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SAS Global Forum Proceedings / SUGI 22 1997

SAS Global Forum Proceedings cover - SUGI 22 1997

Paper 001-22: Susan Schwartz and Randy Lawton
    Using SAS Software to Catch White Collar Criminals: A Collusion Detection System

Paper 002-22: Carl R. Haske
    Application Development Templates in SAS/AF

Paper 004-22: Marty Brown
    FRAME IT: The Nuts & Bolts of RAD

Paper 005-22: Neil Davis
    Rapid Applications Development Using the SAS System

Paper 006-22: Ralph W. Leighton
    SAS Macros: A Gentle Introduction for the Fearful

Paper 007-22: Arthur K. Yao
    SAS Code Generator Based on Table-Driven Methodology in a Batch Environment

Paper 008-22: Monique Bryher
    How Symbolic Variables Can Reduce Code in a Graphics Environment

Paper 009-22: Monique Bryher
    Building a Simple SAS Macro to Generate SQL Instructions in Frequently Used DB2 Tables

Paper 010-22: Brad Chisholm
    Automated Testing of SAS System GUI Applications

Paper 011-22: David Franklin
    "You Want This New Application to Run on Our VAX, PC and SUN Computers???!!! "(Or Cross-Platform Application Development Using SAS Software)

Paper 012-22: Alex Gaber and Long Ngo
    Conversion Methods from Oracle to SAS Data Sets Using SAS/ACCESS Software, SAS Macro Language, and the Unix Shell Script

Paper 013-22: John Blodgett
    Combining Display Manager and Batch Mode Under UNIX

Paper 014-22: Derek Morgan and Michael Province
    Double Data Entry in FSEDIT Using Point-of-Entry Verification

Paper 015-22: Jeff Hamilton and Jennifer Lester
    Using SAS/AF as a Front End for Developing Report Program Skeletons

Paper 016-22: Mark Schneider
    Running Multiple SAS/AF Applications in a Single SAS System Session

Paper 017-22: Mark Bodt
    Using OOP Techniques to Make FRAME Applications More Intuitive and User Friendly

Paper 018-22: Peter C. C. Luan
    GUI to CRSP and COMPSTAT Data

Paper 019-22: Dana Rafiee
    Getting Started with SAS/EIS Software

Paper 020-22: Russell Newhouse
    Validation and SAS Programming: Benefits of Using the System Life Cycle Method

Paper 021-22: Cheryl Garner, Tony Dean, and Stephanie Reinard
    Implementing Distributed SAS Applications via Messaging

Paper 022-22: Charlie Bastnagel and Kevin Gates
    Using OOP to Enhance the SAS System: An Adhoc Reporting System Using SAS Software, 3D Graphics and Web Interfaces

Paper 023-22: LeRoy Bessler
    Color Smart: Design Applications for Effective Visual Communication

Paper 024-24: Michael Hartman
    Use of SAS/AF and the SAS/GRAPH Output Class Object to Develop Applications That Can Return Scatterplot Information

Paper 025-24: Harvey Monder
    Creating Forms Using the DATA Step Graphic Interface (DSGI)

Paper 026-24: Eric T. Sun
    Conjoining Images and SAS Graphics with DATA Step Graphics Interface (DSGI) Navigator

Paper 027-24: Steve Wong
    How to Use CD-ROM as a Simplified CANDA

Paper 028-24: Charles Patridge
    The Fuzzy Feeling SAS Software Provides to the Electronic Matching of Records without Common Keys

Paper 029-24: Don Stanley
    Cursor Tracking in SAS/AF FRAME Applications

Paper 031-24: Philippe Jalbert, Normand Létourneau, Dominic Roy, and Jean Hardy
    Translation Tables: Myth & Reality

Paper 032-24: Markku Suni
    Fuzzy Logic and SAS Software—Do They Work Together?

