Editor's note: The following post is from Scott Leslie, PhD, Manager of Advanced Analytics for MedImpact Healthcare Systems, Inc. Scott will be one of the Code Doctors at SAS Global Forum 2017.
Learn more about Scott.
VISIT THE CODE CLINIC AT SASGF 2017
$0 copay, no deductible. No waiting rooms, no outdated magazines. What kind of doctor’s office is this? While we might not be able to help with that nasty cough, SAS Code Doctors are here to help – when it comes to your SAS code, that is.
Yes, the Code Doctors return to SAS Global Forum 2017! This year the Code Clinic will have over 20 SAS experts on-call to answer your questions on syntax, SAS Solutions, best practices and concepts across a broad range of SAS topics/applications, including Base SAS, macros, report writing, ODS, SQL, SAS Enterprise Guide, statistics, and more. It’s a fantastic opportunity to review code, ask questions, develop and brainstorm with peers who have decades of experience using SAS. Bring your code on paper, a flash drive, or a laptop. We’ll have 3-4 laptops with several versions of SAS software installed: 9.1.3 to 9.4 and EG 4.1 to 7.1. And if we can’t answer your coding question at the clinic, we can easily refer you to a specialist, namely the SAS R&D section of the Quad.
So, take advantage of this personalized learning experience in the Lower Quad area of the conference. Clinic office hours are:
- Monday 4/3, 10:00 am - 3:30 pm
- Tuesday 4/3, 9:30 am – 2:00 pm and 3:30 pm – 6:00 pm
Here’s the detailed schedule of our all-star code doctor lineup. If you haven’t heard of these names yet, you have now...
/*Just by reading this blog…*/.
About Scott Leslie
Scott Leslie, PhD, is Manager of Advanced Analytics for MedImpact Healthcare Systems, Inc. with over15 years of SAS® experience in the pharmacy benefits and medical management field. His SAS knowledge areas include SAS/STAT, Enterprise Guide, and Visual Analytics. Scott presents at local, regional and international SAS user group conferences as well at various clinical and scientific conferences. He is a former executive committee member of the Western Users of SAS Software (WUSS) and contributes to the San Diego SAS Users’ Group (SANDS).