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SAS Conference Proceedings: Midwest SAS Users Group 1994
September 25-27, 1994, Omaha, Nebraska, 41 papers
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Database Design and Access
Statistics and Data Visualization

Advanced Tutorials
tweet!  Turning On the Power of Data Management Windows
  Priscilla Van Grevenhof, Mayo Clinic
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tweet!  Total Control of Your Printed Output Without Desktop Publishing
  Bill Adams, Adams Consulting Services
Pages: 5 Size: 229 Kb 
tweet!  Advanced Features of PROC REPORT
  Kim L. Kolbe Ritzow, Systems Seminar Consultants
Pages: 10 Size: 501 Kb 
tweet!  New Tricks for an Old Tool: Using Custom Formats for Data Validation and Program Efficiency
  S. David Riba, JADE Tech, Inc.
Pages: 8 Size: 472 Kb 
tweet!  DSCI: The OTHER Way to do SAS Graphics
  C. Michael Whitney, USAF Environmental Technical Applications Center
Pages: 7 Size: 275 Kb 
tweet!  Using SAS/GRAPH with any dBase Compatible Product with Microsofts' ODBC
  Gary Hunt, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska
Pages: 4 Size: 164 Kb 
tweet!  Generalizing PROC REPORT with SAS Macro
  Philip M. Pochon, Computer Task Group, Inc.
Pages: 5 Size: 265 Kb 
Applications Development
tweet!  Designing Complex Systems Using SCL Data Objects
  Andrew A. Norton, Trilogy Consulting Corporation
Pages: 8 Size: 510 Kb 
tweet!  A Development Environment for Application Based on SAS Software
  SAS Consulting Services Staff, SAS Consulting Services
Pages: 4 Size: 311 Kb 
tweet!  Using the DB2 System Catalog to Generate SAS Programs
  John M. Morrill, Ohio State University Medical Center
Pages: 7 Size: 233 Kb 
tweet!  SAS: The Complete Solution for Medical Data Analysis
  Diane E. Brown, AdminaStar Solutions
Pages: 10 Size: 488 Kb 
tweet!  Use of Macros in Generating Statistical Comparisons for Bioequivalence Reports
  A. David Mundt, Harris Laboratories
Pages: 9 Size: 342 Kb 
tweet!  Mighty Macros Manage Many Monstrous Tracks
  Roger Konyndyk, Steelcase Inc.
Pages: 7 Size: 340 Kb 
tweet!  End User Report Generation On the IBM System RISC/6000 Integrating BASE SAS and UNIX Shell
  David Courtney, Southwestern Bell; Stephen Graph, Southwestern Bell
Pages: 10 Size: 431 Kb 
tweet!  A Set of SAS Macros for Producing Customized Reports
  Greg Grandits, University of Minnesota; Ken Svendsen, University of Minnesota
Pages: 6 Size: 243 Kb 
tweet!  A Use of External Files in Dynamic Code Generation
  Greg M. Woolridge, Abbott Labortories; Henry B. Winsor, Abbott Labortories
Pages: 5 Size: 297 Kb 
tweet!  Macros and Functions in C and SAS Software
  Lillian L. Randolph, American Medical Association
Pages: 4 Size: 188 Kb 
Basic Tutorials
tweet!  Five Easy Macros
  David Sommer, Optimal Systems
Pages: 5 Size: 276 Kb 
tweet!  Are Strings Tying You in Knots?
  Deb Cassidy, Computer Horizons Corporation
Pages: 10 Size: 465 Kb 
tweet!  How to Have Your Way with a Date Using SAS
  Allan M. Kominek, Centerior Energy
Pages: 7 Size: 339 Kb 
tweet!  Increasing Productivity Through the Use of the SAS Display Manager System
  Jim Anderson, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska
Pages: 7 Size: 371 Kb 
tweet!  Data Step Efficiency and Performance
  Jeffrey A. Polzin, SAS Institute Inc.
Pages: 7 Size: 512 Kb 
tweet!  Finding the Needle in the Haystack: Efficient Filtering of Large Data Sets
  Daniel R. Bretheim, William M. Mercer, Inc.; Ryan K. Carr, William M. Mercer, Inc.
