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SASware Ballot Results

SAS Global Users Group Executive Board

Conference Leaders

SUGI 31 Paper Winners

Future Conferences


Paper Sections

Applications Development

Education Focus Session


BI Forum

Energy and Utilities Focus Session

Retail Focus Sessions

BI Workshop: SAS Business Intelligence Applications

Financial Services/Insurance Focus Session

SAS Presents...

Coders' Corner

Government Focus Session

SAS Presents...BI Architecture Tips and Techniques

Communications Focus Session

Hands-on Workshops

SAS Presents...Solutions

Data Mining and Predictive Modeling

Life Sciences Focus Session

Statistics and Data Analysis

Data Presentation

Manufacturing Focus Session

Systems Architecture

Data Warehousing, Management and Quality

Media, Entertainment and Travel Focus Session


DI Workshop: dfPower Studio and SAS Data Integration Studio

Planning, Development and Support



Applications Development

Paper 001-2007:

 Churchill, Alan K.


How to Generate 10,000 Excel Spreadsheets in 10 Minutes (Or Less)


Paper 002-2007:

 Conway, Ted


Good Info Comes in Small Multiples – Creating Small Multiple Presentations of Data with SAS® and Excel


Paper 003-2007:

 Shvorob, Dimitri


I Want It All – Recovering Variable Labels When Importing Data from Microsoft Access


Paper 004-2007:

 Compson, Michael L. Hennessey, John C.


How Suite It Is – Taking Full Advantage of SAS® Seamless Integration with Microsoft's Office Suite


Paper 005-2007:

 Hunt, Stephen Fairfield-Carter, Brian


Zipping Right Along: Push-Button SAS® Transfers via Command-Line Invocation of the WinZip32 Executable


Paper 006-2007:

 Williams, Tim


Better SAS® Programming through Version Control


Paper 007-2007:

 DeGuire, Yves


The FILENAME Statement Revisited


Paper 008-2007:

 Secosky, Jason


User-Written DATA Step Functions


Paper 009-2007:

 Turner, Jonah P.


Spicing Up SAS/IntrNet® Applications (with Additives)


Paper 010-2007:

 Li, Houliang


Building Your Own Real-Time SAS® Server Monitor under UNIX


Paper 011-2007:

 DeVenezia, Richard A. Gerlach, John R. Hoyle, Larry Katz, Talbot M. Langston, Rick


SAS® and Sudoku


Paper 012-2007:

 Davidson, Gail S. Mills, Guinevere Z.


The Enterprise Melting Pot: Everyone’s a SAS User – They Just Don’t Know It


Paper 013-2007:

 Collado, Evangeline Borden, M. Paige


To Cube or Not to Cube? Is OLAP the Better Choice?


Paper 014-2007:

 Yiu-Morrison, Shelly


Integration of webAF™ and Table-Driven Methodology


Paper 015-2007:

 Treglio, Christopher


Extending SAS® Data Integration Studio with Java: Custom GUIs and SAS Server Interactions


Paper 016-2007:

 Kramer, Kevin M.


SAS® Enterprise Guide® OLE Automation Using C#


Paper 017-2007:

 Kobylinski, Richard W.


A Dynamic Example of Delivering Patient Management Identification Opportunities Using SAS/IntrNet®


Paper 018-2007:

 Sanders, Blake


JobTrack: Transaction Computing 101


Paper 019-2007:

 Morgan, Derek


Managing Stored SCL Lists, and Creating Text Files from SCL Catalog Entries: Two SAS/AF® Utilities


Paper 020-2007:

 Thomas, Michael Sherwood, Rick D.


Reusable SAS/GRAPH® Stored Processes for Dashboarding


Paper 021-2007:

 Zender, Cynthia L.


ODS Options and SAS® Stored Processes


Paper 022-2007:

 Dhillon, Rupinder Eberhardt, Peter W.


