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SAS Global Forum Proceedings / SUGI 25 2000

SAS Global Forum Proceedings cover - SUGI 25 2000

Paper 001-25: Ronald P. Cody
    Transforming SAS Data Sets Using Arrays

Paper 002-25: Roger Staum
    SAS Formats: Going Beneath the Surface

Paper 003-25: Neil Howard
    Advanced DATA Step Techniques

Paper 004-25: Arthur L. Carpenter
    Using Macro Functions

Paper 005-25: Andrew H. Karp
    Indexing and Compressing SAS Data Sets: How, Why and Why Not

Paper 006-25: Sigurd W. Hermansen
    Notes from the Outer Limits of 4GL RDBMS/SQL: The SAS System to the Rescue

Paper 008-25: Gary Franklin and Art Jensen
    Integrity Constraints and Audit Trails Working Together

Paper 009-25: Robert Ray
    Version 8 Base SAS Performance: How Does It Stack Up?

Paper 010-25: Derek P. Morgan and Michael A. Province
    Building A Better Data Entry Application Using PROC FSEDIT

Paper 011-25: Jeffrey L. Lessenberry
    Uncorking SAS/AF Software Bottlenecks with the SCL Dynamic Performance Analyzer

Paper 013-25: Greg S. Barnes Nelson
    XML and SAS Software: An Advanced Tutorial

Paper 014-25: LeRoy Bessler
    Show Them What's Important: Solutions for a Finite Workday in an Era of Information Overload

Paper 015-25: Aileen L. Yam
    SAS Software and Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications Make Beautiful Reports Together

Paper 016-25: Cheryl Garner
    Multiprocessing with Version 8 of the SAS System

Paper 017-25: Ray Pass
    You CAN Get There from Here (and Back Again): Adding Hot-link Drill-down Capabilities to %DS2HTM and %TAB2HTM Output

Paper 018-25: Matt J. Flynn and Ray Pass
    Let There Be Highlights: Data-driven Cell, Row and Column Highlighting in %TAB2HTM and %DS2HTM Output

Paper 019-25: John W. Laing
    Client/Server Setup and Implementation — Web and Non-Web Environments

Paper 020-25: Robert M. Hamer and Pippa M. Simpson
     Mixed-Up Mixed Models: Things That Look Like They Should Work But Don't, and Things That Look Like They Shouldn't Work But Do

Paper 021-25: Mark T. Stetz
     Using SAS Software and Visual Basic for Applications to Automate Tasks in Microsoft Word: An Alternative to Dynamic Data Exchange

Paper 021-25: Mark T. Stetz
     Using SAS Software and Visual Basic for Applications to Automate Tasks in Microsoft Word: An Alternative to Dynamic Data Exchange

Paper 022-25: Michael A. Mace
     Using %WINDOW to Gather User Criteria

Paper 023-25: LeRoy Bessler
     Let Them Have It Their Way: EZFLXRPT, an Interactive Request Interface for Easy and Flexible Ad Hoc Reporting Based on the SAS System

Paper 024-25: Morgan C. Wang, Joel L. Hartman, and Charles D. Dziuban
     A Web-Based Survey System for Distributed Learning Impact Evaluation with the SAS System

Paper 025-25: Gary L. Mason
     Empowering Your End-Users Reporting Potential from SAS/AF Applications with SAS Enterprise Reporterô

Paper 026-25: Kristin Nauta
     Implementing Public Sector Performance Management: A Balanced Scorecard Approach

Paper 027-25: Deborah A. Testa and Russell Holmes
     SynCoder: A SAS/AF V7/8 Application for Implementing MedDRA Coding in Clinical Trials

Paper 028-25: Barry R. Cohen
     A Submission Development Environment to Support SAS Programming and Related Activities During Clinical Data Analysis

Paper 029-25: Paul Nicholson, Deborah Allon, and Estelle A. Gilman
     An Application for the Analysis and Visualization of Disease Incidence Data

Paper 030-25: David L. Wade and Shi-Tao Yeh
     Generating Case Report Form Tabulation

