SAS Author’s Tip

12月 072013
 
This week’s SAS tip is from the fabulous Chris Hemedinger and his latest book Custom Tasks for SAS Enterprise Guide Using Microsoft .NET. Many of you are already familiar with Chris—whether you read his blog The SAS Dummy, hear him speak at conferences, or use his very helpful books. After [...]
11月 232013
 
This week's SAS tip is from Randy Collica and his book Customer Segmentation and Clustering Using SAS Enterprise Miner, Second Edition. Randy, a Senior Solutions Architect for SAS, is extremely knowledgeable. His current interests include clustering and ensemble models, knowledge and data engineering, missing data and imputation, and text mining techniques for [...]
11月 092013
 
This week's SAS tip is from Implementing CDISC Using SAS: An End-to-End Guide by Chris Holland and Jack Shostak. If you'd like to learn more about what CDISC offers, look no further. As SAS user Greg Nelson said, "Combined with useful advice and working examples, this treatise on CDISC implementation [...]
11月 022013
 
This week's SAS tip is from Renu Gehring and her brand new book SAS Business Intelligence for the Health Care Industry: Practical Applications. Renu is a SAS instructor, consultant, and analyst at CareOregon, Inc. After reading this week's free excerpt, visit Renu's author page for additional good information including book reviews and more. The [...]
10月 192013
 
This week's SAS tip is from Art Carpenter and his latest book Carpenter's Guide to Innovative SAS Techniques. A SAS user since 1977, Art is an integral and highly respected member of the user community. He's also the author of several outstanding SAS books--and you can explore them here. The following excerpt is from SAS [...]
10月 122013
 
This week's SAS tip is from Michael Tuchman and his innovative book PROC DOCUMENT by Example Using SAS. Michael's book fills an important gap. For instance, in her review of the book, SAS user and senior statistical analyst Wendi Wright said: "Currently, I believe PROC DOCUMENT is a highly underused procedure and after reading [...]
9月 282013
 
This week's SAS tip is from Barry de Ville and Padraic Neville's new book Decision Trees for Analytics Using SAS Enterprise Miner. Filled with a multitude of examples and figures, this comprehensive book has received strong early user reviews. I hope that you'll also find this week's excerpt helpful in your [...]
9月 142013
 
This week's SAS tip is from Frederick Pratter and his oft-referenced book Web Development with SAS by Example, Third Edition. In case you're counting, I've featured 5 previous excerpts from Frederick's fine book on this blog. There's so much good content to choose from in this big book. After taking a look at this week's [...]
8月 312013
 
This week's SAS tip is from Kevin D. Smith and his new book PROC TEMPLATE Made Easy: A Guide for SAS Users. Kevin is a software developer at SAS with extensive experience supporting PROC TEMPLATE and underlying ODS technologies. We're excited that Kevin decided to write his book and hope [...]
8月 232013
 
Call them tricks or call them nuggets of information. With a language as complex and versatile as SAS there are any number of small bits of knowledge that we accumulate and use – sometimes without even thinking about them.  Often we discover a gem of information, but what gems have we [...]