulation, creating a variety of tabular and visual summaries of data, as well as data validation and good programming practices. The book pursues learning objectives in a spiral curriculum that returns to build upon topics introduced earlier, and at its core uses large-scale projects presented as case studies.
- Jared Dean is the Chief Technology Officer of StepLeader.
- Rob Collum is a Principal Technical Architect in the Professional Services Division at SAS.
- Jim Blum is a Professor of Statistics at the University of North Carolina Wilmington where he has developed and taught original courses in SAS programming for the university for more than 15 years. These courses cover topics in SAS/BASE, SAS/SQL, SAS/STAT, and macro language.
- Jack Shostak, Associate Director of Statistics, manages a group of statistical programmers at the Duke Clinical Research Institute.