%STPBEGIN: How SAS Enterprise Guide® Almost Removed the "L" Word from My Relationship with SAS®


Paper 023-2007:

 Weinstein, Heather


Converting SAS/IntrNet® Programs to SAS® Stored Processes



BI Forum

Paper 244-2007:

 Smale, John


Infrastructure Matters! How the Right IT Infrastructure Adds Value to a SAS® BI/DW Deployment


Paper 245-2007:

 Vanderlinden, Mike Varney, Brian


Best Practices for Implementing a BI Strategy with SAS®


Paper 246-2007:

 Battas, Greg


A Single Version of the Truth—How HP Is Advancing Business Intelligence


Paper 247-2007:

 Trammell, Steve


Leveraging Location for Better Analytics and Reporting


Paper 248-2007:

 Black, Alexander J.


Business Intelligence—Going Beyond the Numbers


Paper 249-2007:

 Zender, Cynthia L.


SAS® Stored Process Case Study


Paper 250-2007:

 Bills, Cliff Lewis, Warren Lutz, Dharmita Roth, John R.


Good Habits for Better Living: What to Expect with Java Application Servers for the SAS® 9.2 Business Intelligence Middle-Tier


Paper 251-2007:

 Hatcher, Diane Leslie , Scott


Ask Me Anything: New SAS® Prompting Architecture


Paper 252-2007:

 Grant, Paul Blomberg, Jodi Mudd, Jeff


Using the SAS® Enterprise Intelligence Platform for Logistics Optimization: Linking Data Integration, Analytics, and Business Intelligence


Paper 253-2007:

 Thomas, Michael Styll, Rick


Building Intelligent Dashboards with SAS® BI


Paper 254-2007:

 Styll, Rick


Integrated Reporting Using SAS®9 BI Clients


Paper 255-2007:

 Hill, Eric Schroedl, John P. Weisz, Jon T.


JMP® 7: Statistical Discovery Meets SAS® Business Intelligence


Paper 256-2007:

 Zeid, Aiman


Business Intelligence Competency Center: What Is It, and How Do You Deploy It?


Paper 257-2007:

 Driscoll, Mary


Best Practices—Top 5 CFO Challenges


Paper 258-2007:

 Spears, Joe


SAS® Business and Financial Intelligence, a Powerful Combination


Paper 259-2007:

 Choy, Justin Wilkie, Michelle


Exploring OLAP Cubes


Paper 321-2007:

 Hudson, Florence


IBM Mainframe—The Workhorse for Enterprise Business Intelligence


Paper 322-2007:

 Wilkie, Michelle Tierney, Janet





BI Workshop: SAS Business Intelligence Applications

Paper 260-2007:

 Rossland, Eric Richardson, Kari


Hands-On Workshop: SAS® Business Intelligence Applications


Paper 261-2007:

 Rossland, Eric Richardson, Kari


Hands-On Workshop: SAS® Business Intelligence Applications


Paper 262-2007:

 Rossland, Eric Richardson, Kari


Hands-On Workshop: SAS® Business Intelligence Applications


Paper 263-2007:

 Rossland, Eric Richardson, Kari


Hands-On Workshop: SAS® Business Intelligence Applications



Coders' Corner

Paper 024-2007:

 Gamishev, Teo


How to Optimize Existing SAS® Programs Generating Standard Reports


Paper 025-2007:

 Carpenter, Art


In the Compute Block: Issues Associated with Using and Naming Variables


Paper 026-2007:

 Gamishev, Teo


Affordable SAS® Tips


Paper 027-2007:

 Langston, Rick


Handling Large Stream Files with the @'string' Feature


Paper 028-2007:

 Fehd, Ronald J.


Journeyman's Tools: Data Review Macro FREQALL – Using PROC SQL List Processing with Dictionary.Columns to Eliminate Macro DO Loops


Paper 029-2007:

 Su, Pon


Calculating Duration via the Lagged Values of Variables


Paper 030-2007:

 Pickering, Roger P.