Paper 033-24: Cynthia L. Williamson and Suzanne D. Kreutzer
    Using Survey Data—Tips to Pick Up Speed on the Road to Analysis

Paper 034-24: Ian Whitlock
    A SAS Programmer's View of the SAS Supervisor

Paper 035-24: Sigurd Hermansen
    Ten Good Reasons to Learn SAS Software's SQL Procedure

Paper 036-24: John C. Boling
    SAS Data Views: A Virtual View of Data

Paper 038-24: Caroline Bahler
    It Takes at Least Two to Tango—A Data Set Joining Primer

Paper 039-24: Malachy J. Foley
    Advanced MATCH-MERGING: Techniques, Tricks, and Traps

Paper 040-24: Thomas Miron
    How to Use the SAS/AF FRAME OrgChart Object

Paper 041-24: Andrew A. Norton
    Object Interfaces

Paper 042-24: Diana Zhang Wobus and John C. Gober
    A Step-by-Step Illustration of Building a Data Analysis Tool with Macros

Paper 043-24: Lauren Haworth
    A Reports Based on SAS Output: Taking Advantage of PROC PRINTTO, DATA Steps and PROC GPRINT

Paper 044-24: Chris Yindra
    &&&, ;;, and Other Hieroglyphics—Advanced Macro Topics

Paper 045-24: Dan Bruns
    The Utter "Simplicity?" of the TABULATE Procedure—The Final Chapter

Paper 046-24: Jennifer Clegg and Carol Rigsbee
    OLE and the SAS System for Windows Release 6.12

Paper 048-24: Marge Scerbo and Alan Wilson
    PROC FSVIEW: A Real Programmer's Tool (Or A Real Programmer Doesn't Use PROC PRINT)

Paper 049-24: Michael Davis
    Putting Yourself on the Map with the GMAP Procedure

Paper 050-24: Kim L. Kolbe Ritzow
    Advanced Techniques for Reading Difficult and Unusual Flat Files

Paper 052-24: Gary Mehler
    Using the SAS System Release 6.12 on Windows

Paper 053-24: David Beam
    Handling the Year 2000 and Other Timely Issues

Paper 054-24: Andrew T. Kuligowski and Nancy Roberts
    From There to Here: Getting Your Data into the SAS System

Paper 055-24: Susan J. Kenny
    Building on the Default Line: Sturdy SAS/GRAPH Construction

Paper 056-24: Sally Muller and Arturo Barrios
    SAS/ASSIST Software for Beginners

Paper 057-24: Terry Fain and Cyndie Gareleck
    An Introduction to SAS/FSP Software

Paper 058-24: Sandra D. Schlotzhauer and Bob Anschuetz
    Learning about Your Data: Tips and Techniques for Looking at Large Files

Paper 059-24: J. Meimei Ma and Andrew Karp
    Efficiency Ideas for Large Files

Paper 063-24: Earl Westerlund
    An Introduction to the DATA Step Graphics Interface

Paper 064-24: Vincent L. Timbers
    An Introduction to Developing Applications with SAS/AF Software FRAME Entries

Paper 066-24: Ronald Cody
    Having a Ball with Strings

Paper 067-24: Thomas J. Winn, Jr.
    Introduction to Using PROC SQL

Paper 068-24: Susan J. Slaughter and Lora D. Delwiche
    Errors, Warnings, and Notes (Oh My): A Practical Guide to Debugging SAS Programs

Paper 069-24: Bruce Gilsen
    SAS Program Efficiency for Beginners Coders' Corner

Paper 070-24: Ian Whitlock
    CALL EXECUTE—How and Why

Paper 071-24: Mark Bodt
    Subclassing the FRAME Class to Incorporate Documentation Templates and Standard Widgets

Paper 072-24: Mike Rhoads
    Some Practical Ways to Use the New SAS Pattern-Matching Functions

Paper 073-24: Don Stanley
    Using FTP, Views, and PROC SUMMARY to Analyse Large Databases

Paper 074-24: Andrew J. L. Cary
    Generating Data with the SAS Data Set

Paper 077-24: Arthur L. Carpenter
    Resolving and Using &&VAR&I Macro Variables