Paper 031-25: Rocha and Paul Hamilton
     Creating Case Report Tabulations (CRTs) for an NDA Electronic Submission to the FDAAnita

Paper 032-25: Peng-fang Yen and Jeff Gudmundson
     One Macro Does It All — Advanced Enhancement of PROC REPORT

Paper 033-25: Dorothy E. Pugh and Jeffrey M. Abolafia
     A WYSIWYG Application to Summarize Categorical Variables Using the SAS System

Paper 034-25: Christopher A. Roper
     CATALOGER: An Application Development Tool to Search, Compare, and Document SAS Catalogs and Data Files

Paper 035-25: Blake R. Sanders and Mikhail Gruzdev
     The MDDB Shell Game — Options Not Shown in SAS HELP

Paper 036-25: Vernee Stevens
     SAS Common Metadata and Current Industry Metadata Trends

Paper 037-25: Greg Silva
     Codebook: Taking Another Look at Your Data

Paper 038-25: Ronald J. Fehd
     The Writing for Reading SAS Style Sheet: Tricks, Traps & Tips from SAS-L's Macro Maven

Paper 039-25: Carl LaChapelle and Tammy Gagliano
     Changes and Enhancements to the SAS Component Language (SCL) for Component Development

Paper 040-25: Andrew B. Ratcliffe
     OOP Needs OOA and OOD

Paper 041-25: Andrew Rosenbaum
     (Getting Even) Frame Your Base SAS Programs

Paper 043-25: Jeffrey M. Abolafia and Lilin She
     The International Studies Project: SAS Software Version 7/8 Web Tools To The Rescue

Paper 044-25: C. Michael Whitney and Leslie Fowler
     Motorola's Engineering Data Analysis System: 10 Years of Analytical Excellence

Paper 045-25: Hung X. Phan
     Building an Audit and Tracking System Using SAS/AF Software and SCL

Paper 046-25: Joe Costanzo and Ben Zenick
     From the Analysts to the Executive — Business Visualization and Enterprise Reporting with the SAS System

Paper 048-25: Stephen M. Englert
     Using Batch MVS SAS Software to Send Email Via a UNIX Email Server

Paper 049-25: Steve Sober
     Leveraging Your ERP Investment with the SAS System

Paper 050-25: Curtis A. Smith
     How I Converted a Batch Application System to Client-Server and Lived to Tell About It

Paper 052-25: S. David Riba
     How to Use the DATA Step Debugger

Paper 053-25: Ronald P. Cody
     The INPUT Statement: Where It's @

Paper 054-25: Andrew T. Kuligowski
     How to Incorporate Old SAS Data into a New DATA Step, or What Is S-M-U?

Paper 055-25: Marge Scerbo
     Arrays: In and Out and All About

Paper 056-25: JoAnn Matthews
     Avoiding Mayhem in the New Millennium: Working with Missing Data

Paper 057-25: Arthur L. Carpenter
     Functioning with DATA Step Functions

Paper 058-25: Wayne B. Finley
     A Beginners Guide to SAS Date and Time Handling

Paper 059-25: Daphne E. Ewing
     Using Macros as a Data Table Generation Tool

Paper 060-25: Michael G. Sadof
     Keeping Your Data in Step - Utilizing Efficiencies

Paper 061-25: Rosalind K. Gusinow
     Introduction to PROC SQL

Paper 062-25: Dana Rafiee
     Web Publishing with SAS Software

Paper 063-25: Lauren E. Haworth
     Anyone Can Learn PROC TABULATE, V2.0

Paper 064-25: Chris Olinger
     ODS for Dummies

Paper 065-25: Terry Fain and Cyndie Gareleck
     Introduction to SAS/FSP Software in Version 8

Paper 066-25: Steven A. Wilson
     Getting Started with Version 8 SAS/AF Software

Paper 067-25: Meimei Ma and Sandra Schlotzhauer
     Fast Track to PROC REPORT Results

Paper 068-25: Peter R. Welbrock
     PROC MEANS: More Than Just Your Average Procedure

Paper 069-25: Richard Severino
     PROC FREQ: It's More Than Counts

Paper 070-25: Jeff Cartier
     Painless Graphics: The Click, Drag & Drop Approach of Graph-N-Go

