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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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Werken Met SAS

June 4, 2013
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One thing that impressed me about SAS Global Forum 2013 was the number of international attendees–28 percent!  While SGF (and it’s predecessor SUGI) always claimed to be the worldwide SAS conference, only recently has this actually become true. One longtime international attendee is the SAS author, Erik Tilanus, who hails from the Netherlands.  Erik...
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Which Little SAS Book?

May 13, 2013
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One of the problems that Lora Delwiche and I face as authors of two books with similar titles (The Little SAS Book and The Little SAS Book for Enterprise Guide) and multiple editions (five of LSB and three of LSBEG) is explaining how the books are different. The two books are totally different–and complementary....
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The Little SAS Book Fifth Edition

November 19, 2012
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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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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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The Reviewer Is Always Right

June 1, 2011
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…about something …and it’s up to you to figure out what. At SGF I had the honor of participating in a panel discussion titled “So You Want to Be a SAS Press Author!”  The panel was organized by Nancy Brucken, moderated by Michael Raithel and included authors Art Carpenter, Cynthia Zender, and Mike Molter....
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Highlights of SGF 2011

May 12, 2011
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I’ve been so busy over the last month that I am just now getting a chance to sort through my notes from SAS Global Forum 2011.  Here are a few highlights I found: SAS OnDemand for Academics SAS OnDemand for Academics (the cloud computing version of SAS) will be free for academic research starting...
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