Paper 078-24: Clark Roberts
    Building and Using Macro Variable Lists

Paper 079-24: Janet Stuelpner
    To Subset or Not to Subset

Paper 080-24: Ronald Fehd
    &ARRAY: Construction and Usage of Arrays of Macro Variables

Paper 082-24: Janet Stuelpner
    Skipping, The Easy Way

Paper 083-24: Robert Andresen
    Macro and Sample Source Code to Wrap Character Variable Text Conditionally on Two Lines Within Data Null-generated Report Column(s)

Paper 084-24: Irene Zhao
    Generic Methodology in Report Building by Using SAS Macros

Paper 085-24: John Cucka
    A Macro for Efficient and Flexible Data Smoothing

Paper 086-24: Bob Virgile
    Magic with CALL EXECUTE

Paper 087-24: Clark Roberts
    Techniques for Removing Columns from a SAS Data Set Based on the Contents of the Columns

Paper 088-24: Dana Rafiee
    NO MORE MERGE—Alternative Table Lookup Techniques

Paper 089-24: Janet Stuelpner and Elizabeth Kaptsanov
     All the Data That Fits, We Print

Paper 090-24: Alexa Parliyan
     Creating Hot-Keys for Data Entry in FSEDIT

Paper 091-24: Deb Cassidy
     Customizing Toolbars

Paper 092-24: Randall M. Nichols
     Using SAS Software to Compare Strings of VOLSERS in a JCL Job and a TSO CLIST

Paper 094-24: Sunil Kumar Gupta
     An Alternative Method of Transposing Data Without the TRANSPOSE Procedure

Paper 095-24: Ioannis C. Dimakos
     Power Transformations Using SAS/IML Software

Paper 096-24: Jenna Heyen
     “How Does Your Data Compare? ” SAS’s COMPARE Procedure

Paper 097-24: Ahsan Ullah
     A Grid Overlay to Make SAS/GRAPH Layout Easy

Paper 098-24: Steven E. Elkin
     Organizing Your SAS Graphs

Paper 112-24: Clive Cooper and Clare Somerville
     Using SAS with Oracle to Add a Replica of a Large Operational Database to a Data Warehouse

Paper 113-24: Michael A. Raithel
     Summarizing Impossibly Large SAS Data Sets for the Data Warehouse Server Using Horizontal Summarization

Paper 114-24: Robert J. Scharl and Paul M. Centric
     DW + DM = $avings

Paper 115-24: M. Kumar Sagar
     Loading SAS Data in Informix: An Integrated Approach

Paper 116-24: Tim Walters
     Incorporating External Data Into the Data Warehouse

Paper 117-24: Michael L. Davis
     Round Pegs Into Square Holes: Data Warehouses for the Hardware Impaired

Paper 118-24: Amy Turske McNee
     The Evolutionary Data Warehouse—An Object-Oriented Approach

Paper 120-24: Grace La Torra and Esther Steiner
     The Fast Food Approach to Data Warehouse Reporting: Using SAS/AF and FRAME to Build a Non-Technical User Interface

Paper 121-24: John Quarantillo and Judy Rayner
     Beyond Field Validation: Incorporating the Batch Edit Into the Total Data System

Paper 122-24: Carl R. Haske
     Using SAS/AF for Managing Clinical Data

Paper 123-24: Marc Daniels and Clark Roberts
     On Time and Under Budget: Guidelines for Success Using the SAS System with Traditional Structured Techniques

Paper 125-24: Kirk P. Lafler, Sunil K. Gupta, and Charles E. Shipp
     Survival Strategies and Solutions for the New Millennium—Year 2000

Paper 126-24: Martin P. Bourque
     The SAS Data Warehouse, a Real World Example

Paper 128-24: Mark Brown and John Brocklebank
     Data Mining

Paper 129-24: Gregory S. Barnes Nelson
     Implementing a Dimensional Data Warehouse with the SAS System

Paper 130-24: Terry Lewis
     SAS/Warehouse Administrator Usage and Enhancements

Paper 131-24: Peter R. Welbrock
     Structuring Your Data Warehousing Project: Moving from the Concept to the Reality

