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SAS Conference Proceedings: Western Users of SAS Software 2009
September 1-3, 2009, San Jose, California, 123 papers
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Western Users of SAS Software 2009: Best Papers and honorable mentions

Don't Be Loopy: Re-Sampling and Simulation the SAS® Way
  David L. Cassell, Design Pathways (Best Contributed Paper in Analytics and Statistics)
An Automated Tool for Data Change Implementation
  Alexander Pakalniskis, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center ; Peixin Wang, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center ; Alein T. Chun, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center ; Nilesh Bajania, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (Best Contributed Paper in Applications Development)
Pros and Cons of X command vs SYSTASK command
  Irina Walsh, ClinOps, LLC (Best Contributed Paper in Coders' Corner)
SAS® on iPhone® BI Gone Mobile
  Sy Truong, Meta-Xceed, Inc. (Best Contributed Paper in Data Presentation and Business Intelligence)
Custom Outcomes Benchmarking Reports Using Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE), the Only Way to Go
  Rebecca Ottesen, City of Hope; Julie Kilburn, City of Hope; Ann Vanderplas, City of Hope; Anna ter Veer, City of Hope; Rizvan Mamet, City of Hope; Joyce Niland, City of Hope (Best Contributed Paper in Health Outcomes and Healthcare Research Methodologies)
Connect with SAS Professionals Around the World with LinkedIn and sasCommunity.org
  Kirk Paul Lafler, Software Intelligence Corporation; Charles E. Shipp, Shipp Consulting (Best Contributed Paper in Management, Careers and Professional Development)
A Beginner's Example of PROC MIXED for the Analysis of Letter Identification Using Reaction Time
  Sarah R. Greene, SRI International (Best Contributed Paper in Posters)

Analytics and Statistics
Applications Development
CDISC Methodologies for FDA Submissions
Coders' Corner
Data Presentation and Business Intelligence
Databases and Warehouses
Hands-On Workshops
Health Outcomes and Healthcare Research Methodologies
Management, Careers and Professional Development
Posters
SAS Essentials Workshops
Tutorials

Analytics and Statistics
tweet!  Application of Segmented Regression Analysis to the Kaiser Permanente Colorado Critical Drug Interaction Program
  Nikki Carroll, Kaiser Permanente
Pages: 8 Size: 69 Kb 
Best Contributed Paper
tweet!  Don't Be Loopy: Re-Sampling and Simulation the SAS® Way
  David L. Cassell, Design Pathways
Pages: 18 Size: 68 Kb 
tweet!  Getting Correct Results from PROC REG
  Nathaniel Derby, Statis Pro Data Analytics
Keywords: Descriptive statistics Statistical significance SAS
Pages: 14 Size: 172 Kb 
tweet!  Automating the Process of Scoring a Generalized Linear Model Fitted using PROC GENMOD
  Prakash Gurumurthy, ISO Innovative Analytics
Pages: 9 Size: 383 Kb 
tweet!  Using SAS for Nonparametric Statistics
  Gerry Hobbs, West Virginia University
Pages: 7 Size: 47 Kb 
tweet!  PROC NLP Approach for Optimal Exponential Smoothing
  Srihari Jaganathan, Cognizant Technology Solutions
Pages: 9 Size: 160 Kb 
tweet!  Developing Business Failure Prediction Models Using SAS® Software
  Oki Kim, Statistical Analytics LLC
Pages: 10 Size: 114 Kb 
tweet!  The SURVEYFREQ Procedure in SAS® 9.2: Avoiding FREQuent Mistakes When Analyzing Survey Data
  Kathryn Martin, California State Department of Public Health
Pages: 6 Size: 43 Kb 
tweet!  Using PROC LOGISTIC to Estimate Willingness to Pay for Fresh Produce
  Mikael Peterson, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Keywords: WUSS
Pages: 4 Size: 96 Kb 
tweet!  Modeling Spatial and Temporal Variations of Arsenic in Surface Water
  Anpalaki J. Ragavan, University of Nevada, Reno
Pages: 10 Size: 503 Kb 
Methods, Models, and More: New Analyses Available with SAS/STAT® 9.2
  Robert Rodriguez, SAS Institute
tweet!  Group Confidence Limit Plots Using PROC GPLOT and PROC SGPLOT
  Robert Rutledge, Sun Microsystems
Pages: 10 Size: 1208 Kb 