Paper 071-25: Ming C. Lee
     Scrolling and Downloading Web Results

Paper 072-25: Paul C. Wehr
     Creating Adobe Acrobat (PDF) Documents Directly from SAS Software

Paper 073-25: Delayne H. Stokke
     Controlling Print Setup Options from within a Windows SAS Program

Paper 074-25: Gary Cunningham
     An Automated Method to Create a Descriptive Index For a Directory of SAS Programs

Paper 075-25: Karl L. Jensen and Matthew L. Greathouse
     The Autocall Macro Facility in the Microsoft Windows Environment

Paper 076-25: Kay L. Alden
     SAS' Best Kept Secret: Macro Windows for Applications Development

Paper 077-25: Brian K. Varney
     Using Metadata for Data Driven Programming

Paper 078-25: John M. Piet
     Table Lookup on the Fly Using SYMPUT and SYMGET 473

Paper 079-25: Sylvia C. Tze
     A Case-Transforming Macro for More Readable Text 477

Paper 080-25: Pete Lund
     A Macro Utility for Generating Formatted Log Comments 480

Paper 081-25: Pete Lund
     My Favorite Functions: Using the SAS Macro Language to Create User-Written Functions

Paper 082-25: Matthew T. Downs and Heidi M. Christ-Schmidt
     Dynamic Dataset Selection and Project Management using SAS 6.12 and the Windows NT 4.0 File System

Paper 083-25: Ray Pass
     What We Really Need is a %BY Statement — V2

Paper 084-25: Wayne B. Finley
     What Fiscal Year Is This and When Does It Start and End?

Paper 085-25: Armando V. Fabia
     Generating Dates Automatically

Paper 086-25: Yefim Gershteyn
     Use of SPEDIS Function in Finding Specific Values

Paper 087-25: Amy Roehrig-Swinfor
     Advanced SAS String Functions and a Little Recursion Protect Against Run-Time Errors

Paper 088-25: Paul D. McDonald
     The SAS SUBSTR Function - A Beginner's Tutorial

Paper 089-25: Michael D. Rhoads
     Hidden Nuggets in Version 8: New Informats, Formats, and Functions

Paper 090-25: Wayne F. Woo
     Office Pooling with SAS Software

Paper 091-25: Robert S. Matthews
     Let's Play a Game: A SAS Program for Creating a Word Search Matrix

Paper 092-25: Justina M. Flavin and Arthur L. Carpenter
     Taking Control and Keeping It: Creating and Using Conditionally Executable SAS Code

Paper 093-25: Arthur L. Carpenter
     Placing Dates in Your Titles: Do It Dynamically

Paper 094-25: Robert W. Graebner
     Working Efficiently in a Global Environment: Client/Server Processing with SAS/CONNECT Software

Paper 095-25: Robert J. Nowosielski
     Job Control Language and the SAS System for Beginners

Paper 096-25: Douglas Zirbel
     Functioning JCL into a SAS Relational Database Table: Your Portable Tutorial on Character Functions, Plus an MVS Batch Bonus

Paper 097-25: Christopher A. Roper
     Intelligently Launching Excel from SAS Software, using SCL

Paper 098-25: Christopher A. Roper
     Using SAS and DDE to Execute VBA Macros in Excel

Paper 100-25: Denise Gaskins
     Calculating Time Intervals Using RETAIN

Paper 101-25: Michael A. Raithel
     Transferring Your Mainframe SAS Programs to Your PC in Three Easy Steps

Paper 102-25: Shawn P. Thomas, Brandon L. Welch, and Keely P. Casey
     Flexibility in Data Management Through the SAS System

Paper 103-25: Kimberly J. LeBouton and Tom Rice
     Smokin' with UNIX Pipes

Paper 105-25: Ray Pass
     PROC REPORT — Land of the Missing OBS Column

Paper 106-25: Vicki J. Siemers and Brian F. Nash
     Removing Duplicates: PROC SQL Can Help You 'See'