Paper 132-24: Tony Brown
     Data Warehouse Implementation with the SAS System

Paper 133-24: Guido Cuzzocrea, Alberto Saccardi, Giovanni Lux, Emilia Porta, and Arianna Benatti
     How Many Good Fishes Are There in Our Net? Neural Networks as a Data Analysis Tool in CDE-Mondadori's Data Warehouse

Paper 134-24: Dana Rafiee
     Introduction to SAS/ACCESS Software

Paper 135-24: Demetris Papaiacovou, Larry Bramblett, and June Burgess
     Data Warehouse: A Telecommunications Business Solution

Paper 137-24: Sy Truong
     Meta Data Designer—A Tool for Setting Up Meta Data for a Data Warehouse

Paper 138-24: Kim Foster
     Information Delivery—A Project Management Approach

Paper 139-24: Greg Rogers and Ellen Joyner
     Mining Your Data for Health Care Quality Improvement

Paper 140-24: Richard D. Langston and Chris Williams
     The Year 2000: Preparing for the Inevitable

Paper 141-24: Kim Foster
     Understanding Face Value—Giving Users What They Want...And Still Meeting Their Needs

Paper 142-24: Kimberly J. LeBouton
     The Realities of Downsizing: Moving a SAS Application from MVS to UNIX

Paper 143-24: Sally A. Goostrey
     Industry Directions and the Impact on SAS Programming

Paper 144-24: Rama Jampani
     A SAS Based Data Mining Approach to Find Database Solutions in the Banking Industry

Paper 145-24: John C. Boling
     Introduction to FRAME Entries in SAS/AF Software

Paper 146-24: Ray Pass
     PROC REPORT: An Introduction to the Batch Language

Paper 147-24: Jenny Aquino Kendall, Al M. Best, and Charles E. Shipp
     Introduction to JMP under Windows: Hands-On Workshop Outline

Paper 149-24: Kim Kolbe Ritzow
     Advanced Features of PROC REPORT Workshop

Paper 150-24: John C. Boling
     SAS Data View: A Virtual View of Data Sets

Paper 151-24: Linda P. Atkinson
     An Introduction to SAS/ASSIST Software

Paper 154-24: Jennifer Clegg and Carol Rigsbee
     OLE and the SAS System for Windows Release 6.12

Paper 156-24: Craig Dickstein and Marge Scerbo
     Reading and Writing Character Data

Paper 158-24: Larry Hoyle
     Interfacing the SAS System with the World Wide Web

Paper 159-24: Arthur L. Carpenter
     Want Quick Results?: An Introduction to SAS/GRAPH Software

Paper 162-24: Deb Cassidy
     Creating an EIS in Less Than 2 Hours

Paper 163-24: Steven A. Wilson
     Creating Your First Data Entry System Using PROC FSEDIT

Paper 164-24: Chris Yindra
     &&&, ;;, and Other Hieroglyphics—Advanced Macro Topics Information Visualization

Paper 165-24: Dave Jeffreys, Aaron Hill, and Lisa Weber
     Map in an App: The Power of GIS Software in SAS Applications

Paper 166-24: Dominic T. Moore
     The Art and Science of Biostatistical Display

Paper 167-24: Ronald Stogner and Aaron Hill
     SAS/SPECTRAVIEW Software and Data Mining: A Case Study

Paper 168-24: Keith J. Brown
     PROC GMAP: How I Learned to Tolerate (and Almost Love) Annotating

Paper 169-24: LeRoy Bessler
     Map Smart: Design and Build Effective InfoGeographics Using PROC GMAP and Software Intelligence

Paper 170-24: Michelle Gayari
     Creating Graphs Using Templates

Paper 171-24: LeRoy Bessler
     Chart Smart: Design Graphs to Inform and Influence

Paper 172-24: Lori D. Griffin
     Graphing: Taking the Mystery Out of Subscripts and Superscripts (The Why Not's and How To's Are Presented)

Paper 173-24: David Mintz, Terence Fitz-Simons, and Michelle Wayland
     Tracking Air Quality Trends with SAS/GRAPH

Paper 174-24: Michael A. Riddle
     Two Methods to Produce Mean Plots of Clinical Trials Data: Why Simplifying with Annotate is Not an Oxymoron

Paper 175-24: Bruce Chinn
     Effectively Displaying Statistical Results in a High Volume Drug Research Environment Using SAS/GRAPH

Paper 176-24: Steven E. Elkin, William Mietlowski, Kevin McCague, and Andrea Kay
     Creating Complex Graphics for Survival Analyses with the SAS System

Paper 177-24: William Gjertsen
     JMP Reveals the Truth: Statistics Can Be Fun!

