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Most Popular Classes: CDISC Mapping and SAS Base/Advanced Certification Exam Prep

SAS® Savvy classes and products include live training sessions, SAS® e-guides and accessing best practices SAS® programming content.

Each month, I host a live thirty-minute training and question and answer session, valued at $65 each, to review relevant topics in SAS® Programming, SAS® Base and Advanced Certification and the Life Science Research, Medical Devices and Pharmaceutical industries.  In 2013, I introduced my five new SAS e-Guides.  Hope you can join us with your challenging questions.  Any time after the training sessions, feel free to e-mail me your technical questions for a prompt resolution. Schedule is subject to change.

Web conference link and audio bridge line will be provided to SAS® Savvy members in advance.  Have a conflict to attend the live training session? No problem!  SAS® Savvy Premium members will have access to the recorded archive version of these training sessions.  Not a member? See Birds of a Feather for various membership levels to fit your growing needs.  See New to SAS Programming ExampleSAS Macro Programming Example, or Pharmaceutical SAS Programmer Example for examples of what you are missing.

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Upcoming events

    • 12 Dec 2019
    • 11:00 AM
    • webinar
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    Since data is constantly transferred from vendors with different schedules based on the type of data, organizations must be proactive to control the acceptance of each data transfer.  With each data transfer, organizations must be confident that all data received is correct by confirming full scope of all variables, attributes and records against the data transfer specifications.  Often, missing variables or data truncation can occur due to faulty coding or values being set to missing.

    The examples in this presentation are essential clinical data metadata for effective data transfers.  The dictionary datasets, TABLES and COLUMNS, contain much of this information and can easily be accessed.  Any metadata information outside of TABLES and COLUMNS data sets can be created as customized checks using SAS.     

    SAS Savvy Premium/University Members attend for free but still need to register. Non SAS Savvy Premium Members must pay $65. It's not too late to upgrade today to attend for free.   

    Computer and phone connections are required. Webinar will be recorded for on-demand viewing.

    This training webinar is sponsored by TalentMine.  



    • 22 Jan 2020
    • 11:00 AM
    • webinar
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    Do you need to review and confirm codelist values for several variables in SDTMs?  Codelists are list of unique values for key variables such as LBTESTCD.  Codelists need to be cross-referenced with control terms.  See CDISC page as reference.

    I will review SAS code to create a codelist lookup table.

    SAS Savvy Premium/University Members attend for free but still need to register. Non SAS Savvy Premium Members must pay $65. It's not too late to upgrade today to attend for free.   

    Computer and phone connections are required. Webinar will be recorded for on-demand viewing.


    • 20 Feb 2020
    • 11:00 AM
    • webinar
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    What do you know about Data Science and SAS?

    Seasonal SAS programmers know how to leverage SAS for data science applications by taking advantage of metadata and SAS macro programming. Accessing metadata of datasets or SAS programs in a folder, for example, can greatly help to automate and standardize processing of multiple files without taking manual efforts. Combined with SAS macro programming allows for more robust advanced programming techniques to handle messy data as well as unexpected changes in data input. In a dynamic environment, this helps to assure confidence in processing large number and amount of data to convert data into meaningful information and action items.  In this training session, I will show how you can be more productive with metadata.

    SAS Savvy Premium/University Members attend for free but still need to register. Non SAS Savvy Premium Members must pay $65. It's not too late to upgrade today to attend for free.   

    Computer and phone connections are required. Webinar will be recorded for on-demand viewing.

       



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