Using SAS® Macros to Produce Tables for Publication from SAS-Callable SUDAAN


Paper 031-2007:

 Choate, Paul A.


Quick Record Lookup without an Index


Paper 032-2007:

 Atashili, Julius Ta, Myduc L.


A SAS® Macro for Automating the Change-In-Estimate Strategy for Assessing Confounding


Paper 033-2007:

 Villacorte, Renato G.


Parameter-Gathering Techniques for Data-Driven Programming


Paper 034-2007:

 Benjamin Jr, William E.


Hurry! Hurry! Step Right Up! The Magical Compound WHERE Clause Can Eliminate DATA Steps, Reduce Processing Steps, Speed Up Turnaround, and Mystify Your Friends


Paper 035-2007:

 Worden, Jeanina


Hanging On by a STRING? Using Functions to Untie Text Strings


Paper 036-2007:

 Kosian, Sassoon


A Generic Method of Parallel Processing in Base SAS® 8 and 9


Paper 037-2007:

 Humphreys, Suzanne M.


Back Up with Each Submit and Save Your Sanity!


Paper 038-2007:

 Pope, David


Empowering Your SAS® Business Intelligence End Users via a SAS® Stored Process


Paper 039-2007:

 Muriel, Elena


Hashing Performance Time with Hash Tables


Paper 040-2007:

 Bhat, Srinivas G. Fang, Jim Venugopal, Vijay


An Approach for a Scalable, Platform-Independent, Automated Solution Using SAS® IOM


Paper 041-2007:

 Cheng, Wei


Graphical Representation of the Mean Measurement over Time


Paper 042-2007:

 Jolley, Linda T. Stroupe, Jane S.


Dear Miss SASAnswers: A Guide to SAS® Efficiency


Paper 043-2007:

 Leslie, R. Scott


Using Arrays to Calculate Medication Utilization


Paper 044-2007:

 Liang, Xiaoming


Using Dynamic Data Exchange and Table-Driven Programming to Manage Microsoft Excel Files


Paper 045-2007:

 Yu, Hsiwei Shen, Dong-Min


Group Headers by Template with Optional Columns


Paper 046-2007:

 Tilanus, Erik W.


Turning the Data Around: PROC TRANSPOSE and Alternative Approaches


Paper 047-2007:

 Heaton, Edward


Creating a Local Library


Paper 048-2007:

 Xia, Henry H.


Categorizing Drug Data in a Complex Survey with SAS® PROC FORMAT, INPUT, and PUT Functions


Paper 049-2007:

 Pless, Richard F.


SAS® Tools for Program Automation


Paper 050-2007:

 Murphy, William C.


Changing Data Set Variables into Macro Variables


Paper 051-2007:

 Crawford, Peter


Easy SAS® Session Customization


Paper 052-2007:

 Whitlock, Ian


Names, Names, Names  Make Me a List


Paper 053-2007:

 Hennessey, John C.


SAS/CONNECT® to Mainframes and Servers in SAS® Enterprise Guide® 4 Using SAS Code


Paper 054-2007:

 Libeg, Linda L.


FUNCTIONSIZE: Process Your External Files


Paper 055-2007:

 DeMeo, John


Creating Microsoft Excel Pivot Tables from SAS® – (Part 2)


Paper 056-2007:

 Gianneschi, Dennis


Seven Steps to Regulatory Publication Style with PROC REPORT


Paper 057-2007:

 Tan, Angelina D. Diehl, Nancy Mandrekar, Jayawant N.


Saving Trees with Output Delivery System (ODS)


Paper 058-2007:

 Pless, Richard F.


Data on Demand with SAS® Enterprise Guide®: A Cheap and Easy Approach to Real-Time Database Access


Paper 059-2007:

 Rodriguez Montaño, Flora Zamudio Montaño, Miguel


Useful SAS® Macros and Routines


Paper 060-2007:

 Kincheloe, Faron


Excelling with SAS®


Paper 061-2007:

 Barfield, James David Moore, John G. Rayamajhi, Jyoti N.