Choice Experiments for Market Research and Other Features in JMP® 8
  John Sall, SAS Institute
tweet!  Guidelines for Reliability, Confirmatory and Exploratory Factor Analysis
  Diana Suhr, University of Northern Colorado; Mary Shay, Cheery Creek School District, Greenwood Village, CO
Pages: 15 Size: 122 Kb 
tweet!  Capturing and Presenting PROC TTEST Results Using ODS and PROC REPORT
  Patrick Thornton, SRI International
Pages: 7 Size: 88 Kb 
tweet!  Optimal Model Selection By a Genetic Algorithm Using SAS®
  Jerry Tsai, Clintuition
Pages: 13 Size: 76 Kb 
Applications Development
tweet!  The Little Engine That Could: Using EXCEL LIBNAME Engine Options to Enhance Data Transfers between SAS® and Microsoft® Excel Files
  William E Benjamin, Jr., Owl Computer Consultancy, LLC
Pages: 10 Size: 873 Kb 
tweet!  ODS Statistical Graphics: How You SHOULD Be Developing Your SAS® Applications
  David Cassell, Design Pathways
Pages: 7 Size: 241 Kb 
tweet!  Best Practices in IO Configuration for your SAS9 Applications
  Margaret Crevar, SAS Institute
Pages: 11 Size: 86 Kb 
tweet!  Portable SAS: Language and Platform Considerations
  Robert A. Cruz, Info-Mation Systems
Pages: 21 Size: 334 Kb 
tweet!  Web-Based Integration of Data Collection and Reporting Based on SAS Foundation Technologies
  Beate Danielsen, Health Information Solutions; Eileen Walsh, Soora Wi, Kaiser Permanente
Pages: 10 Size: 1413 Kb 
tweet!  List Processing Routine CallXinc: Calling Parameterized Include Programs Using a Data Set as List of Parameters
  Ronald Fehd, Centers for Disease Control
Keywords: contents data review freq ifc list processing global macro variable mode nrstr parameter parameterized include program summary sysfunc transpose univariate
Pages: 20 Size: 119 Kb 
tweet!  Using the SmryEachVar Data Review Suite
  Ronald Fehd, Centers for Disease Control
Keywords: call execute global macro variables includes list processing module nrstr parameters routines source2 subroutines
Pages: 20 Size: 121 Kb 
tweet!  Getting from SAS® 9.1.3 to SAS® 9.2: Migration or Promotion
  Diane Hatcher, SAS Institute
Pages: 12 Size: 338 Kb 
tweet!  ODS Graphics Designer: Your Tool of Choice for Interactive, Batchable Graphics
  Sanjay Matange, SAS Institute
Pages: 24 Size: 1108 Kb 
tweet!  Proc Format, a Speedy Alternative to Sort/Merge
  Jenine Milum, Wachovia
Pages: 5 Size: 67 Kb 
tweet!  The Power to Show: Ad Hoc Reporting, Custom Invoices, and Form Letters
  Dan O'Connor, SAS Institute
Pages: 58 Size: 913 Kb 
Best Contributed Paper
tweet!  An Automated Tool for Data Change Implementation
  Alexander Pakalniskis, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center ; Peixin Wang, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center ; Alein T. Chun, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center ; Nilesh Bajania, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Pages: 6 Size: 53 Kb 
tweet!  Improving Efficiency of Excel Summary Production with SAS® Data Steps Prior to PROC DBLOAD Export
  Keiko I. Powers, J. D. Power and Associates
Pages: 10 Size: 38 Kb 
tweet!  Implementation of an Inventory Routing System Using the SAS Suite of Products
  Dominique M. Richard, self-employed; Joel Adler, University Informatics Associates, Inc.
Pages: 7 Size: 150 Kb 
tweet!  Fast Solution for Identifying and Quantifying Gaps in Messy Time Segments
  Lorne M. Salter, Salter Data Consultants
Pages: 7 Size: 348 Kb 
tweet!  Relentless Testing with SAS®
  Lorne M. Salter, Salter Data Consultants
Pages: 9 Size: 133 Kb 
tweet!  Introduction to XML Spreadsheets for SAS® Programmers, Parts I & II
  James Van Campen, SRI International
Pages: 9 Size: 50 Kb 
CDISC Methodologies for FDA Submissions
tweet!  BRIDGing CDASH to SAS: How Harmonizing Clinical Trial and Healthcare Standards May Impact SAS Users
  Clinton Brownley, independent statistical consultant
Pages: 6 Size: 180 Kb 
tweet!  The Second CDISC Pilot Project: A Metastandard for Integrating Databases
  Gregory Steffens, Eli Lilly & Co.; Ian Fleming, Genentech, Inc.