Paper 108-25: Gregory E. Taylor
     Make Room for Me

Paper 109-25: Timothy J. Harrington
     Merges and Joins

Paper 110-25: Izabella Peszek
     How to Customize Axes in PROC GPLOT

Paper 111-25: Nina L. Werner
     Scaling Mount GCHART: Using a MACRO to Dynamically Reset the Scale

Paper 112-25: Dorothy E. Pugh
     A Robust Generalized Axis-scaling Macro

Paper 113-25: Michael K. Nichols, John Zhao, and John D. Campbell
     Production-Strength Data Mining Environment for Terabyte-Class Relational Data Warehouses

Paper 114-25: Ken Wright
     New Features in SAS/Warehouse Administrator

Paper 115-25: Andrew Wilcox and Manoj Kulwal
     Efficiency Techniques for Accessing Large Data Files

Paper 116-25: Hugh G. McCabe
     Information Delivery: Exploitation Strategies and Best Practices

Paper 117-25: Stanley P. Koprowski, Dwight J. Fowler, and Jeffrey S. Barrett
     Constructing a Data Warehouse for Pharmacokinetic Data

Paper 118-25: Mark Moorman
     Data Warehouse Design Issues for ERP

Paper 119-25: C. Olivia Rud
     Data Warehousing for Data Mining: A Case Study

Paper 120-25: Jeff LeSueur
     Minimizing Development Risk While Maximizing Warehouse Performance on UNIX Systems

Paper 122-25: Julia L. Bienias, Woojeong Bang, and Charles L. Owen
     Building a System for Uniform Data Access in a Research Environment

Paper 123-25: Steven D. Beakley
     LabOne's Production Reporting Environment - Pre-Historic to Pre-Web

Paper 124-25: Diane Olson
     Power Indexing: A Guide to Using Indexes Effectively In Nashville Releases

Paper 125-25: George Bukhbinder and Peter Babigian
     Riding the Information Wave to Marketing Success: Web Enabled On-Line Analytical Processing from Your Data Warehouse

Paper 126-25: Phil Rhodes and Faron Kincheloe
     Providing Access to a University Data Warehouse via the Web

Paper 127-25: D. Mikkelsen
     Successful Information Delivery: Integrate Your Data Warehouse and Other SAS Applications with Enterprise Reporter Software

Paper 128-25: Ida Carapelle and Sophie M. De Baets
     Implementing a Financial Balance Scorecard on Top of SAP R/3 Using CFO Vision as Interface

Paper 129-25: Paul M. Dorfman
     Private Detectives in a Data Warehouse: Key-Indexing, Bitmapping, and Hashing

Paper 130-25: Christ D'haeveloose
     Building a Data Mart on top of SAP R/3-HR

Paper 131-25: Dianne L. Rhodes
     Migrate to ORACLE? I Need My SAS Software!

Paper 132-25: Zhuan (John) Xu
     Building a Low Cost SAS Data Warehouse on NT Workstation

Paper 133-25: Ann Weinberger and Matthias Ender
     The Power of Hybrid OLAP in a Multidimensional World

Paper 134-25: Robert A. Rutledge
     Data Warehousing for Manufacturing Yield Improvement

Paper 135-25: Thomas H. Burger and Philip M. Pochon
     Warehousing, Metadata, and Object-Based Analysis

Paper 136-25: Ian J. Sutton
     Convert Your Model T into a Ferrari — Unleash the MDDB

Paper 141-25: Scott Vodicka
     Enterprise Integration Technologies - What Is It and What Can It Do for Me?

Paper 142-25: Gail Kramer and Carol Rigsbee
     Enterprise Guide Development: Enterprise Client Software for the Windows Platform

Paper 143-25: Paul M. Gilbert
     Using a SAS/IntrNet Data Browsing Application to Generate SAS Code for Stand-alone Reports

Paper 144-25: Duane Ressler and Mary Simmons
     SAS/MDDB Server: Expanding Open Access to Your OLAP Data

Paper 145-25: John M. LaBore and Thomas H. Burger
     Positioning SAS Software for Corporate Effectiveness

Paper 146-25: Kirk Paul Lafler
     Efficient SAS Programming Techniques

Paper 147-25: Ray Pass and Daphne E. Ewing
     So You're Still Not Using PROC REPORT. Why Not?