Automatically Incorporating Repeated Changes in SAS® Programming Codes in Clinical Trial Reporting


Paper 062-2007:

 Lafler, Kirk P.


Simple Rules to Remember When Working with Indexes


Paper 063-2007:

 Hurley, George J.


Customizing Your SAS® Initialization


Paper 064-2007:

 Yeh, Shi-Tao


Using Invisible Characters in SAS® Programming – Hidden Dragons, Episode II


Paper 065-2007:

 Walkup, Michael P. Craven, Timothy E. Russell, Gregory B.


March Sanity – A SAS® Application for Administering an NCAA Tournament Pool


Paper 066-2007:

 Groeneveld, Jim


SAS® Macro Version Control


Paper 067-2007:

 Fehd, Ronald J.


DO Which? Loop, UNTIL, or WHILE? A Review of DATA Step and Macro Algorithms


Paper 068-2007:

 Wright, Wendi L.


Creating a Format from Raw Data or a SAS® Data Set


Paper 069-2007:

 Wright, Wendi L.


Checking for Duplicates


Paper 070-2007:

 Fickbohm, David


Using the DATASETS Procedure – Part II


Paper 071-2007:

 Lauderdale, Kirsty R.


PROC SQL – The Dark Side of SAS®?


Paper 072-2007:

 Yellanki, Jyotheeswara N.


Calculating Statistics Using PROC MEANS versus PROC SQL



Communications Focus Session

Paper 323-2007:

 Mattison, Rob


Keynote Presentation: Breakthrough Business Intelligence: Case Studies in Taking Business Intelligence to Next Level in the Telecommunications Industry


Paper 324-2007:

 King, Ken


SAS Response: Impacts of New Services on Communication Services Providers


Paper 325-2007:

 Christian, Andrew


Customer Case Study: A Case Study in Clustering and Behavioral Modeling


Paper 326-2007:

 Pinheiro, Carlos A.


Customer Case Study: Competitive Intelligence through Business Analytic and Data Mining Environments



Data Mining and Predictive Modeling

Paper 073-2007:

 Wielenga, Doug


Identifying and Overcoming Common Data Mining Mistakes


Paper 074-2007:

 Bohannon, Tom


Predictive Modeling in Higher Education


Paper 075-2007:

 Hardin, J. Michael


Teaching Business Applications of Data Mining


Paper 076-2007:

 Chu, Robert Duling, David Thompson, Wayne


Best Practices for Managing Predictive Models in a Production Environment


Paper 077-2007:

 Raja, Uzma


Predicting Software Maintenance Outcomes Using Data Mining and Text Mining


Paper 078-2007:

 Liu, Wensui Cela, Jimmy


Improving Credit Scoring by Generalized Additive Model


Paper 079-2007:

 Zahedi, Hamed


Data Mining Physician Decisions for MRSA


Paper 080-2007:

 Zhang, Rodger


OLS Regression? Auto-Regression? Dynamic Regression?


Paper 081-2007:

 Cherrie, John A.


Variable Screening for Multinomial Logistic Regression on Very Large Data Sets as Applied to Direct Response Modeling


Paper 082-2007:

 Millette, Ting


Find the Best Prospects for a New Product by Using a Data Mining Model


Paper 083-2007:

 Tesfamicael, Mussie A.


Data Mining to Investigate the Prescribing of Medications Longitudinally


Paper 084-2007:

 deVille, Barry


Ubiquitous Scoring of 1000+ Warranty Categories Using Predictive Rules Derived from Text


Paper 085-2007:

 Cerrito, Patricia B.


