Posts Tagged ‘ Cynthia Zender ’

What’s so great about SPANROWS?

What’s so great about SPANROWS?

A customer just recently posted this on our Facebook page: “Dear SAS: Thank you for SPANROWS!” That question inspired me to write a quick blog that is not going to refer to Herman Melville or James Joyce in regard to learning SAS! I will retur...
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Understand the Work

At the end of my first blog, I said I would explain more about those literature analyzing skills and what all that literature stuff has to do with SAS. I showed my “skills list” and discussed how learning to write a SAS program could be com...
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Literature and SAS: Or, How studying Melville has made me a better SAS user

I think this blog would be so much more literate, if I started it with a classic opening line, like “Call me Ishmael” or “riverrun, past Eve and Adams”. Those are the opening lines of Melville’s Moby-Dick and Joyce’s Finnegans Wake, re...
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