Paper 178-24: Daniel J. Obermiller
     Multiple Response Optimization using JMP

Paper 179-24: Frederick Pratter
     Graphical Solutions for Market Intelligence Internet, Intranets, and The Web

Paper 182-24: Donald J. Henderson, Edmund Burnette, Vincent DelGobbo, and John Leveille
     The SAS/IntrNet Application Dispatcher

Paper 183-24: Barbara Walters
     Exploiting Java Technology with the SAS Software

Paper 184-24: Larry Hoyle
     Choosing a Method for Connecting Java to the SAS System Across the Internet—CGI, JDBC or Socket?

Paper 187-24: Jack Shoemaker
     Let's Not Forget E-Mail

Paper 188-24: Paul J. Ratnaraj
     Managing Large Financial Data with the SAS System and the WEB

Paper 190-24: Faith Reneé Sloan
     Developing a PC SAS World Wide Web Database System

Paper 191-24: Vecdet Mehmet-Ali
     Displaying Information from Mainframe SAS Libraries on Your Intranet

Paper 192-24: Ahsan Ullah
     Web Compatible SAS/GRAPH Output the Easy Way

Paper 193-24: JoAnn Matthews
     Creating a Homepage on the WWW for Your Local User Group—An Unlimited Resource for Local User Group Recruitment Strategies

Paper 194-24: John M. LaBore
     Empowering SAS Users through a Webpage on Your Intranet

Paper 196-24: Tischa A. Agnessi
     Using SAS/ACCESS Views to Retrieve DBMS Tables

Paper 198-24: Brenda M. Barber
     Overcoming Kainophobia: Replacing Complex Merges with PROC SQL

Paper 199-24: Deborah J. Blair and W. Lily Hadinoto
     Lending a Hand with SAS Software - An Application in the Banking Industry

Paper 200-24: Connie Bryant
     Automated Generation of a SAS Macro Cross-Reference Table

Paper 201-24: Ted Clay
     Puzzles in 2D and 3D Visualized with DSGI and Perspective Mapping

Paper 204-24: Ronald Fehd
     %SHOWCOMB; A Macro to Produce a Data Set with Frequency of Combinations of Responses from Multiple-Response Data

Paper 205-24: H. Amy Feng and Sue Nowlin
     From IBM/MVS to PC SAS for Windows, a SAS/AF Frame Entry Application

Paper 206-24: Hugh Geary
     A Macro Tool for Quickly Producing a Handy Documented Listing of SAS Data Sets for Use as a Reference While Writing Programs to Analyze the Same

Paper 208-24: Xinsheng Lin and Sheng Luo
     Automatic Generation of SAS/ACCESS Views from Oracle Tables

Paper 209-24: Sean W. Mulvenon, Antoinette Thorn, and Charles Aldrich
     Creation of an Educational Statistics Database at the University of Arkansas

Paper 210-24: Louise Hadden, Mike Murphy, and Alan J. White
     From 50,000,000 Claims to One Analytical File

Paper 211-24: Stephen M. Noga and Ding Yi Zhao
     Odds Ratios in a Tabular Presentation

Paper 212-24: Terry L. Pennington
     Using SAS Software to Compute Variances for Poisson Samples

Paper 213-24: Julie W. Pepe
     Demonstrating Systematic Sampling

Paper 215-24: Paul Pope
     Using the SAS System for Large Volume HTML Document Production

Paper 217-24: Jose G. Ramirez and Randall S. Collica
     An Experiment Analysis System for Fixed and Random Effects in OverDispersed Binomial Responses in Semiconductor Manufacturing