Text Mining and PROC KDE to Rank Nominal Data


Paper 086-2007:

 Albright, Russell D. Bartlett, Jake Bultman, David


Making Web Results Relevant with SAS®


Paper 087-2007:

 Khopkar, Hrushikesh A. King, Jay


Critical Success Factors for Rate Making Using SAS® Enterprise Miner™



Data Presentation

Paper 088-2007:

 Cartier, Jeff Heath, Dan


Using ODS Styles with SAS/GRAPH®


Paper 089-2007:

 Peterson, Terek J. Gordon, Robert


Creating ActiveX Graphs for Presentations Using SAS® Enterprise Guide® and Drill-Down Graphs Too


Paper 090-2007:

 Croker, Samuel T.


Presentation Quality Forecast Visualization with SAS/GRAPH®


Paper 091-2007:

 Martino, Paul Dirmyer, Richard Schley, Sara


Graphing Longitudinal Data: Deaf Children in the "Children of the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth"


Paper 092-2007:

 Liu, Lea Guo, Nan McCarthy, William F.


Gaining Power from GTL and ODS Style to Control Graphical Output


Paper 093-2007:

 Bessler, LeRoy


How to Make the "Best Choice” from the Many Ways to Create and Deliver SAS® Graphs


Paper 094-2007:

 Cheng, Wei


ODS Statistical Graphics for Clinical Research


Paper 095-2007:

 Wright, Wendi L.


Make Your PROC TABULATE Tables Pretty Using ODS Style Options


Paper 096-2007:

 Deitrich, Woodrow Beekly, Duane Lee, William W. Koepsell, Thomas Kukull, Walter A.


Web-based Data Quality Assurance Reports at the National Alzheimers Coordinating Center (NACC)


Paper 097-2007:

 Small, Electra


Creating Tables of Contents in RTF Documents


Paper 098-2007:

 Truong, Sy J. Xu, Jing


Delivering SAS® to Excel Jockeys


Paper 099-2007:

 Zender, Cynthia L.


Funny ^Stuff~ in My Code – Using ODS ESCAPECHAR



Data Warehousing, Management and Quality

Paper 100-2007:

 Rausch, Nancy Hunley, Eric J. Mehler, Gary


Speed It Up – Active Warehousing with SAS® Data Integration: From Batch to Real-Time


Paper 101-2007:

 Kovtun, Tatyana


SAS® Data Integration Studio and SAS® Macro – Working in Harmony for Data Warehousing Projects


Paper 102-2007:

 Venugopal, Vijay Bhat, Srinivas G. Fang, Jim


Performance-Driven Data Integration – An Optimized Approach


Paper 103-2007:

 Gorrell, Paul


Simple and Effective – Using ODS Destinations to Facilitate Data Management


Paper 104-2007:

 Frank, Lisa L.


At the Controls – How We Set Up Security via SAS® Management Console


Paper 105-2007:

 Abolafia, Jeffrey M. DiIorio, Frank


The Electronic Project: Effectively Using Metadata throughout the Project Life Cycle


Paper 106-2007:

 Kincheloe, Faron


Squeaky Clean Data with SAS® Data Quality Server


Paper 107-2007:

 Sherman, Paul D.


Demeter in the Database


Paper 108-2007:

 Rausch, Nancy Wills, Nancy J.


Super Size It!!! Maximize the Performance of Your ETL Processes



DI Workshop: dfPower Studio and SAS Data Integration Studio

Paper 264-2007:

 Richardson, Kari Rossland, Eric


Hands-On Workshop: DataFlux® dfPower® Studio and SAS® Data Integration Studio


Paper 265-2007:

 Richardson, Kari Rossland, Eric


Hands-On Workshop: DataFlux® dfPower® Studio and SAS® Data Integration Studio


Paper 266-2007:

 Richardson, Kari Rossland, Eric


Hands-On Workshop: DataFlux® dfPower® Studio and SAS® Data Integration Studio


Paper 267-2007:

 Richardson, Kari Rossland, Eric


Hands-On Workshop: DataFlux® dfPower® Studio and SAS® Data Integration Studio


Paper 268-2007:

 Richardson, Kari Rossland, Eric


Hands-On Workshop: DataFlux® dfPower® Studio and SAS® Data Integration Studio



Education Focus Session

Paper 327-2007:

 Black, Ph.D., Jim


Keynote Presentation: Perfecting Strategy Using Actionable Intelligence


Paper 328-2007:

 Goben, Allen Sudar, Andy


SAS Response: FanSAStic! Results: Collaboratively Leading Institutional Effectiveness Efforts in Higher Education Institutions


Paper 329-2007:

 Sullivan, Linda


Customer Case Study: Using Data Integration and Business Intelligence Tools to Provide Strategic-Decision Support for Universities


Paper 330-2007:

 Konsdorf, Karl


Customer Case Study: The DAWN of New Era in Analytical and Business Intelligence at Sinclair Community College



Energy and Utilities Focus Session

Paper 331-2007:

 Parkinson, Leigh


Sponsor Presentation: Making Better Decisions: SAS in the Energy Marketplace


Paper 332-2007:

 Reames, Patrick


Keynote Presentation: Evolving Wholesale Energy Markets Demand New Technology Solutions


Paper 333-2007:

 Carothers, Craig McMane, Steve


SAS Response: Revenue Assurance for Energy ... Using SAS® Solutions to Leverage Corporate Intelligence to Fuel Effective, Forward-Looking Decisions in Volatile Markets


Paper 334-2007:

 Anderson, Gord Perrin, Mark


Customer Case Study: The Evolution of Financial Risk Analytics at EnCana


Paper 335-2007:

 Podraza, Ernest L.


Customer Case Study: SAS® Application in a Deregulated Electric Retailer



Financial Services/Banking Focus Session

Paper 336-2007:

 Kritzer, Zohar


Keynote Presentation: Overcoming Commoditization through Dynamic Relationship Pricing


Paper 337-2007:

 Messier, Bob


SAS Response


Paper 338-2007:

 Enabnit, Jill


Customer Case Study: U.S. Bank


Paper 339-2007:

 Thorpe, Ph.D., Daniel


Customer Case Study: Customer Equity Driven Marketing Mix Decisions at Wachovia Bank


Financial Services/Insurance Focus Session

Paper 340-2007:

 Josefowicz, Matthew


Keynote Presentation: SOA in Insurance


Paper 341-2007:

 West, David A.


SAS Response: SOA: Hype or Revolution – What Insurers Need to Know About Service-Oriented Architecture


Paper 342-2007:

 Armstrong, Michael


Customer Case Study: Liberty Mutual


Paper 343-2007:



Customer Case Study


Financial Services/Risk Focus Session

Paper 344-2007:

 Rowland, Jan


Keynote Presentation: Risk Management Best Practices for Small Business Lending


Paper 345-2007:

 Dayton, Mark


SAS Response: Data Management for Credit Risk Organizations: How SAS®9 Solutions and Technologies Can be Leveraged to Manage the Associated Issues and Challenges


Paper 346-2007:

 Talwar, Sanjiv Carroll, Jonathan


Customer Case Study: Data Management Within Credit Risk Management


Paper 347-2007:

 Gladysz, Stephen


Customer Case Study: Revolutionizing Risk Management with Enterprise Business Intelligence



Government Focus Session

Paper 348-2007:

 Cohen, Gregory K.


Keynote Presentation: Performance Management in Government: A Complex Partnership


Paper 349-2007:

 Cokins, Gary


SAS Response: Performance Management in Government: Moving the Dials to Drive Real Results


Paper 350-2007:

 Dougherty, Kristine


Customer Case Study: Building Performance Information in a Statewide Corrections Agency


Paper 351-2007:

 Flaherty, Patrick


Customer Case Study: U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention



Hands-on Workshops

Paper 109-2007:

 Lafler, Kirk P. Cochran, Ben T.


