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October 2017 Updates

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  • 29 Sep 2017 3:06 PM
    Message # 5288048
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    From the WUSS conference, I added the following great papers to Proc Compare, SAS Functions and Proc SQL pages:

    1. Automated Validation of Complex Clinical Trials Made Easy, Richann Watson, Joshua Horstman

    2. Fifteen Functions to Supercharge Your SAS® Code, Joshua Horstman

    3. Merge with Caution: How to Avoid Common Problems when Combining SAS® Datasets, Joshua Horstman

    4. An Intro to PROC SQL: Simple & Complex Queries, Melissa Navarro


  • 30 Sep 2017 6:10 AM
    Reply # 5288604 on 5288048
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    From WUSS, I also added these great SAS papers:

    Five Ways to Flip-Flop Your Data, Joshua Horstman (Compare and Conquer)

    Quality Control of Clinical Data Listings with Proc Compare, Robert Bikwemu, Nicole Wallstedt (Proc Compare)

    Avoiding Sinkholes: Common Mistakes During ADaM Data Set, Implementation, Richann Watson, Karl Miller (CDISC)

    Job Upward Mobility: Getting Better When You’re Already Good, Molly Meade Hall (Technical Interview Preparation)

    Pattern of Adverse Events: The Use of Boxplot, Jui-Fu Huang (Clinical Data Reporting)

    A Method for Simultaneously Programming Mock and Computed Tables, Michael Williams (Clinical Data Reporting)

    PROC TABULATE Made Easy, Yunin Ludena, Elizabeth Guerrero (Proc Tabulate)


  • 01 Oct 2017 5:31 PM
    Reply # 5290144 on 5288048
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    on the common FAQ page in the Proc SQL section, I added this question with the link to the SAS blog answer - Is it possible to custom sorting with the Proc SQL Case Statement?

  • 02 Oct 2017 1:14 PM
    Reply # 5291369 on 5288048
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On the CDISC page, I added links to these great papers:

    1. Customer oriented CDISC implementation, Edelbert Arnold, Ulrike Plank
    2. Mapping the Company's Legacy Data Model to SDTM, Nicolas Dupuis, Anja Feuerbacher, Bruce Rogers
    3. Automating the Link between Metadata and Analysis Datasets, Misha Rittmann
    4. Going Against the Flow: Backmapping SDTM Data, Pantaleo Nacc
    5. ADaM Datasets - Standard and Submission Ready, Karin Fleischer Steffensen


  • 12 Oct 2017 5:33 AM
    Reply # 5310327 on 5288048
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On the common FAQ page, for SAS Enterprise Guide, I added a link to using autoexecs.  This is very important to continue using sas macros and global macros, etc.

  • 13 Oct 2017 11:17 AM
    Reply # 5312770 on 5288048
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On the SAS Enterprise Guide page, I added a link to this paper - New for SAS® 9.4: Including Text and Graphics in Your Microsoft Excel Workbooks, Part 2, Vincent DelGobbo.

    On the common FAQ page for Statistical Analysis section, I added a link to this paper - How to understand weight variables in statistical analyses blog.


  • 13 Oct 2017 11:29 AM
    Reply # 5312794 on 5288048
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On the SAS Enterprise Guide page, I added links to these great papers - 

    a. Improving Efficiency in SAS® Enterprise Guide®: Parallel Processing and Other Hidden Gems, Benjamin First, Steven First

    b. Transitioning from Batch and Interactive SAS® to SAS® Enterprise Guide, Brian Varney

    c. Improving Your Relationship with SAS® Enterprise Guide®,Jennifer Bjurstrom

    d. SAS® Programmer's Paradise: New Goodies in SAS® Enterprise Guide® 4.3, Audimar Bangi, Chris Hemedinger, Stephen Slocum


  • 14 Oct 2017 5:51 AM
    Reply # 5313658 on 5288048
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On the common FAQ page on the Macros section, I added a link to this blog - Modifying variable attributes in all datasets of a SAS library. 

  • 15 Oct 2017 8:12 AM
    Reply # 5315498 on 5288048
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On the common FAQ section for SAS Enterprise Guide, I added a link this blod - Ten SAS Enterprise Guide program editor tricks.

  • 15 Oct 2017 5:34 PM
    Reply # 5315889 on 5288048
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On the new SAS Programmer page, I added a link to this SAS paper - New to SAS® and New to Programming? What You Need to Do Before Typing Code, Stephanie Thompson.

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