Paper 148-25: Daphne Ewing and Ray Pass
     So Now You're Using PROC REPORT. Is It Pretty and Automated?

Paper 149-25: Lara K. Bryant, Sally M. Muller, and Ray Pass
     ODS, YES! Odious, NO! — An Intro to the SAS Output Delivery System

Paper 152-25: Daniel E. Bruns
     The Power and Simplicity of the TABULATE Procedure

Paper 154-25: Faith R. Sloan
     Introduction to Dynamic Web Publishing

Paper 155-25: Charles Hallahan
     The Time Series Forecasting System

Paper 157-25: Arthur Carpenter
     Want Quick Results? An Introduction to SAS/GRAPH Software

Paper 158-25: Harry Maxwell
     Graphs in a Minute

Paper 159-25: Lora D. Delwiche and Susan J. Slaughter
     Bringing Rhyme and Reason to Your Data: A Beginner's Guide to Creating Reports that Communicate and Impress

Paper 160-25: Tom Miron
     Not on the Menu..., Visualizing Application Path Choices

Paper 161-25: Manoj Kulwal
     Creating a Point and Click Interface: An Example

Paper 162-25: Min Yao
     A Modular Approach to Case Report Form Tabulation Programming

Paper 163-25: LeRoy Bessler
     Show Them Where It's At: Data Mine the Earth's Surface for Locational Significance of What's Hidden in Your Data Warehouse

Paper 164-25: Archer Gravely
     Achieving Graphical Excellence with SAS/GRAPH Software

Paper 165-25: Jeffery D. Gilbert
     Replaying Graphics with PROC GREPLAY

Paper 166-25: Curtis A. Smith
     Presenting Your Data Easily with Graph-N-Go

Paper 167-25: Rick M. Mitchell
     Forcing SAS/GRAPH Software to Meet My Statistical Needs: A Graphical Presentation of Odds Ratios

Paper 168-25: Paul D. McDonald
     SAS Software and the 80/20 Rule

Paper 170-25: Michael Friendly
     Visualizing Categorical Data: Data, Stories, and Pictures

Paper 171-25: Dave L. DesJardins
     Dead Graphs — RIP (How Interactive Graphical EDA Techniques Markedly Enhance Data Analysis/Display)

Paper 173-25: Carl LaChapelle and Tammy Gagliano
     Migrating Your SAS/AF Frames to the Web

Paper 174-25: Bryan Wolfe
     Building Web Applications with Version 8 SAS/IntrNet Application Dispatcher

Paper 175-25: Ming C. Lee
     Security on the Web using SAS/IntrNet Software and HTML

Paper 176-25: Stephen Heacock
     Support System - A Web-Based SAS IntrNet Tabulator

Paper 177-25: Wing K. Chan and David C. Steven
     Using SAS/IntrNet to Teach PROC GCHART Coding

Paper 178-25: Hsiwei Yu and Chapman Gleason
     Dynamic Drillable Map on the Internet Using the Output Delivery System and SAS/GRAPH Software

Paper 180-25: Thomas Kunselman, Almira A. Lyst, and Donald L. Penix, Jr
     To Be or Not to Be? That is the Dynamic Web Page

Paper 181-25: Lauren E. Haworth
     HTML for the SAS Programmer

Paper 182-25: Derek P. Morgan
     The SAS System E-mail Interface: A Case Study

Paper 183-25: Faith R. Sloan
     Introduction to Dynamic Web Publishing

Paper 184-25: Don Chapman
     Middle-Tier Web Exploitation with Java Technologies

Paper 185-25: Kerril S. Bauerly
     Style Sheets, Javascript, and SAS??? Oh, My!