Paper 218-24: James Ryan
     Regional Theatre: Statistical Reflections on the Bottom Line

Paper 219-24: Andrew G. Stead and Karen G. MacDonald
     Constructing ROC Curves with the SAS System

Paper 220-24: Helen-Jean Talbott
     How to Convert a SAS Data Set into a Quicken QIF Format File

Paper 221-24: Stephen B. Taubman and David Kelly
     Creating UNIX Network Usage Charts and Displaying Them on an Intranet

Paper 222-24: Bharat Thakkar, Kwan Hur, Charles A. Oprian, William G. Henderson, and Sharon Urbanski
     Enhancing the Output from PROC LOGISTIC

Paper 223-24: Pei Lee Tien, Tsung-Hua Lin, and Mike McGranaghan
     Some Tips and Examples for Using SAS PROC TABULATE

Paper 224-24: Md. Azharul Islam and David Wang
     Forecasting an Electric Utility's CO2 Emissions Using SAS/AF and SAS/STAT Software: A Linear Analysis

Paper 225-24: Yanchun Xu and Andrius Kubilius
     Developing Risk Adjustment Techniques Using the SAS System for Assessing Health Care Quality in the IMSystem

Paper 226-24: Shi-Tao Yeh and Andrew C. Yeh
     Exporting SAS Output onto the World Wide Web

Paper 227-24: Dingyi Zhao
     Logistic Regression Adjustment of Proportions and its Macro Procedure

Paper 228-24: Jun Zuo and Carl R. Haske
     Creating Clinical Trial Summary Tables Containing P-Values: A Practical Approach Using Standard SAS Macros

Paper 229-24: Jeffrey M. Abolafia
     PROC DATACHK Revisited: The DATACHK Macro

Paper 230-24: Matthew J. Becker
     Report Writing, SAS/GRAPH Creation, and Output Verification Using SAS/ASSIST Software

Paper 231-24: Deb Cassidy
     Setting Dates In a Production Job

Paper 233-24: Kathy Claude and Joseph Guido
     Enhanced Shewhart Plots Using a Graphics Template and Annotation

Paper 234-24: Keith Cranford and Don Boudreaux
     Interactive Sampling Using SAS/AF Frames

Paper 235-24: Stanley Cron
     Manipulating Clinical Research Data with the TRANSPOSE Procedure in SAS/ASSIST Software

Paper 236-24: Ronald Fehd
     %CHECKALL: A Macro to Produce a Frequency of Response Data Set from Multiple-Response Data

Paper 237-24: Barry Frye and John Nelson
     Using Macros to Annotate Graphs Based on Changing Data

Paper 238-24: Michael Gilman
     CATALOGER; View, Document, and Compare SAS Catalog Entries and SAS Data Files

Paper 239-24: J. Charles Gober
     Creating Column Delimited Files with Little or No Effort

Paper 240-24: Kenneth L. Goodwin
     Basic and Advanced Uses of SASDates

Paper 241-24: Annette M. Green
     Kappa Statistics for Multiple Raters Using Categorical Classification

Paper 242-24: Annie Guo and Long Ngo
     Building an Online Information Processing System Using SAS Software and a UNIX Shell Script

Paper 243-24: W. Droogendyk and L. Harschnitz
     Successful Business Intelligence Systems: Improving Information Quality with the SAS System

Paper 244-24: Ron D. Hays, Cathy D. Sherbourne, Karen L. Spritzer, and Wil J. Dixon
     A Microcomputer Program (SF36.EXE) that Generates SAS Code for Scoring the SF-36 Health Survey

Paper 245-24: Esther Kwan
     Designing Databases Using a Customized SAS/AF Frame Entry Application

Paper 246-24: Frank Liu
     A Standard Adverse Event Summary Report Generation

Paper 247-24: Eric R. Losby
     How Are All of These Tables Related? –Relational Database Map–RDB–MAP.SAS

