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November 2017 Updates

  • 29 Oct 2017 6:48 AM
    Message # 5431564
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Feedback on the recent SAS Savvy training on Beyond Proc SQL: Dataset Vitals.

    'Hi Sunil, Thank you for the interesting webinar. Could you kindly send me the 3 macros you showed during the presentation? Thanks', Anbu Damodaran

    'Hi Sunil, It's very nice to come in contact to you through this webinar meeting and I would like to request you to share me the today's macros class documents to my mail.  Thank you.  Best regards', Madhu


  • 31 Oct 2017 10:01 AM
    Reply # 5468945 on 5431564
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On the Clinical Data Management page, I added links to these great data cleaning papers:

    a. Data Cleaning 101: An Analyst’s Perspective, Anca Tilea, Deanna Chyn

    b. Getting to the Point: Data Scrubbing and Cleaning 101, Sean Bair

    c. CLEAN UP YOUR ACT: DATA CLEANING WITH SAS, Mel Widawski

    d. Standardizing Data Cuts, Mercidita Navarro [Presentation]


    Last modified: 31 Oct 2017 3:35 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
  • 05 Nov 2017 11:17 AM
    Reply # 5549613 on 5431564
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    I am honored to serve as an Advisory Committee Member of SUGCDISC.

  • 11 Nov 2017 6:24 AM
    Reply # 5581342 on 5431564
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On the CDISC page, I added links to these date/time variable papers using IS8601 informats:

    1. How to Create Variables Related to Age, Joyce Gui and Shaoan Yu

    2. An Approach for Deriving a Timing Variable in SDTM Standards, Shaoan Yu and Joyce Gui

    3. ISO 8601 – An International Standard for Date and Time Formats, Shi-Tao Yeh

  • 23 Nov 2017 9:12 AM
    Reply # 5599582 on 5431564
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On the SAS on the PC page, I added several SAS papers to apply the X command for DOS operations.

    On the SAS Access to External Files page, I added several SAS papers to use the collection of Data Step functions such as DOPEN.

  • 25 Nov 2017 7:35 AM
    Reply # 5600712 on 5431564
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On the Proc FREQ page, I added this SAS paper - One Frequency Macro for All Frequency Tables, Sam Mao, Jim Edgington.

    On the Clinical Reporting page, I added links to these SAS papers: 

    a. Easy Button: A process for generating standardized safety and non-safety related Clinical Trial Reports

    b.  %disposition_plot: A Macro Application for Clinical Study Disposition Analysis

    c. Reading and Writing RTF Documents as Data: Automatic Completion of CONSORT Flow Diagrams



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