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Your Resume–Selling Yourself Using SAS

October 4, 2013
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Your Resume–Selling Yourself Using SAS

Here is another presentation to which I have contributed for the Western Users of SAS Software 2013 conference. Your Resume–Selling Yourself Using SAS I am honored to have served as a co-author with Rebecca Ottesen on this highly original paper.  This paper shows how to use your SAS skills to create a resume that...
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How to build a correlations matrix heat map with SAS

June 12, 2013
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How to build a correlations matrix heat map with SAS

If you've watched any of the demos for SAS Visual Analytics (or even tried it yourself!), you have probably seen this nifty exploration of multiple measures. It's a way to look at how multiple measures are correlated with one another, using a diagonal heat map chart. The "stronger" the color
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Highlights from SAS Global Forum 2013

May 16, 2013
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Highlights from SAS Global Forum 2013

I’ve already written about one highlight of SAS Global Forum 2013: the SAS Web Editor. Here are some more features that I think deserve mention. Please note that I make no claims about the comprehensiveness or completeness of this list. SAS 9.4 and Enterprise Guide 6.1 are scheduled for release in June and bring...
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Baseball’s loss is your gain: The ODS Graphics course is here!

February 28, 2013
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It’s been quite a while since my face has graced the SAS Training Post, so some of you may have been wondering: Did Mike retire?  Was he traded to another company for a blogger to be named later?   Did he leave to pursue his lifelong dream of play...
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Best of SAS: A Personal Nomination 2012

December 31, 2012
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Best of SAS: A Personal Nomination 2012

There SAS applications/procedures/features were not necessarily available since 2012. This year I paid special attention to them when began to use SAS 9.3. The following notes are  totally my personal endorsement purely based my own experience as a user: XML File Reading: SAS XML Mapper SAS XML Mapper itself is not an elegant tool...
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My SAS Books: Shopping List 2012

December 8, 2012
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My SAS Books: Shopping List 2012

Last year I threw away all my SAS books (to friends and colleagues in Beijing) before moving to US. You might agree that it’s not economically bound to transport such heavy books intercontinentally! Now I just start to build my SAS library one by one. I will most probably not buy more SAS books...
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The Little SAS Book Fifth Edition

November 19, 2012
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The Little SAS Book Fifth Edition

Five editions is a lot! If you had told me, back when we wrote the first edition, that some day we would write a fifth; I would have wondered how we could possibly find that much to say.  After all…it is supposed to be The Little SAS Book, isn’t it? But those clever folk...
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A sure-fire SAS Global Forum idea: yours for free

November 11, 2011
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You can still get a paper proposal in for SAS Global Forum 2012. All you need is an idea. And probably some data. And also, some techniques for analyzing that data. Oh, and some conclusions would be helpful as well. I know: you are a busy person! You might not
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