Paper 248-24: Sheng Luo and Xinsheng Lin
     Using SAS Bitwise Functions to Scramble Data Fields with Key

Paper 249-24: George Matthews
     Integrating the SAS System with other Statistical Applications

Paper 250-24: Andy Mauromoustakos
     SAS/INSIGHT Software or JMP Software: A Comparison

Paper 251-24: Sean W. Mulvenon, Sherry Ceparich, Barbara Weber, and Arlene Metha
     Data Set Management Procedures for Developing a Prevention and Counseling Database

Paper 252-24: Judy Rosten
     The Tank Battle

Paper 253-24: Sandra T. Rothwell, Mary Ann Bush, Ilene Gottfried, and Dawn Scott
     The Power of the SAS Date Functions: Creating a Utilization History for Residents of Nursing Homes

Paper 254-24: Kathy Shelley
     SAS/GRAPH Blues? SAS/FRAME to the Rescue!

Paper 255-24: Arthur C. Singer and Caroline M. Bobik
     Creating Client-Friendly SAS Output

Paper 257-24: Charles John Tassoni, Baibai Chen, and Clara Chu
     One-to-One Matching Of Case/Controls Using SAS Software

Paper 259-24: Yalan Wang, Jun Zuo, and M. Guill. Wientjes
     Quantitation of Interactive Effects between Anticancer Agents Using SAS Macros and SAS/GRAPH

Paper 260-24: Michael Zdeb and Matt Dairman
     Calculating and Illustrating the Probability of Developing Cancer Using SAS and SAS/GRAPH Software

Paper 261-24: Robert N. Rodriguez and Sharad S. Prabhu
     Effective Applications of Control Charts Using SAS Software

Paper 262-24: William Q. Meeker and Luis A. Escobar
     Statistical Methods for Reliability Data Using SAS Software

Paper 263-24: Todd R. Nelson and Scott D. Grimshaw
     SAS Interface for Run-to-Run Batch Process Monitoring Using Real-time Data

Paper 264-24: Brenda Cantell
     Using Linear Regression and the Gibbs Sampler to Estimate the Probability of a Part Being Within Specification

Paper 265-24: Melvin T. Alexander
     Response Surface Optimization Using JMP Software

Paper 267-24: Leslie A. Christensen
     Introduction to Building a Linear Regression Model

Paper 268-24: Rachel J. Goldberg
     PROC FACTOR: How to Interpret the Output of a Real-World Example

Paper 269-24: George C. J. Fernandez
     Detection of Model Specification, Outlier, and Multicollinearity in Multiple Linear Regression Models Using Partial Regression/Residual Plots

Paper 270-24: Robert W. Smith
     Visual Hypothesis Testing with Confidence Intervals

Paper 271-24: Sharad S. Prabhu, Robert N. Rodriguez, and Randall D. Tobias
     The New ADX Interface for Design and Analysis of Experiments

Paper 272-24: Dominique Latour and Padraic Neville
     Segmentation Using Decision Trees

Paper 273-24: Anthony M. Dymond
     Data Mining for Hidden Groups in Hospital Populations

Paper 274-24: Ben Lyons and Dawn Peters
     Using Higher Order Asymptotics to Improve P-values and Confidence Intervals Given by PROC MIXED

Paper 275-24: Jesse A. Canchola, Brian D. Marx, and Joseph A. Catania
     LOGITSE: A SAS Macro for Logistic Regression Modeling in Complex Surveys

Paper 276-24: Gregory L. Pearce and Peter H. Westfall
     Using Resampling Techniques in PROC MULTITEST to Evaluate Surgeon SpecificResults Following Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG) Surgery

Paper 277-24: Maura Stokes
     Statistical Enhancements in Release 6.12 of the SAS System

Paper 278-24: Gordon Johnston and Maura Stokes
     Repeated Measures Analysis with Discrete Data Using the SAS System

Paper 279-24: Roland K. Hawkes
     Implementing Balanced Replicated Subsampling Designs in SAS Software

Paper 280-24: Jeff A. Sloan, Paul J. Novotny, Charles L. Loprinzi, and Suresh Nair
     Graphical and Analytical Tools for the Analysis of Two-Period Crossover Clinical Trials