Paper 186-25: Izabella Peszek
     Producing Interactive Internet Presentations in SAS Software

Paper 187-25: Heather L. Mann, Neel Batey, Paul Butler, Beth Corley, and Pete Bailey
     Delivering South Carolina Health and Demographic Information Via the Web Using SAS/IntrNet Software

Paper 189-25: William J. Montelpare and Moira N. McPherson
     Web Interfacing: Merging Statistical Processing

Paper 190-25: Helen-Jean Talbott
     Using a Fuzzy Merge to Combine Customer Performance Information Across Accounts

Paper 191-25: Neal Musitano Jr.
     OS/390 SAS Version 8 Web Gifs and HTML Using ODS and SAS/GRAPH Software and MXG

Paper 192-25: Diane E. Brown
     The Anatomy of a Report: A Macro Driven Approach

Paper 193-25: Bruce F. Gilsen and Scott Hoenig
     SAS User Support and the Intranet: Web Pages, In-house Documentation, and Sample Library

Paper 194-25: Andrew T. Kuligowski
     Pruning the SASLOG — Digging into the Roots of NOTEs, WARNINGs, and ERRORs

Paper 195-25: Quan Ren
     Multiple Users to Update the Same Dataset in the Windows Environment

Paper 196-25: Robert M. Romero and Heather M. Tavel
     Letting Firedrills Put Themselves Out on the Web with SAS Software

Paper 197-25: Thiru Satchi
     Using the Magical Keyword 'INTO:' in PROC SQL

Paper 198-25: David J. Meade and Scott Lacey
     Publishing Statistical Analyses on the Web Using Version 7 of the SAS System

Paper 199-25: Richard O. Smith and Arthur L. Carpenter
     The Lost Art of Annotate

Paper 200-25: Sunil K. Gupta and Charlie E. Shipp
     Utilization of SAS Programs in the Business Environment

Paper 201-25: Priscilla Van Grevenhof, Kirsten Hall Long, Judith L. Wagner, Ahmed S. Rahman, James M. Naessens, and Roger W. Evans
     Bring the Data Warehouse of Standardized Medical Costs to the Web

Paper 202-25: Jens D. Mikkelsen
     Successful Information Delivery: Integrate Your Data Warehouse and Other SAS Applications with Enterprise Reporter Software

Paper 203-25: Louise S. Hadden
     Garbage In, Garbage Out: Does It Have To Be That Way?

Paper 204-25: Louise S. Hadden
     PROC DOC: A SAS Software Prescription for Your Documentation Ills

Paper 205-25: Paul Johnson
     A Randomization Test: Somatic Cell Count Slope Comparisons of 55 California Dairies

Paper 206-25: Stephen B. Taubman
     Procedures for a New SAS Release

Paper 207-25: Barbara Schneider
     Using the SAS System to Visualize Inter-Rater Agreement for Continuous Measurements in Medical Studies

Paper 208-25: Julie W. Pepe
     Legend Options using Multiple Plot Statements

Paper 209-25: Violeta I. Bartolome and Glenn B. Gregorio
     An Interactive Macro Program for Line x Tester Analysis

Paper 210-25: Shi-Tao Yeh
     Using SAS Tabulate HTML Formatter — Web Publishing Tool By Examples

Paper 211-25: Doug Zirbel
     SAS For COBOL (and Other) Programmers: How To

Paper 212-25: Kinwah Fung
     Using SAS Macro to Explore the Contents of a Data Set

Paper 214-25: Daniel M. McLaren
     Deploying the SAS System using Windows NT Server, Terminal Server Edition

Paper 215-25: Melanie A. Paules, Shi-Tao Yeh, and Pilita R. Canete
     Automatically Converting Data Set Specifications

Paper 216-25: Sean W. Mulvenon, Ronna C. Turner, Barbara J. Ganley, Antoinette R. Thorn, and Kristina A. Fritts Scott
     SAS Procedures for Use in Public School Accountability Programs

Paper 217-25: Kristine Y. Hogarty and Jeffrey D. Kromrey
     Robust Effect Size Estimates and Meta-Analytic Tests of Homogeneity

Paper 218-25: Stuart D. Long and Rebecca Darden
     Crude Risk Assessment of Multi-Level Exposures in Epidemiological Studies

Paper 219-25: Hugh Geary
     A String Search Program Which Displays the Whole Line for Each Line Containing the Target String

Paper 220-25: Brian K. Varney
     Making the Transition from College to Industry