Pages: 5 Size: 70 Kb 
tweet!  CDISC Implementation on a Rheumatoid Arthritis Project Partnership
  Patricia Gerend, Genentech, Inc.; Chris Price, Roche Products Limited; Olivier LeConte, Roche Products Limited; Michelle Zhang, Genentech, Inc.
Pages: 9 Size: 87 Kb 
tweet!  How a SAS/IntrNet tool was created at the FDA for the detection of potential drug-induced liver injury using data with CDISC standard
  Ted Guo, FDA; John Senior, FDA; Kate Gelperin, FDA
Pages: 17 Size: 481 Kb 
tweet!  CDISC for the Medical Device and Diagnostic Industry: An Update
  Carey Smoak, Roche Molecular Systems, Inc.
Keywords: CDISC SDTM CDASH Devices Diagnostics
Pages: 3 Size: 54 Kb 
tweet!  The CDISC Study Data Tabulation Model (SDTM): History, Perspective, and Basics
  Fred Wood, Octagon Research Solutions, Inc.
Keywords: SAS Drug Development Report Management User Interface Application Development Regulatory Compliance Web-enabled
Pages: 9 Size: 146 Kb 
Coders' Corner
tweet!  Age is Just a Number: Accurately Calculating Integer and Continuous Age
  Sara Adams, Icon Clinical Research; Chris Colby, Icon Clinical Research
Pages: 8 Size: 64 Kb 
tweet!  Wonderful Unix SAS Scripts: SAS Quickies for Dummies
  Raoul Bernal, Amgen Inc.
Pages: 9 Size: 62 Kb 
tweet!  Pointer/Indirect LIBNAMEs: a Platform-independent Method to Manage Access to & Contention for SAS Format Catalogs
  Thomas Billings, Kaiser Permanente
Pages: 9 Size: 86 Kb 
tweet!  Using Functions SYSFUNC and IFC to Conditionally Execute Statements in Open Code
  Ronald Fehd, Centers for Disease Control
Keywords: assertions function ifc nrstr parameterized include program sysfunc
Pages: 11 Size: 97 Kb 
tweet!  SYMply PUT: GET the Most Out of SYMPUT and SYMGETN
  Robert Howard, Veridical Solutions
Pages: 4 Size: 61 Kb 
tweet!  SAS and SQL "Join" Forces to Perform a Many-to-Many Merge
  Ginny Lai, ICON Clinical Research ; Eric Elkin, ICON Clinical Research
Pages: 6 Size: 66 Kb 
tweet!  The Next Step with Macros - Double Ampersand Macros &&helpme&i..
  Jennifer R. Rosson, Unicon
Pages: 5 Size: 114 Kb 
tweet!  Selecting a Stratified Sample with PROC SURVEYSELECT
  Diana Suhr, University of Northern Colorado
Pages: 6 Size: 32 Kb 
tweet!  Efficiently Handle Lists of Items using the SAS Macro Language-- Save Time and Reduce Errors
  Jerry Tsai, Clintuition
Pages: 8 Size: 57 Kb 
tweet!  Cleaning Duplicate Observations on a Chessboard of Missing Values
  Mayrita Vitvitska, ClinOps, LLC
Pages: 6 Size: 64 Kb 
Best Contributed Paper
tweet!  Pros and Cons of X command vs SYSTASK command
  Irina Walsh, ClinOps, LLC
Pages: 7 Size: 297 Kb 
tweet!  Playing Favorites: How to Manage Date Conflicts When Some Date Ranges are Preferred Over Others
  Eric Wong, Palo Alto Medical Foundation Research Institute
Pages: 11 Size: 91 Kb 
tweet!  Working with SAS on a Remote UNIX Server from a Local Windows
  Alex Zolot, Sun Microsystems Inc
Keywords: SAS Remote UNIX Server Windows Client SSH.
Pages: 6 Size: 343 Kb 
Data Presentation and Business Intelligence
tweet!  You Want ME to use Enterprise Guide??