Paper 281-24: Amrik Shah and Kirk Easley
     Estimation via EM-Algorithm in a Bivariate Random Effects Model

Paper 282-24: Joseph Earley and Archie Calise
     Forecasting College Enrollment Using the SAS System

Paper 283-24: Andrew Karp
     Getting Started with PROC LOGISTIC

Paper 284-24: Long Ngo and Richard Brand
     Model Selection in Linear Mixed Effects Models Using SAS PROC MIXED

Paper 285-24: William Bushnell and Martin Steiner
     Use of PROC MIXED in the Analysis of Repeated Measures Data from a Clinical Trial in Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Paper 286-24: Joseph Retzer and Kurt Pflughoeft
     Measuring the Information Content of Regressors in the Linear Model Using PROC REG and SAS/IML

Paper 287-24: Ralph G. O'Brien
     UnifyPow: A SAS Macro for Sample-Size Analysis

Paper 288-24: Gilbert W. Fellingham and H. Dennis Tolley
     Mining the Data Warehouse: Statistical Analysis of Combined Tables of Categorical Data

Paper 289-24: Data John A. Wass
     Characterization of Variance in Medical Diagnostics: The Analysis of "Usual "

Paper 291-24: Jun Zuo and Guijing Wang
     Estimating Nonlinear Systems Using Customized SAS Macros: A Study on Demand for Medical Products and Services in the U.S

Paper 292-24: Ursula Herr, Giovambattista Giangrieco, Fabio Zaccaria, and Danilo Ballanti
     The Parameters: A Statistical Methodology to Determine the Profit of Business Activities

Paper 293-24: Charles Hallahan
     The Tobit Model: An Example of Maximum Likelihood Estimation with SAS/IML

Paper 294-24: Boqing Wang
     Net Impact Analysis for Program Evaluation, Modeling and SAS Programming

Paper 295-24: Robert A. Vierkant
     A SAS Macro for Calculating Bootstrapped Confidence Intervals About a Kappa Coefficient

Paper 296-24: Gary Mehler
     Integrating Windows Clients and the SAS System into the Enterprise

Paper 297-24: Sharon Mosley-Hixon and Ray L. Ransom
     Storage Strategies for Data, Formats, Catalogs and Other Information in Application Development Using the SAS System

Paper 299-24: Randall Cates
     Moving VMS Data to MS-EXCEL: Using SAS/CONNECT Software and DDE to Download Data from a VMS/ALPHA Network to Excel Spreadsheets on a PC

Paper 300-24: Barry R. Cohen
     Evaluation of Client/Server Configurations for Analytic Processing

Paper 301-24: Keith Humphrey and Ray L. Ransom
     Systems Architecture Solutions for an STD Information System

Paper 302-24: Later H. W. Barry Merrill
     Data Mining the Original Data Warehouse: Twenty-Five Years and a Million Lines of SAS

Paper 303-24: Tom MacFarland and Glen Bechtold
     The Collection and Integrated Access to Network Performance Information in a Large Scale Client/Server Environment Using SAS

Paper 304-24: Iain Robertson
     “How to Save $30,000 in 4 Hours ”—Migrating SAS Systems from the Mainframe to the PC

Paper 305-24: Steven Wright
     Converting an Old MVS Mainframe Project to Run on OpenVMS: A Guidebook to Success

Paper 306-24: Michele G. Mandel, Robert E. Schwartz, Jr., and Steven A. Kinchen
     An Application of the Internet-based Automated Data Management System (IADMS) for a Multi-Site Public Health Project

Paper 307-24: Mark W. Cates
     Taking Advantage of the SAS System on Windows NT

Paper 308-24: Jodie Gilmore
     Using Dynamic Data Exchange with Microsoft Word

Paper 310-24: Fred Forst
     Get Hiper About Hiperspaces

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Paper 318-24: Gerardette M. Furlow
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Paper 320-24: Sunil Kumar Gupta
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Paper 323-24: Ioannis C. Dimakos
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