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2011 Contributed Papers

Below is the list of contributed papers which will be presented at the 2011 SCSUG Educational Forum. The entire paper will be available shortly after the Forum in November.

Author Title
Pardha Repalli Prediction of Diabetes
Cecil Hallum SAS-Implementations Supporting Satellite, Aircraft, and Drone-based Remote Sensing Endeavors and Their Influences in the Classroom
Manoj Immadi Kass adjustments in decision trees on Binary vs. continuous
Chris Schacherer The FILENAME Statement: Interacting with the World Outside of SAS®
Chris Schacherer Take a Fresh Look at SAS® Enterprise Guide®: From point-and-click ad hocs to robust enterprise solutions
Jose F Garcia-Mazcorro Statistical comparison of relative proportions of bacterial genetic sequences
Julie VanBuskirk Traffic Lighting: The Next Generation
Dan Strickland Using a Free Microsoft tool to help manage your EBI SAS server
Art Carpenter The MEANS/SUMMARY Procedure: Doing More
Zubair Shaik Exploring trends in topics via Text Mining SUGI/Global Forum proceedings abstracts
Art Carpenter PROC TABULATE: Getting Started
Art Carpenter Protecting Macros and Macro Variables: It Is All About Control
Patricia Hettinger You Can’t Get There From Here If You Don’t Know Where Here Is. Improving the SAS Enterprise Guide Data Characterization Task
Patricia Hettinger At Random – Sampling with PROC SURVEYSELECT
Patricia Hettinger The Way of the Semicolon or Three Things I Wish I Had Known Before I Ever Keyed One
Yogen Shah Use of Decision, Cut-off and SAS code node in SAS Enterprise Miner while scoring to adjust prior probabilities and prediction cutoff for separate sampling
Huanying Qin A SAS Macro Tool for Selecting Differentially Expressed Genes in Microarray Data
Andrew Kuligowski Looking Beneath the Surface of Sorting
Jeremy Poling Can’t Decide Whether to Use a DATA Step or PROC SQL? You Can Have It Both Ways with the SQL Function!
Alejandro Farias SAS® Information Studio – Map Your Way Through the Data
Jimmy DeFoor Reading and Processing Mystery Files
Josie Brunner When It's Not Random Chance: Creating Propensity Scores Using SAS EG
Stephanie Cano A Curriculum for Training Statisticians to Program
Jeanina Worden Type Less, Do More: Have SAS do the typing for you
Elisa Priest Intro to Longitudinal Data: A Grad Student “How-To”; Paper
Sadia Abdullah Using SASHELP to Validate Attributes
Jeremy Poling Finding Oracle® Table Metadata: When PROC CONTENTS Is Not Enough
Philamer Atienza Ethnicity and Race: When Your Output Isn’t What You Expected
Hemalkumar Mehta PROC SURVEYFREQ: Why Do a Three Way Table in SAS When We Want Two Way Table Information?
Hemalkumar Mehta Advice to Health Services Researchers: Be Cautious Using the “Where” Statement in SAS Programs for Nationally Representative Complex Survey Data
Yinle Zhou Incorporating DataFlux dfPower Studio 8.2 into a Graduate-Level Information Quality Tools Class
David Welch They’re Closing Down the Office in Kalamazoo and You’ve Been Tapped to Run Their In-house “Production” Reporting System, OH MY!
James Beaver Tracking and Reporting Account Referral Activity using Hash tables and SAS BI
Mary Rosenbloom Assigning a User-defined Macro to a Function Key
Mary Rosenbloom Best Practices – Clean House to Avoid Hangovers
Ravi Lingineni A Simulation Study for Power Analysis in a Longitudinal Study Using SAS
Mary Grace Crissey The easy way to include XML formatted data into your SAS reports
Aiming Yang Staying Relevant in the Ever-Changing Pharmaceutical Industry
Fujiang Wen Evaluation of Promotional Campaigns in the Utilities Industry Using a Transfer Function Time-Series Model
Georgeanna Curbo Mastering Non-Standard Data Sources with SAS: Using Patterns, Parsing, and Text to Handle Difficult Files
Brandon Vaughn Introduction to Multi-Level Modeling
Brandon Vaughn Tips & Tricks: Creation of Regional Maps via Enterprise Guide
Mekhala Acharya Annotate your SG Procedure Graphs
Kirk Paul Lafler Point-and-Click Programming Using SAS® Enterprise Guide®
Kirk Paul Lafler Basic SAS® PROCedures for Producing Quick Results
Kirk Paul Lafler You Could Be a SAS® Nerd If You . .
Kirk Paul Lafler How to Read Data into SAS® with the DATA Step
Charles Edwin Shipp Consulting: Career Path Considerations
Charles Edwin Shipp Benefits of sasCommunity.org for JMP® Coders
Charles Edwin Shipp Connect with SAS® Professionals Around the World with LinkedIn and sasCommunity.org
Alexandros Vidras Using Proc Logistic, SAS Macros and ODS Output to evaluate the consistency of independent variables during the development of logistic regression models.  An example from the retail banking industry
Sandra Minjoe CDISC ADaM Application: One-Record-Per-Subject Data That Doesn't Belong in ADSL
Huei-Ling Chen A Well Designed Process and QC Tool for Integrated Summary of Safety Reports
Joe Celko Quick intro to SQL
Piyanka Jain Putting Analytics into Business Contect: The Analytics Value Chain
Kirk Paul Lafler What’s Hot, What’s Not – Skills for SAS® Professionals
Charles Edwin Shipp Win With SAS®, JMP®, and Special Interest User Groups
Kirk Paul Lafler Consulting: Critical Success Factors
Kirk Paul Lafler Top Ten SAS® Sites for Programmers: A Review
Kirk Paul Lafler An Introduction to SAS® Hash Programming Techniques
Anna Vincent "Let's Get SAS To Do It!"
Ryan Sides An Introductory Look at the Situational Context Inherent in the RBI Using Two Modeling Approaches
Michael Patrick Welch Peeking into Windows to improve your SAS Performance

 

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