  Vince DelGobbo, SAS Institute
Keywords: Enterprise Guide®
Pages: 1 Size: 46 Kb 
tweet!  Introduction to PROC GPLOT
  Jimmy Efird, Cincinnati Children's Hospital
Pages: 3 Size: 45 Kb 
tweet!  ODS Packages: Putting Some Zip in Your ODS Output
  Eric Gebhart, SAS Institute
Pages: 10 Size: 105 Kb 
tweet!  Inline Formatting with ODS Markup
  Eric Gebhart, SAS Institute
Pages: 13 Size: 409 Kb 
tweet!  Dashboard Reports for Predictive Model Management
  Diane Hatcher, SAS Institute
Pages: 11 Size: 249 Kb 
tweet!  An Example of Using Different Methods to Create Excel Outputs from SAS®
  Julie A. Kilburn, City of Hope; Rizvan Mamet, City of Hope; Anna ter Veer, City of Hope; Ann Vanderplas, City of Hope; Rebecca Ottesen, City of Hope; Joyce Niland, City of Hope
Pages: 9 Size: 166 Kb 
tweet!  Revolutionary BI: A Vision for Business Intelligence
  Charles Kincaid, COMSYS
Pages: 6 Size: 79 Kb 
tweet!  Effective Graphics Using SAS/GRAPH® SG Procedures
  Sanjay Matange, SAS Institute
Pages: 13 Size: 415 Kb 
tweet!  Introduction to the Graph Template Language
  Sanjay Matange, SAS Institute
Pages: 18 Size: 939 Kb 
tweet!  Repo Your Missing Data Using PROC REPORT
  Ethan Miller, SRI International
Pages: 5 Size: 44 Kb 
Creating a Report in the SAS® Information Delivery Portal using SAS® Information Maps
  Jenine Milum, Wachovia
tweet!  Breaking New Ground with SAS® 9.2 ODS Layout Enhancements
  Dan O'Connor, SAS Institute
Pages: 30 Size: 1177 Kb 
tweet!  Daring Enterprise Guide Code Changes with a Safety Net
  Lorne M. Salter, Salter Data Consultants
Pages: 8 Size: 544 Kb 
tweet!  Using PROC REPORT to Cross-Tabulate Multiple Response Items
  Patrick Thornton, SRI International
Pages: 5 Size: 110 Kb 
Best Contributed Paper
tweet!  SAS® on iPhone® BI Gone Mobile
  Sy Truong, Meta-Xceed, Inc.
Keywords: iPhone Mobile Computing SAS Delivery
Pages: 10 Size: 776 Kb 
tweet!  CSSSTYLE: Stylish Output with ODS and SAS® 9.2
  Cynthia Zender, SAS Institute
Pages: 10 Size: 395 Kb 
tweet!  Have It Your Way: Rearrange and Replay Your Output with ODS DOCUMENT
  Cynthia Zender, SAS Institute
Pages: 22 Size: 1092 Kb 
Databases and Warehouses
tweet!  Exploring DICTIONARY Tables and SASHELP Views
  Kirk Lafler, Software Intelligence Corporation
Pages: 7 Size: 321 Kb 
tweet!  Simple but Effective SAS-based Automation Techniques to Combine SAS Data Libraries
  Joe Perry, Perry & Associates Consulting
Pages: 9 Size: 173 Kb 
Hands-On Workshops
tweet!  Advanced PROC REPORT: Getting Your Tables Connected Using Links II
  Art Carpenter, California Occidental Consultants
Pages: 21 Size: 145 Kb 
tweet!  ODS STATISTICAL GRAPHICS 101
  Wei Cheng, Isis Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Pages: 34 Size: 460 Kb 
tweet!  Solving Your Problems with SAS Enterprise Guide - SAS Without Programming
  AnnMaria De Mars, University of Southern California
Pages: 18 Size: 2642 Kb 
tweet!  More Tips and Tricks for Creating Multi-Sheet Microsoft Excel Workbooks the Easy Way with SAS®
  Vince DelGobbo, SAS Institute
Keywords: ODS Microsoft Excel XML ExcelXP tagset multi-sheet workbook
Pages: 20 Size: 417 Kb 
tweet!  Exploring Output Delivery System (ODS) Programming Techniques
  Kirk Lafler, Software Intelligence Corporation
Pages: 12 Size: 207 Kb 
tweet!  SAS® Macro Programming Tips and Techniques
  Kirk Lafler, Software Intelligence Corporation
Pages: 9 Size: 89 Kb 
tweet!  Getting Up to Speed with PROC REPORT
  Kimberly LeBouton, KJL Computing
Pages: 7 Size: 106 Kb 
tweet!  Using PROC SGPLOT for Quick High Quality Graphs
  Susan J. Slaughter, Avocet Solutions; Lora D. Delwiche, University of California, Davis
Pages: 19 Size: 582 Kb 
tweet!  SAS System and SAS Program Validation Techniques
  Sy Truong, Meta-Xceed, Inc.