Pages: 6 Size: 223 Kb 
tweet!  Letting SAS Find the Data Errors When You Have Multiple Observations and/or Multiple Datasets
  Deb Cassidy, Computer Horizons Corporation
Pages: 9 Size: 318 Kb 
Client Server
tweet!  First Impressions of SAS/Access Interface to ODBC, For Windows
  Jim Anderson, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska
Pages: 5 Size: 271 Kb 
tweet!  The SAS System: A Complete Client/Server Solution
  Cheryl Garner, SAS Institute Inc.; Stephanie Reinard, SAS Institute Inc.
Pages: 11 Size: 843 Kb 
tweet!  The SAS System as an Information Database
  Randy Betancourt, SAS Institute Inc.
Pages: 8 Size: 459 Kb 
tweet!  The Other Five Percent - Writing SAS Code for Multiple Operating Systems
  Ryan K. Carr, William M. Mercer, Inc.; Daniel R. Bretheim, William M. Mercer, Inc.
Pages: 6 Size: 325 Kb 
tweet!  Connecting SAS to the World Wide Web-Forms Across the Internet
  Larry Hoyle, University of Kansas
Pages: 7 Size: 389 Kb 
tweet!  New Features for Remote and Open Access to Enterprise Data: Enhanced Distributed Data Acces Through Multiple Engie Architecture
  Jack Wallace, SAS Institute Inc.; Mike Carney, SAS Institute Inc.
Pages: 10 Size: 641 Kb 
Consulting, Training and End User Support
tweet!  Facilitating Continuous Quality Improvement with SAS/ASSIST Software
  Priscilla Van Grevenhof, Mayo Clinic Foundation; Rita Black, Mayo Clinic Foundation; Jo Johnson, Mayo Clinic Foundation; Cynthia Libson, Mayo Clinic Foundation
Pages: 5 Size: 337 Kb 
tweet!  Don't Be Roadkill on the Superhighway: Using the Internet to Support SAS
  Nancy J. Hill, Central Missouri State University
Pages: 8 Size: 377 Kb 
tweet!  Using the Internet for Your Traning Needs
  Nancy J. Hill, Central Missouri State University
Pages: 7 Size: 343 Kb 
Database Design and Access
tweet!  In the SAS System a Database Management System?
  William D. Clifford, SAS Institute Inc.
Pages: 6 Size: 279 Kb 
tweet!  Access Control Mechanism in Behaviorally Object-Oriented Databases
  Cristian Radu, Katholieke Unversiteit Leuven; Mark Vandenwauver, Katholieke Unversiteit Leuven; Rene Govaerts, Katholieke Unversiteit Leuven; Joos Vanderwalle, Katholieke Unversiteit Leuven
Pages: 10 Size: 473 Kb 
tweet!  SAS vs. DB2 as a Relational DBMS for End Users: Three Corporations with Three Different Solutions
  Stephen C. Scott, Scott Consulting Services, Inc.
Pages: 10 Size: 356 Kb 
Statistics and Data Visualization
tweet!  Transforming Data in SAS: Restructuring Data Sets, Creating Look-Up Tables, and Forming Person-Year Recores for Event History Analysis in SAS
  Lawrence C. Marsh, University of Nortre Dame; Karin L. Wells, University of Nortre Dame
Pages: 7 Size: 280 Kb 
tweet!  SAS Randomization Techniques for Clinical Trials
  Linda Quinn, Case Western Reserve University
Pages: 6 Size: 278 Kb 
tweet!  Alternative Approaches to Mixed Linear Models
  George W. Pasdirtz, Hazleton Laboratories
Pages: 6 Size: 320 Kb 
tweet!  Black and White is How It Should Be - But Shades of Grey Are the Colors I See
  Kathy Shelley, Iowa State University
Pages: 6 Size: 306 Kb 
tweet!  Using SAS Software to Design and Evaluate Military Standards Sampling Plans
  Dennis King, STATKING Consulting Inc.
Pages: 7 Size: 255 Kb 
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