Past Presentations

November 30th, 2017:

Fun with SAS FILENAME Statement and Working with APIs at ReST in SAS® 9.4M5

November 21st, 2016:

Tips on External Data Wrangling and Data Sharing
– David Phillips, Enterprise Data Architect, Virginia Commonwealth University
How to handle dates with SAS
– Nat Wooding, J Sargeant Reynolds Community College

March 1st, 2016:

Using Validation Tables and Macros to Automate Traffic Lighting
– Dr. Khoi Dinh To, VCU
Quick Tips and Tricks in SAS Programming
– Dr. Khoi Dinh To, VCU
Three short topics: Import & Freq & Summary
– John Meyers, MCV/VCU*
I Do, I Do, I DoW! A look at SAS DO and DoW loops
– John Matro, MCV/VCU

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* For a zipped file containing the SAS code and tables from John Meyers presentation, send us an email at vasug.org at gmail.com.

March 28th, 2012:

Why the Bell Tolls 108 times? Stepping Through Time with SAS®
– Peter Eberhardt, Fernwood Consulting Group
The SAS® DATA Step: Where Your Input Matters
– Peter Eberhardt, Fernwood Consulting Group
Three short topics: Import & Freq & Summary
– John Meyers, MCV/VCU*
I Do, I Do, I DoW! A look at SAS DO and DoW loops
– John Matro, MCV/VCU

Click on the links above to download presentations
* For a zipped file containing the SAS code and tables from John Meyers presentation, send us an email at vasug.org at gmail.com.

November 7th, 2011:

Getting the Most from the SAS Format Facility
– Andrew Karp, Sierra Information Services
PROC MEANS: The Basics and Beyond
– Andrew Karp, Sierra Information Services
Using SAS to create Custom Graphics
– Barbara Okerson, HMC

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March 24th, 2011:

What’s New in JMP 9
– Aashish Majethia, SAS Institute
Data Mining using JMP Pro
– Aashish Majethia, SAS Institute
Robo-SAS Coding? Yes! We can auto-generate SAS codes from a SAS data set
– Robert Williams III, The New York Times Company
Note: Please contact us if you would like the SAS code and files for this presentation
Introduction to SAS Macros
– John Myers, Virginia Commonwealth University
Getting Back to Our Roots: The Recent Growth in Split-Plot Designs
– Brian Adams, Dominion Virginia Power

September 23rd, 2010:

Intro to ODS
– Scott Huntley, SAS Institute
ODS Inline Formatting
– Scott Huntley, SAS Institute
ODS and PDF Compatibility for SAS® 9.2
– Scott Huntley, SAS Institute
A Sample Paper for Improving Quality of Care for Chronic Disease in the Primary Care Setting: A Quality Improvement Program Using SAS® and Electronic Medical Record Data
– Andrew S. Baker, Community Care Network of Virginia
Distance Mapping with SAS®
– Barbara B. Okerson, PhD, HMC
Coder’s Corner: Comment/Uncomment Code Keyboard Shortcut: Use CTRL + / to comment selected code; Use Ctrl + Shift + / to uncomment selected code
– Nat Wooding, Gloriously Retired

June 26th, 2010:

Set, Match, Merge … Don’t You Love SAS®
– Peter Eberhardt, Fernwood Consulting Group Inc
The SAS® Hash Object: It’s Time to .find() Your Way Around
– Peter Eberhardt, Fernwood Consulting Group Inc
Automating Report Dates and Formats Using SAS®9 Software
– John Simeoni and Dikki Coy, Defense Logistics Agency Office of Operations Research and Resource Analysis (DORRA)
While You Were Sleeping … Automating SAS® Code
– Andrea Wainwright-Zimmerman, Capital One
Coder’s Corner: Hot Flash: SAS® 9.2 Hot Fixes Fast
– John Matro, Medical College of Virginia, VCU

March 24th, 2010:

SAS® Maps as Tools to Display and Clarify Healthcare Outcomes
– Barbara B. Okerson, PhD, HMC
SAS Certification made quick and easy
– Mehrubon Safaraliev, Dominion Virginia Power
SAS Code to Export and Create Pivot Tables
– Robert Williams, The New York Times Co
Powerpoint Presentation
Excel_PivotTable_SAS_Code
Excel_PivotTable_VB_Code

Coder’s Corner: Parsing a Delimited String– Barbara B. Okerson, PhD, HMC
Coder’s Corner: SAS Abbreviations – Brian Adams, Dominion Virginia Power
Coder’s Corner: Are We There Yet? – Nat Wooding, Dominion Virginia Power

October 14th, 2009:

SAS Tips and Tricks IV: More SAS/GRAPH Map Secrets (Example Files)– Jeff Phiilips, SAS Institute
Building the Better Macro: Best Practices for the Design of Reliable, Effective Tools – Frank DiIorio, CodeCrafters, Inc.
Animated Graphs using SAS/Graph – Jim Alessio
No More Downloading: Using SAS/ODS to create graphs and html documents for Z/OS systems – Pat Wingfield

June 17th, 2009:

SAS Visual Data Discovery using JMP – Jian Cao, SAS Institute
New Features in JMP 8 – Jian Cao, SAS Institute
Combining Text and Graphics with ODS Layout and ODS Region – Barbara Okerson
Linking SAS and Microsoft Products – Nat Wooding

March 9th, 2009:

Identifying Deceased Enrollees in Virginia Medicaid: How & Why – Cynthia Cors
Traffic-Lighting Your Reports the Easy Way with PROC REPORT and ODS – Andrew Karp
SAS Formats: Beyond the Basics – Andrew Karp
What’s New in SAS 9.2 – Joanne Einsman
Cool New Stuff in JMP 8 – Brian Adams

December 11th, 2008:

“Modernizing Your SAS Code, or How to Avoid Becoming a SAS Dinosaur”
by Warren Repole

October 15th, 2008:

Tips and Tricks to Make SAS Life Easier – Claudine Lougee
Crossing the Border: Steps to Writing SAS© Stored Processes – Peter Eberhardt
SASR Graphs in Small Multiples – Andrea Zimmerman
Using SAS® Graphics to Explore Behavioral Health Cost Risk – Barbara Okerson
Creating Practice Level Comparative Reports – Sarat Gurram

March 15th, 2008:

PRX Functions and Call Routines: There Is Hardly Anything Regular About Them – Ken Borowiak
Getting Started with Arrays and Do Loops – Carrie Mariner
Doing More with Arrays and Do Loops: When One Dimension Starts to Wear Thin – Carrie Mariner
Old But Not Obsolete – Barbara Okerson
SAS Resources: Places to Find Answers and Ideas – Nat Wooding

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