Keywords: SAS Validation Program Validation Change Control Version Management Develoment Cycle
Pages: 13 Size: 590 Kb 
Health Outcomes and Healthcare Research Methodologies
tweet!  Trend Analyses of Health Indicator and Risky Health Behavior Variables in Nevada
  Moses Anabila, University of Nevada Center for Research Design and Analysis, CRDA; George Fernandez, University of Nevada Center for Research Design and Analysis, CRDA
Pages: 9 Size: 391 Kb 
tweet!  Strategic Business Intelligence and Analytics in Healthcare
  Bharat Chitnavis, Smith Hanley Consulting ; Gary Wood, Smith Hanley Consulting ; Shelley Muhs, Smith Hanley Consulting
Pages: 7 Size: 93 Kb 
tweet!  Computing Hazard Ratios and Confidence Intervals for a Two-Factor Cox Model with Interaction Terms
  Jing Wang, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center ; Marla Husnik, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Pages: 10 Size: 68 Kb 
tweet!  Using Recycled Predictions for Estimating Marginal Effects
  Zhongmin Li, UC Davis Health System ; Geeta Mahendra, UC Davis Health System
Pages: 9 Size: 421 Kb 
Best Contributed Paper
tweet!  Custom Outcomes Benchmarking Reports Using Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE), the Only Way to Go
  Rebecca Ottesen, City of Hope; Julie Kilburn, City of Hope; Ann Vanderplas, City of Hope; Anna ter Veer, City of Hope; Rizvan Mamet, City of Hope; Joyce Niland, City of Hope
Pages: 9 Size: 65 Kb 
tweet!  Evaluating the Change in Lung Function Over Time: Practicalities of Using ESTIMATE and CONTRAST Statements
  David Pasta, ICON Clinical Research
Pages: 13 Size: 159 Kb 
tweet!  Reporting Quality of Cancer Care for the National Comprehensive Cancer Network - A SAS Bridge to Excel
  Anna ter Veer, City of Hope; Rebecca Ottesen, City of Hope; Ann Vanderplas, City of Hope; Julie Kilburn, City of Hope; Dorothy Romanus, City of Hope; Joyce Niland, City of Hope
Pages: 10 Size: 106 Kb 
Management, Careers and Professional Development
tweet!  Beef Up Your Career: Job Survival Steps During This Economic Recession
  Raoul Bernal, Amgen Inc.
Pages: 4 Size: 35 Kb 
tweet!  How to Maintain Happy SAS® 9 Users
  Margaret Crevar, SAS Institute
Pages: 11 Size: 146 Kb 
tweet!  Avoiding Mouse Elbow
  Malachy J. Foley
Pages: 7 Size: 48 Kb 
Best Contributed Paper
tweet!  Connect with SAS Professionals Around the World with LinkedIn and sasCommunity.org
  Kirk Paul Lafler, Software Intelligence Corporation; Charles E. Shipp, Shipp Consulting
Pages: 11 Size: 909 Kb 
tweet!  Quality Outcomes and SAS: Structuring, Managing and Working in SAS-Based Programming Groups
  Joe Perry, Perry & Associates Consulting
Pages: 9 Size: 81 Kb 
tweet!  Managing Independent Consultants -- An Oxymoron?
