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November 2015 Updates

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  • 03 Nov 2015 3:56 PM
    Message # 3614742
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    New CDISC class quote - 

    "We find the material and resource provided by SASSAVVY are well organized easy to understand and very resourceful. The pricing also very reasonable. Yours strong statistical background and CDISC experience made us to approach you . In addition, the fact that several other students have had a positive learning experience from taking your trainings.  You training material was customized to our needs, flexibility with training dates, links were provided to several other resources for further learning and knowledge, research and compilation of material in one place (i.e. sassavvy), and prompt turn-around-time for answering our questions"., Venkat Thota, Senior SAS Programmer, Syreon

  • 05 Nov 2015 7:55 AM
    Reply # 3618122 on 3614742
    Anonymous member (Administrator)
    On the DATA Step/Merge page, I added two papers showing examples of CALL MISSING to assign missing values to numeric, character variables or expressions.
  • 05 Nov 2015 9:17 AM
    Reply # 3618290 on 3614742
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    In the common FAQ, I added a method for automatically determining and storing the current program name.  I also added some SAS papers to the System Options page.

  • 09 Nov 2015 8:44 AM
    Reply # 3624962 on 3614742
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On the Proc FREQ page, I added two papers on using the NLEVELS option.  

    Do you know which option lists the row number in your report when using Proc SQL?  This was added to the common frequently asked question section.

  • 11 Nov 2015 8:31 AM
    Reply # 3628800 on 3614742
  • 13 Nov 2015 7:18 AM
    Reply # 3632034 on 3614742
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Do you know what the most common issues are when converting excel files to SAS datasets?  Check out the Microsoft Excel page.  Also, I added a common FAQ when getting an error using the LIBNAME statement to read excel files.

  • 17 Nov 2015 12:33 PM
    Reply # 3639258 on 3614742
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On the PROC FORMAT page, I added a SAS paper by Ron Cody for advanced techniques.  On the common FAQ page, I added a tip on how to create date variables from a numeric variable storing values such as 20150101.

  • 18 Nov 2015 7:31 AM
    Reply # 3641385 on 3614742
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    New member quote - 

    'While browsing internet, I came across SAS Savvy website. I got fascinated by the plethora of information provided and would like to join it as SAS Savvy Annual Premium member.', Divya Kapoor, Ph.D., SAS Certified Base Programmer

  • 18 Nov 2015 2:04 PM
    Reply # 3646458 on 3614742
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On the Excel page, I added a table to show advantages/disadvantages using PROC IMPORT vs CSV when converting Excel to SAS dataset.

  • 20 Nov 2015 5:55 AM
    Reply # 3651089 on 3614742
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    New member quote about CDISC Compare and Conquer Key SDTM and ADaM Variables training session.-

    'Yes, indeed I did. I thoroughly enjoyed the presentation and your insightful method of linking SDTMs to ADaMs. It reflects a huge amount of work on your part to assemble such a linkage but one which has been missing for some time. In Pharma and CROland, little time is allocated for such a thorough study and understanding. I look forward to your future trainings. With kind regards', Ray Staton

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