Concepts and Case Studies in Data Management

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by William S. Calvert and J. Meimei Ma

Learn how to work smart in planning and conducting research projects with this new resource for successful research data management (RDM). You can read about basic concepts and techniques of RDM and then see them illustrated in case studies from a variety of research fields. Readers with some experience leading research projects and an understanding of programming basics will value both the theoretical and the practical information provided here. In addition to RDM methodology and four case studies, the book features a concise list of tips to remember at the end of each concepts chapter, an appendix with SAS programming tips, and a list of recommended supplemental texts, including SAS manuals and SUGI papers. Ideal for researchers in the field and the classroom.

176 pages.

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Also Recommended: SAS Procedures Guide, Version 6, Third Edition; SAS Language: Reference, Version 6, First Edition; SAS Software Roadmaps: Your Guide to Discovering the SAS System; The Little SAS Book: A Primer;

CMS, Mac, MVS, OS/390, OS/2, UNIX, OpenVMS Alpha, OpenVMS VAX, Windows

ISBN: 1-55544-761-9

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