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July 2016 Updates

  • 18 Jul 2016 5:00 PM
    Message # 4138897
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    New member quote - 

    I am glad to let you know that I have earned the SAS Certified Clinical Trials Programmer credential. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you from the core of my heart.

    SAS Savvy is a brilliant, uniquely designed, exceptional website in the field to learn with a great diversity of topics and related information. It has helped me in transforming from a SAS Base Certified Programmer to SAS Certified Clinical Trials Programmer. The website has been structured very well and systematically arranged right from beginner's level to advanced level. Thanks a lot for designing SAS Savvy, one-of-a-kind amazing website.

    Thanks a lot for giving me the opportunity to use SAS Savvy.

    Divya Kapoor


  • 19 Jul 2016 7:06 PM
    Reply # 4143647 on 4138897
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On the SAS Enterprise Guide page, I added several SAS papers and a webinar on  SAS Studio.

  • 21 Jul 2016 9:50 AM
    Reply # 4148884 on 4138897
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    New member quote -

    "SASSAVVY is simply the best resource out there for any SAS Programmer who wants to save time and energy in the search for SAS/CDISC information. Thanks for putting this amazing site together "
    Emeka Okibe, Certified SAS programmer

  • 23 Jul 2016 6:37 AM
    Reply # 4152155 on 4138897
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On the common FAQ page section for ODS Statistical Graphs, I added this new question - When creating patient profiles, what are options to consider?

    Last modified: 23 Jul 2016 6:38 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
  • 26 Jul 2016 11:40 AM
    Reply # 4156809 on 4138897
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On the common FAQ page for SAS macro programming, I added a tip to convert the contents of a file into a macro variable.

  • 29 Jul 2016 6:15 AM
    Reply # 4163018 on 4138897
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On the Data Step/Merge page, I added three SAS papers on dataset merging options.

  • 29 Jul 2016 11:16 AM
    Reply # 4163383 on 4138897
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On the Data Step/Merge page, I added pictures of append, interleave and merge to better explain how merging occurs.

  • 29 Jul 2016 12:19 PM
    Reply # 4163473 on 4138897
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    New member quote - 

    "I'm delighted by seeing the available resources for sas users.  I will look forward for using it and give my inputs for improvements / questions if needed.  Thanks for making this wonderful platform for learning clinical SAS for CDISC area and making it available for all sas users worldwide.  Regards", Jinit Mistry, SAS Programmer, Seattle Genetics


  • 29 Jul 2016 2:53 PM
    Reply # 4163592 on 4138897
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On the Statistical Analysis page, I added several papers on identifying outliers using various procedures such as PROC UNIVARIATE.


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