Paper 221-25: Jack Hamilton
     The Problem with NODUPLICATES

Paper 222-25: Paul D. McDonald
     f _n_=1 then SET

Paper 223-25: Jack Hamilton
     Work-Arounds for SASWare Ballot Items

Paper 224-25: William C. Murphy
     Everybody Wants Reports in a Spreadsheet: A SAS Macro for Getting There

Paper 225-25: Lori S. Parsons
     Using SAS Software to Perform a Case-Control Match on Propensity Score in an Observational Study

Paper 226-25: Xiao Ji, Ge Yu, and Jay Cao
     Application of SAS Software in the Establishment of a Data Mart for Quality Analysis System in the Metallurgical Industry

Paper 227-25: Tracy L. Lord and Charles E. Keeler
     Analyzing Network Management Data with the SAS System

Paper 228-25: Wendy B. Dickinson
     Envisioning Kinaalda: Navaho Magic, Mystery, and Myth

Paper 229-25: Kevin P. Kowitz
     Variable and Format Consistency - A Macro Approach for Reading in Flat Files

Paper 230-25: Thiru Satchi and Edgar L. Mounib
     Automating the Selection of Controls in Case-Control Studies

Paper 231-25: Jeff LeSueur
     Web Based DSS Development

Paper 232-25: Robert A. Burnham
     GenHTML: A Library for Converting SAS Datasets to HTML Tables

Paper 233-25: Joseph E. Earley and Jia L. Wang
     Cinema and Seasonality: A SAS System PROC X11 Application

Paper 234-25: Sandra L. Aker
     Using KEY= to Perform Table Look-up

Paper 235-25: Kathryn M. Trinkaus, Paul Thompson, and J. Philip Miller
     Using SAS/IntrNet Software to Support Distributed Data Entry

Paper 236-25: Robert E. Johnson and Hui Liu
     Pseudo-Random Numbers: Out of Uniform

Paper 237-25: Matthew K. Hettinger
     Enterprise Application Integration: Integration and Utilization of SAS Products

Paper 238-25: Linda Tompkins and Arlene B. Siller
     Analyzing Complex Sample Survey Data: A New Beginning

Paper 240-25: Steven D. Beakley
     LabOne's Production Reporting Environment — Post-Web

Paper 241-25: Andy Mauromoustakos
     Analysis of Environmental Data Using JMP

Paper 242-25: Fang Dong, Brian K. Rosson, Richard Synowiec, and Lorraine Dunn
     Standard Reporting System for Phase I Clinical Trials

Paper 243-25: Judy Loren
     People Smarts for Career Growth

Paper 244-25: Linda Althouse
     Test Development: Ten Steps to a Valid and Reliable Certification Exam

Paper 245-25: Neil Howard
     The Ultimate Match Merge: Hiring the Best SAS Programmers

Paper 246-25: Michael G. Sadof and Larry W. Lutz
     Developing a Corporate Plan for Training and Retaining SAS Programmers

Paper 247-25: Sunil K. Gupta
     Preparing the SAS Software Programming Environment for Regulatory Submission

Paper 248-25: Roderick A. Rose and Sally S. Muller
     Teaching SAS Web Publishing in a Web Environment

Paper 249-25: Ian Whitlock
     A Personal View of SAS-L as a Teaching Tool

Paper 250-25: James J. Ashton, Sean M. Gargan, and Dee Stribling
     How to Get the Online Information You Need — An Overview of ' What's Where' for Help, CD, Online Tutor, and on the Web

Paper 251-25: Bruce F. Gilsen
     In-house SAS User's Guides: Site-Specific Information and Conversion Guides

Paper 252-25: Yakov Guralnik, Dan Kaplanski, and Helena Briskin
     SAS Interactive Handbook - a SAS User's Lifebelt

Paper 253-25: Mel Widawski
     Detecting Curvilinear Relationships in PROC REG

Paper 254-25: Bob Derr
     Performing Exact Logistic Regression with the SAS System