A Hands-On Tour inside the World of PROC SQL


Paper 110-2007:

 Fecht, Marje Dhillon, Rupinder


A ""SAS® Programmer's"" Guide to SAS® Enterprise Guide®


Paper 111-2007:

 Nelson, Gregory S.


Planning for and Designing a Data Warehouse – A Hands-On Workshop


Paper 112-2007:

 Cassidy, Deb


An Introduction to SAS/GRAPH® Step-by-Step


Paper 113-2007:

 Fehd, Ronald J. Carpenter, Art


List Processing Basics: Creating and Using Lists of Macro Variables


Paper 114-2007:

 Fain, Terry Gareleck, Cyndie B.


Using SAS® to Process Repeated Measures Data – A Hands-On Approach


Paper 115-2007:

 Slaughter, Susan J. Delwiche, Lora D.


Dynamic Projects in SAS® Enterprise Guide® – How to Create and Use Parameters


Paper 116-2007:

 Scerbo, Marge


Win the Pennant! Use PROC FORMAT


Paper 117-2007:

 Johnson, David H. Dickinson, Wendy B.


Data Matching


Paper 118-2007:

 Pratter, Frederick E.


Using the SAS® Output Delivery System and PROC TEMPLATE to Create XHTML Files


Paper 119-2007:

 Heaton, Edward


Reading Excel Workbooks


Paper 120-2007:

 DelGobbo, Vince


Creating Multi-Sheet Excel Workbooks the Easy Way with SAS®


Paper 121-2007:

 Lavery, Russ


An Animated Guide: The SAS® DATA Step Debugger



Life Sciences Focus Session

Paper 352-2007:

 Kush, Rebecca


Keynote Presentation: Standards for Clinical Research from Protocol Through Submission: CDISC Business Case and Progress Report


Paper 353-2007:

 Helton, Edward D.


SAS Response: Concepts and Thoughts for a CDISC /FDA Pilot and Interfacing with HL7 RCRIM Projects


Paper 354-2007:

 Steffens, Gregory C.


Customer Case Study: The Use of Metadata in the CDISC SDTM/ADaM Pilot Project


Paper 355-2007:

 Anglin, Greg


Customer Case Study: Overview of the CDISC Pilot Project


Paper 356-2007:

 Bain, Landen


Keynote Presentation: Retrieve Form for Data-Capture (RFD): an Integration Profile to Enable EHR Capture of Clinical Trial Data


Paper 357-2007:

 Nsereko, Musa


Customer Case Study: Building a Clinical Trials Data Repository using the CDISC SDTM standards and ETL


Paper 358-2007:

 Pan, Ing-Ming Yu, Audrey


Customer Case Study: Turning Information into Intelligence: Clinical Data Navigation and Integration


Paper 359-2007:

 Doetzkies, Bernd


Customer Case Study: Using SAS® Drug Development to Promote Collaboration and Decision Making


Paper 360-2007:

 Higgins, M.D., George


Keynote Presentation: Leveraging Technology to Promote a Culture of Patient Safety


Paper 361-2007:

 Fleming, Ph.D., Neil


Customer Case Study: Quality: Baylor Health Care System


Paper 362-2007:

 Preston, Sam


Customer Case Study: Using SAS to Develop and Deliver a Predictive Model for Case Management Identification



Manufacturing Focus Session

Paper 364-2007:

 Maurno, Dann


Keynote Presentation: Enterprise Intelligence: The Advantage of Brains in a Brawny World Market


Paper 365-2007:

 Newkirk, Michael


SAS Response: Optimizing the Service Chain


Paper 366-2007:

 Kondrat, Thomas


Customer Case Study: Data Mining at Chrysler Group


Paper 367-2007:

 Rey, Tim


Customer Success Story: The Dow Chemical Co: Quantitative Methods and SAS in the Chemical Industry



Media, Entertainment & Travel Focus Session

Paper 368-2007:

