SAS Global Forum 2012, Orlando, Florida, April 22-25, 2012

Best Contributed Paper Awards
from SAS Global Forum 2012

 Applications Development  Posters
 Applied Business Intelligence  Programming: Beyond the Basics
 Coders' Corner  Programming: Foundations and Fundamentals
 Data Management  Reporting & Information Visualization
 Data Mining and Text Analytics  SAS® Enterprise Guide® - Implementation and Usage
 Operations Research  Social Media & Networking
 Pharma and Health Care Providers  Statistics and Data Analysis
 Planning and Support  Systems Architecture

(Due to the varying number of sessions, some sections have more than one "Best Paper".)



Applications Development

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 004-2012
Use the Full Power of SAS in Your Function-Style Macros,
Mike Rhoads

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Applied Business Intelligence

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 020-2012
Lost in Wonderland? Methodology for a Guided Drill-Through Analysis Out of the Rabbit Hole,
Stephen Overton

Honorable Mention


Paper: 031-2012
Using SAS® Enterprise BI and SAS® Enterprise MinerTM to Reduce Student Attrition,
Matt Bogard, Chris James, Tuesdi Helbig, Gina Huff

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Coders' Corner

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 428-2012
Proc Format, a Speedy Alternative to Sort / Sort / Merge,
Jenine Milum

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Data Management

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 123-2012
Trend Analysis: An Automated Data Quality Approach for Large Health Administrative Databases,
Mahmoud Azimaee

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Data Mining and Text Analytics

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 134-2012
Combine Datasets using Inexact Character Variables in SAS®,
Kulwant Rai

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Operations Research

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 162-2012
Using SAS® to Measure Airport Connectivity: An Application of Weighted Betweenness Centrality for the FAA National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (NPIAS),
Hector Rodriquez-Deniz

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Pharma and Health Care Providers

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 176-2012
A Standard SAS® Program for Corroborating OpenCDISC Error Messages,
John R. Gerlach, Ganesh Sankaran Thangavel

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Planning and Support

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 187-2012
Successfully On-Boarding SAS Analysts,
Aaron Augustine

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Posters

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 214-2012
Put a Little Zip in Your SAS® Program,
Louise S. Hadden, Christianna Williams



2nd Place

Paper: 217-2012
Wake Up Your Data with Graph'n'Go,
Christopher Battiston

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Programming: Beyond the Basics

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 233-2012
Seamless Reporting Automation through the Integration of JMP®, SAS®, and VBA,
Rachel Poulsen, Raghunathan Chakravarthy

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Programming: Foundations and Fundamentals

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 252-2012
Selecting All Observations When Any Observation Is of Interest,
Christopher J. Bost

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Reporting and Information Visualization

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 264-2012
Quick and Dirty Microsoft Excel Workbooks without Dynamic Data Exchange or the SAS® Output Delivery System,
Andrea Wainwright-Zimmerman

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SAS® Enterprise Guide® - Implementation and Usage

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 296-2012
Case Study: Implementing and Administering SAS® Enterprise Guide® across the Enterprise as a Solution for Data Access Security,
Linda Sullivan, Ulf Borjesson, Evangeline Collado, Maureen Murray

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Social Media & Networking

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 306-2012
Analyzing Sentiments in Tweets about Wal-Mart's Gender Discrimination Lawsuit Verdict Using SAS® Text Miner,
Hari Hara Sudhan Duraidhayalu, Satish Garla, Goutam Chakraborty

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Statistics and Data Analysis

Best Contributed Papers


Paper: 350-2012
Including the Salesperson Effect in Purchasing Behavior Models Using PROC GLIMMIX,
Philippe Baecke, Dirk Van den Poel


Paper: 329-2012
Dynamically Evolving Systems: Cluster Analysis Using Time,
David J. Corliss

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Systems Architecture

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 374-2012
Using Dynamic Views as a Supplement to SAS® Security to Enhance Multiple Levels of Access Requirements to Row-Level Data Upon SAS Server Startup,
Christopher Bresson, Marty Flis

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