New Forum: SAS and Assistive Technology

December 16, 2008
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We have launched a new discussion forum at support.sas.com/forums. This forum focuses on using SAS products with accessibility features or with assistive technologies. Lisa Pappas, accessibility analyst at SAS, says "We invite you to join the co...
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Learn Time Series Analysis: Free Materials for SAS Users

December 16, 2008
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0. A gentle Introduction to Time Series Analysis, may serve as fast learning materials: http://www.itl.nist.gov/div898/handbook/pmc/section4/pmc4.htm 1. An open source book(with data and code), A First Course on Time Series Analysis: examples with SAS, by Prof. Michael Falk, is available in: http://statistik.mathematik.uni-wuerzburg.de/timeseries/ 2. A SAS User book, Forecasting Examples for Business and Economics Using...
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Links of 2008-12-16: Financial Engineering, Ponzi Scheme, SAS PC Game

December 16, 2008
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The State of Financial Engineering Ponzi Scheme Returns: SEC Charges Bernard L. Madoff for Multi-Billion Dollar Ponzi Scheme WolfenSAS: A PC Game written by SAS Code
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SAS Business Analytics help get presents delivered

December 14, 2008
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No, not those guys. Santa! Watch this and see what I'm talking about. If you didn't get enough, read the backstory from the News and Observer interview with SAS' Bill Marriott.
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Delivers the Right Toys and Goodies to the Right Boys and Girls: Story of Santa and SAS

December 14, 2008
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How to know the boys and girls’ real demands around the world? and how to predict their demands in next Christmas? How to purchase toys and goodies with a balance of costs and profits? and how to deliver them more efficiently? There are lots of questions in the list of Santa, CEO of Santa’s Workshop. SAS’s...
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Haiku from SAS R&D staff

December 10, 2008
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First prompts are silent. Subsequent prompts loud and clear. Now all prompts are heard. Poem from R&D staff? Yes. Rhyming sonnets were shakespeare-like complex; they wrote Japanese haiku, showed as above. The SAS R&D staff should complete some paper work in defects system before changing a code. They use informal descriptive language(HAIKUUU!) in the early stage. Chris Hemedinger, a senior...
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SAS and Microsoft: Different Worlds

November 18, 2008
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SAS and Microsoft: Different Worlds

Well, first of all, sorry I haven't written recently. My time has been taken up by some great SAS work but it is under wraps for the time being.I was chatting with a SAS buddy of mine recently and I started to comment on the differences between the SAS...
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Treasures and Memories and Trash

November 17, 2008
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Treasures and memories and trash is what I found in my closet during a much needed cleaning. This was one of those deep cleans that only happens once every few years. I looked in every box, bag, and dark corner. You wouldn't believe the things ...
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SAS Global Forum registration is now open

November 13, 2008
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As you prepare your 2009 travel and education budgets, keep SAS Global Forum 2009 in mind. This conference is a great way to share and expand your existing SAS knowledge. The Gaylord National Resort in National Harbor will be over-run with SAS p...
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