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SAS® Savvy classes and products include live training sessions, SAS® e-guides and accessing best practices SAS® programming content.

In 2013, I introduced my five new SAS e-Guides.  Hope you can join us with your challenging questions.  Any time after the training sessions, feel free to e-mail me your technical questions for a prompt resolution. Schedule is subject to change.

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Upcoming events

    • 25 Mar 2021
    • 11:00 AM (PDT)
    • webinar
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    What makes a good program index file?

    In general, you need a file, such as an excel file, to include a complete list of all tables, lists and graphs to create and qc on a project.  SAS programmers on the team need to be assigned to source or qc for each table, list or graph.  The status of DEV or PROD needs to be updated as progress is made.  Finally, key metadata such as titles and footnotes can be extracted from the program index file instead of being hard-coded in programs.  This gives greater flexibility to make cosmetic updates outside of the SAS program.  This webinar will review the features of good program index and how you can create and maintain one.

    SAS Savvy Premium Members attend for free but still need to register. Non-members pay $65. It's not too late to upgrade today to attend for free.   

    Computer and phone connections are required. Webinar will be recorded for on-demand viewing.


    • 29 Apr 2021
    • 11:00 AM (PDT)
    • Webinar
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    What are the workflow in ADaMs and the process of flag derivations?

    As we know, ADaMs represent analysis datasets and are created from SDTMs which represent standardized raw data.  But did you know that there is a best practice method for creating ADaMs?  While ADaM specs are similar structure to SDTM specs, there are key differences in ADaM specs and process to create ADaMs. This webinar will review creating ASL and other key ADaMs.

    SAS Savvy Premium members attend for free but still need to register. Non-members pay $65. It's not too late to upgrade today to attend for free.   

    Computer and phone connections are required. Webinar will be recorded for on-demand viewing.

    • 20 May 2021
    • 11:00 AM (PDT)
    • Webinar
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    What are some of the biggest challenges in SDTMs?

    Since SDTMs need to created for all raw data collected, there is great effort to confirm no raw data is left behind.  This means an inventory of raw datasets need to be taken and then tracked to SDTM variables.  The transformation of raw data values to standardized data values needs to be controlled and monitored.  The assignments of raw data to SDTM domains also needs to be applied. Throughout the process SDTM compliance checks should be performed to assure no CDISC rules are broken.  This webinar will explore these and other challenges to creating SDTMs.

    SAS Savvy Premium members attend for free but still need to register. Non-members  pay $65. It's not too late to upgrade today to attend for free.   

    Computer and phone connections are required. Webinar will be recorded for on-demand viewing.



    • 17 Jun 2021
    • 11:00 AM (PDT)
    • Webinar
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    Have you waited on the sidelines watching the growth of R programming in the pharma industry?  If so, then you are not alone.  I finally started learning R for true object oriented programming.  Are you now ready to start learning R programming?


    SAS Savvy Premium members attend for free but still need to register. Non-members  pay $65. It's not too late to upgrade today to attend for free.   

    Computer and phone connections are required. Webinar will be recorded for on-demand viewing.




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