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April 2015 Updates

  • 01 Apr 2015 6:04 AM
    Message # 3278356
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    In the Clinical Data Management (CDM) section, I added a collection of SAS papers on Meddra.

  • 02 Apr 2015 1:38 PM
    Reply # 3280360 on 3278356
    Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Gold Hill likes SAS Savvy.

  • 06 Apr 2015 5:45 PM
    Reply # 3284589 on 3278356
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Congratulations to our SCASA student winners below.  SAS Savvy is happy to sponsor this event.

    - Timothy Manning, CSULB
    - Daniel Conn, UCLA
    - Milagros Kudo, UCR
    - Lizet Tirres, CSULB

  • 15 Apr 2015 7:13 PM
    Reply # 3302786 on 3278356
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    I just added to the ODS SAS Stat Graph section a 7 point checklist on how best to apply SAS graphs. 

    Do you know the answers to these common SAS Graph questions?  I just recently added them.  See if you can guess the answers. 

    1. What is a good SAS 9.2 graph procedure that has useful options to help prevent the need to customize graphs?

    2. In PROC GPLOT, what is the syntax to create scatter plots and group plots?

    3. For PLOT options, what do HAXIS and VAXIS stand for?

    4. What are the advantages of using the ANNO= option?

    5. What is the option on the AXIS statement to control the starting, ending and by value for scales? 

    6. What is the statement to add symbols to each line?

    7. In general, which of the following three SAS procedures has more options (PROC SGPANEL, PROC SGSCATTER or PROC SGPLOT)? 

  • 16 Apr 2015 1:24 PM
    Reply # 3304341 on 3278356
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Over 120 SAS users registered for today's SAS Savvy training session on SAS Graphs, the Final Frontier.  See this video link if you missed it.

  • 21 Apr 2015 8:54 AM
    Reply # 3310971 on 3278356
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    New quote - 

    Hi Sunil,

    I hope all is going well with you.  I happened upon your SAS Savvy site this evening, and was very impressed with the range of material you have, and the kinds of assistance you offer on many topics. Kit Howard, CDISC Instructor

  • 03 May 2015 6:00 AM
    Reply # 3325546 on 3278356
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Below are quotes from students in my recent Proc Tabulate class at SAS Global Forum.

    'I enjoyed the ‘A to Z analysis’ class at SGF on Sunday.', Thanks, Daniel Gottlieb, MS

    'I really enjoyed your talk on proc tabulate. Thank you for that!', Regards,

    Petter Otterdal

  • 06 May 2015 6:44 AM
    Reply # 3329649 on 3278356
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    New member quote - 

    Dear Sir,

    I'm big fan of your blogs and websites. Myself Anilkumar GV working as a Scientific officer in ICRISAT i undertake data analytics on agriculture and nutrition using SAS.I know some basics of SAS program i decided to go for corporate field based on SAS. Please advice me whether corporate industries will take research background persons? I'm in full confused position. 

    So i decided to thorough the SAS programming. Please give me the suggestion on which package is better for me in SAS so that i'll proceed to take an membership in that.

    Thank you in advance

    Regards, Anil Kumar

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