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WUSS 2017: The Papers

September 16, 2017
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WUSS 2017: The Papers

The Western Users of SAS Software 2017 conference is coming to Long Beach, CA, September 20-22.  I have been to a lot of SAS conferences, but WUSS is always my favorite because it is big enough for me to learn a lot, but small enough to be really friendly. If you come I hope...
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Choose Your SAS Interface

September 15, 2017
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Choose Your SAS Interface

A while back, I wrote about the proliferation of interfaces for writing SAS programs.  I am reposting that blog here (with a few changes) because a lot of SAS users still don’t understand that they have a choice. These days SAS programmers have more choices than ever before about how to run SAS.  They...
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Introducing The Little SAS Enterprise Guide Book

April 13, 2017
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Introducing The Little SAS Enterprise Guide Book

There is a new member of The Little SAS Book family: The Little SAS Enterprise Guide Book.  This book is for people who use SAS Enterprise Guide as their interface.  EG is a point-and-click interface for SAS, but it’s great for programmers too.  And this book includes a new chapter covering the wonderful features...
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What’s Your SAS Interface?

May 12, 2016
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What’s Your SAS Interface?

These days SAS programmers have more choices than ever before about how to run SAS.  They can use the old Display Manager interface, or SAS Enterprise Guide, or the new kid on the block: SAS Studio.  All of these are included with Base SAS. Once upon a time, the only choices were Display Manager...
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Free Resources for Learning SAS (and Other Tips from SAS Authors)

May 3, 2016
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Free Resources for Learning SAS (and Other Tips from SAS Authors)

In celebration of SAS Global Forum, the folks at SAS Press gathered tips from SAS Press authors.  Here is my contribution: This is the best time ever to learn SAS! When I first encountered SAS, there were only two ways that I could get help. I could either ask another graduate student who might...
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Missed SGF 2016? It’s not too late

April 22, 2016
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Missed SGF 2016? It’s not too late

  SAS Global Forum 2016 is over. Thousands of conference attendees are now back home.  Much of the conference was live-streamed, but if you missed it, that’s all right because many of the best sessions were recorded.  However, finding particular videos can be tricky.  So, here are my favorites.  Click the heading to link...
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A short history of The Little SAS Book

November 19, 2015
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A short history of The Little SAS Book

In celebration of SAS Press’ 25th anniversary, Lora Delwiche and I reminisced about what it was like writing the first edition of The Little SAS Book.  You can read about it on The SAS Learning Post.
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Who was the first SAS user to write a SAS book?

November 12, 2015
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Who was the first SAS user to write a SAS book?

SAS Press has been publishing books written by SAS users for 25 years.  That made me wonder: Who wrote the first such book?  The answer depends on how you phrase the question.  You can read about it on the SAS Learning Post.
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