Paper 255-25: Andrew H. Karp
     Getting Started with PROC LOGISTIC

Paper 256-25: Ernest S. Shtatland, Sara L. Moore, and Mary B. Barton
     Why We Need an R-Square Measure of Fit (and Not Only One) In PROC LOGISTIC and PROC GENMOD

Paper 257-25: Christopher S. Andrews
     A Methodology for Customer Segmentation Using Existing Product Category Schemes and the SAS System

Paper 258-25: David Izrael, Michael P. Battaglia, and David C. Hoaglin
     A SAS Macro for Balancing a Weighted Sample

Paper 259-25: Jeff A. Sloan, Charles L. Loprinzi, and Paul J. Novotny
     Design and Analysis of Cancer Control Studies via the SAS System

Paper 260-25: John A. Wass
     Product Development and Applied Research: A Formal Approach Using SAS and JMP Software

Paper 261-25: David J. Pasta
     Using Propensity Scores to Adjust for Group Differences: Examples Comparing Alternative Surgical Methods

Paper 262-25: G. Bruce Schaalje, Chris H. Bodily, and Bruce J. Collings
     Custom Design of Complicated Block Experiments

Paper 263-25: Mark Carpenter and Pandu P. Kulkarni
     Improved Confidence Interval on the Mean Response in Simple Linearizable Regression

Paper 264-25: Catherine C. Hood
     SAS Programs to Get the Most from X-12-ARIMA's Modeling and Seasonal Adjustment Diagnostics

Paper 265-25: John Castelloe
     Sample Size Computations and Power Analysis with the SAS System

Paper 266-25: Mic Lajiness
     Using Enterprise Miner to Explore and Exploit Drug Discovery Data

Paper 267-25: Yang Yuan
     Multiple Imputation for Missing Data: Concepts and New Development

Paper 268-25: Michael Friendly
     Multidimensional Arrays in SAS/IML Software

Paper 269-25: Lawrence C. Marsh
     Correcting for Missing Discrete Responses in Business Surveys

Paper 270-25: Robert G. Downer
     A Primer in Spatial Simulation with PROC SIM2D

Paper 272-25: Tyler C. Smith
     Calculating the Probability of Hospitalization as a Function of Time, An Application of Cox's Proportional Hazards Modeling

Paper 273-25: Patricia B. Cerrito and George R. Barnes
     The Use of Kernel Density Estimators to Monitor Protocol Compliance

Paper 274-25: Ali Emrouznejad
     An Extension to SAS/OR Software for Decision System Support

Paper 275-25: Jean G. Orelien, Jun Zhai, and Richard Morris
     Multiple Comparisons with a Control in GEE Models

Paper 276-25: George A. Milliken, Annie L. Dudley, and John Sall
     Mixed Models Analysis Using JMP Software 4.0

Paper 277-25: Inna Perevozskaya and Olga M. Kuznetsova
     Modeling Longitudinal Growth Data and Growth Percentiles with Polynomial Gompertz Model in SAS Software

Paper 278-25: Sofia Paul
     Linear and Non-linear Modeling of a Dose-Response

Paper 279-25: Minbo Kim
     Qualitative and Limited Dependent Variable Models using the New QLIM Procedure

Paper 280-25: Gary Mehler
     Taking Advantage of the SAS System on the Windows Platform

Paper 281-25: Joseph Mirabal and Zhengyu Wang
     Using SAS Software for Exception Analysis of Sybase Performance

Paper 282-25: Peter Parker
     Optimizing SAS Software on Windows NT: A Guide to Performance Tuning Your Applications Server

Paper 283-25: John E. Bentley
     An Introduction Parallel Computing

Paper 284-25: S. David Riba
     Extending the Data Warehouse: An Introduction to OLE DB

Paper 285-25: Jack Hamilton
     Using SAS Under OpenVMS at First Health

Paper 286-25: Jeffrey L. Lessenberry
     Master Your Domain: Automated Software Distribution in a Client/Server Environment

Paper 287-25: Paul D. McDonald
     SAS Administration—Making Your Ship Go

Paper 288-25: Greg S. Barnes Nelson
     Messaging Systems: SAS Tools for Internet-Based Communications

Paper 290-25: Michael A. Raithel
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