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Github for Clinical/Statistical Programmers

February 21, 2013
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Github for Clinical/Statistical Programmers

PhUSE-FDA Working Group 5 (Development of Standard Scripts for Analysis and Programming) just adopted Google Code as collaborative programming platform. Google Code is one of the most popular and respected open source software hosting sites in the world and it is definitely a good choice for PhUSE-FDA WG5. But after viewing one of WG5’s...
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Blog Statistics: 2012

January 2, 2013
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Blog Statistics: 2012

(This blog’s page view data from Google Analytics; 43 posts in total in 2012) Top 10 countries/territories and cities (traffic) Most of my readers come from US and I’m glad my Chinese fellows still fork me since I moved to US this year (today is my one year anniversary in US). To my surprising...
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Weekend Clips: Data Scientist Episode II

December 23, 2012
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Weekend Clips: Data Scientist Episode II

1. What is A Data Scientist Anyway? 2. You Just Can’t Be Replaced by Yourselves! 3. We are all Data Scientists!
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Is There Any Better Way? Publishing Process For CDISC Standards

July 19, 2012
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Is There Any Better Way? Publishing Process For CDISC Standards

  1. The Pain I read from Lex Jansen (@LexJansen) that CDISC SDTM v1.3 and SDTMIG v3.1.3 were newly released. It’s pretty nice since CDISC SDTM was supposed to be released semiannually in the new publishing cycle. We can see the team put great efforts on this new version, but frankly speaking, this delivery...
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US Post Beats Menu Cost

March 24, 2012
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US Post Beats Menu Cost

One of the interesting observations in my first few months in US: there is no price printed in the new mail stamps! It is interesting because as a former student of economics, I think US Post system did a nice attempt to beat the so called “menu cost” which should honor to Harvard economist...
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Fours Errors in SAS 9.2 Fisher’s Iris Data in SASHELP Library

September 3, 2011
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Fours Errors in SAS 9.2 Fisher’s Iris Data in SASHELP Library

In the previous post, I just mentioned that Fisher’s Iris Data is embedded officially in SASHELP library in SAS 9.2. Note that even in SAS 9.1.3, you can also find this data with several instances from some demos in user guide (just search "Iris" in "SAS Help and Documentation" accompany with you SAS product),...
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Who is Alfred?

August 31, 2011
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Tell me something about Alfred, male or female? age? height and weight? Oracle database (version 9 and below) had a well known default demo account SCOTT with a password, TIGER (and TIGER was the name of the real person Bruce Scott ’s cat, see) and in this account, there are some tables named DEPT,...
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I am a 20% SAS Nerd!

August 23, 2011
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Kirk Paul Lafler drafted a checking list for identifying a SAS nerd (or geek, in its positive ways) in one of his intriguing papers: You Could be a SAS® Nerd If . . . Here I’m glad to find that I am roughly a 20% SAS nerd (12 matched in all 57 lists): 8. You blog...
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