  Dave Polus, COMSYS Information Technology Services, Inc
Pages: 3 Size: 36 Kb 
Posters
tweet!  Validating the Bland-Altman Method of Agreement
  Ryan Fernandez, UNLV , George Fernandez, UN Reno
Pages: 17 Size: 678 Kb 
Best Contributed Paper
tweet!  A Beginner's Example of PROC MIXED for the Analysis of Letter Identification Using Reaction Time
  Sarah R. Greene, SRI International
Pages: 4 Size: 24 Kb 
tweet!  Using SAS® PROC TRAJ to Improve Estimates of Assortative Mating for Problem Behavior
  Kelly Knight, University of Colorado at Boulder
Pages: 5 Size: 44 Kb 
tweet!  The Evolution of a SAS/GRAPH® Application
  Jenine Milum, Wachovia
Pages: 6 Size: 106 Kb 
tweet!  Using SAS to Enhance Interviewer Productivity at the University-based Center for Research Design and Analysis
  Martha Rodriguez-Salazar, University of Nevada Center for Research Design and Analysis, CRDA George Fernandez, University of Nevada Center for Research Design and Analysis, CRDA
Pages: 11 Size: 426 Kb 
tweet!  'Table 1' in Scientific Manuscripts; Using PROC REPORT
  Carter Sevick, DoD Center for Deployment Health Research
Pages: 19 Size: 320 Kb 
tweet!  Skinny to Fat: In Search of the 'Ideal' Dataset
  Jeanina Worden, ClinOps, LLC
Pages: 7 Size: 62 Kb 
tweet!  A Biometric Analysis of Twin Data Using PROC MIXED
  Mo Zheng, University of Southern California
Pages: 8 Size: 186 Kb 
SAS Essentials Workshops
tweet!  Five Ways to Create Macro Variables: A Short Introduction to the Macro Language
  Art Carpenter, California Occidental Consultants
Pages: 12 Size: 66 Kb 
tweet!  Roadmap to Documentation, Training, Technical Support, and support.sas.com
  Kathy Council, SAS Institute
Pages: 8 Size: 186 Kb 
tweet!  ERRORS, WARNINGS, and NOTES (Oh My): A Practical Guide to Debugging SAS® Programs
  Lora D. Delwiche, University of California, Davis; Susan J. Slaughter, Avocet Solutions
Pages: 15 Size: 309 Kb 
tweet!  A Little Stats Won't Hurt You
  Nathaniel Derby, Statis Pro Data Analytics
Keywords: Descriptive statistics Statistical significance SAS
Pages: 18 Size: 193 Kb 
tweet!  The Fundamentals of Data Step Programming I: The Essence of Data Step Programming and By-Group Processing
  Arthur X. Li, City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center
Pages: 20 Size: 562 Kb 
tweet!  The Fundamentals of DATA Step Programming II: Looping
  Arthur X. Li, City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center
Pages: 13 Size: 302 Kb 
tweet!  The Fundamentals of DATA Step Programming III: Array Processing
  Arthur X. Li, City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center
Pages: 10 Size: 248 Kb 
Tutorials
tweet!  Practical Uses of the DOW Loop
  Richard Read Allen, Peak Statistical Services
Pages: 8 Size: 122 Kb 
tweet!  Leave Your Bad Code Behind: 50 Ways to Make Your SAS® Code Execute More Efficiently
  William E Benjamin, Jr., Owl Computer Consultancy, LLC
Pages: 20 Size: 428 Kb 
tweet!  Advanced PROC REPORT: Getting Your Tables Connected Using Links I
  Art Carpenter, California Occidental Consultants
Pages: 11 Size: 79 Kb 
tweet!  Manual to Automatic: Changing Your Program's Transmission
  Art Carpenter, California Occidental Consultants
Pages: 21 Size: 145 Kb 
tweet!  The Basics of the PRX Functions
  David L. Cassell, Design Pathways
Pages: 18 Size: 64 Kb 
tweet!  An Introduction to SAS Character Functions
  Ron Cody, consultant
Pages: 17 Size: 62 Kb 
tweet!  Discriminant Analysis, a Powerful Classification Technique in Predictive Modeling
  George Fernandez, University of Nevada - Reno
Pages: 20 Size: 1655 Kb 
tweet!  No, It's Not Magic: De-mystifying the SAS Macro Facility
  Jay Jaffe, JaffCo
Pages: 15 Size: 7230 Kb 
tweet!  Base SAS® Tips, Tricks and Techniques
  Kirk Paul Lafler, Software Intelligence Corporation
Pages: 14 Size: 339 Kb 
tweet!  DATA Step versus PROC SQL Programming Techniques
  Kirk Paul Lafler, Software Intelligence Corporation
Pages: 15 Size: 246 Kb 
tweet!  Creating Macro Variables Using the %LET Statement or the SYMPUT Routine
  Arthur X. Li, City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center
Pages: 14 Size: 208 Kb 
tweet!  Efficient Statistical Programming? - These Small Steps Make the Difference
  Keiko I. Powers, J. D. Power and Associates
Pages: 16 Size: 76 Kb 
Creating Statistical Graphics with ODS in SAS® 9.2
  Robert Rodriguez, SAS Institute
tweet!  If I Only Had a Map: Getting From Here to There Common Approaches to Solving DATA Step Logic Issues
  Kim Wilson, SAS Institute
Pages: 17 Size: 103 Kb 
tweet!  Tiptoe through the Templates
  Cynthia Zender, SAS Institute
Pages: 27 Size: 782 Kb 
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