 Boyles, Tom


Keynote Presentation: Customer Managed Relationships at Disney


Paper 369-2007:

 Radcliffe, Scott


SAS Response: Optimize Customer Experience and Competitive Advantage with SAS


Paper 370-2007:

 Collins, Steve


Customer Case Study: BMG Columbia House


Paper 371-2007:

 Tileston, Thomas


Customer Success Story: Have Your Cake and Eat it Too! Accelerate Forecasting Combining SAS and Teradata



Planning, Development and Support

Paper 122-2007:

 Peters, Amy


Navigating the SAS® Training Experience


Paper 123-2007:

 Meier, Alan


Navigating a Major Regulatory Submission Project to Success


Paper 124-2007:

 Cassidy, Deb


What's a ""Senior"" SAS® Position?


Paper 125-2007:

 Thompson, Stephanie R.


Workforce Preparation: Equipping Undergraduates with SAS® Knowledge


Paper 126-2007:

 Milum, Jenine


Assessing SAS® Skill Level during the Interviewing Process


Paper 127-2007:

 Karp, Andrew H.


Thirteen Things I Wish I Knew before I Became an Independent SAS® Software Consultant


Paper 128-2007:

 Mitchell, Rick M.


Finding Your Mistakes before They Find You – A Quality Approach for SAS® Programmers


Paper 129-2007:

 Pruitt, Rex


Project Organization Proposal (POP) and Project Leadership Plan Guide




Paper 130-2007:

 Aboutaleb, Hany


The ABC's of Graphical Data Analysis Using SAS/GRAPH®


Paper 131-2007:

 Ayyangar, Leonor L.


Skewness, Multicollinearity, Heteroskedasticity – You Name It, Cost Data Have It! Solutions to Violations of Assumptions of the Ordinary Least Squares Regression Model Using SAS®


Paper 132-2007:

 Bao, Xinli


Mining Transaction/Order Data Using the SAS® Enterprise Miner™ Association Node


Paper 133-2007:

 Bell-Ellison , Bethany A. Kromrey, Jeffrey D.


Alternatives for Analysis of Complex Sample Surveys: A Comparison of SAS®, SUDAAN®, and AM® Software


Paper 134-2007:

 Bessler, LeRoy


Communication-Effective Pie Charts


Paper 135-2007:

 Borowiak, Kenneth W.


Perl Regular Expressions 102


Paper 137-2007:

 Bundy, Vanessa Barbeau, Paule Johnson, Maribeth


Effect Modification Investigation Using SAS® – A Model-Building Exercise


Paper 138-2007:

 Christofferson, Rebecca Barry, Kevin Condrey, Richard Geaghan, James P.


An Analysis of Abundance and Catch Probability of Sharks off Coastal Louisiana


Paper 139-2007:

 Coraggio, James T. Hess, Melinda R. Hines, Constance Kromrey, Jeffrey D. Lee, Reginald S. Luther, Stephen L.


GLMM_SIM: A SAS® Macro for Evaluating the Statistical Integrity of General Linear Mixed Models


Paper 140-2007:

 DeLancey, Apryl


Easy Graphs with PROC FORMAT, PROC GPLOT, and ODS


Paper 141-2007:

 Delwiche, Lora D. Slaughter, Susan J.


Point-and-Click Style Editing in SAS® Enterprise Guide®


Paper 142-2007:

 Dickinson, Wendy B. Hines, Constance Onwuegbuzie, Anthony


People, Pattern, and Place: SAS/GRAPH® Data Display of Immigration Activity across the United States


Paper 143-2007:

 Jo, Chan-Hee Gossett, Jeff M. Simpson, Pippa M.


Regression Splines with Longitudinal DATA


Paper 144-2007:

 Hadden, Louise S.


Smooth Writing with In-Line Formatting


Paper 145-2007:

 High, Jerry Miller, Barbara J.


Projects, Programs, and Links – Oh My!


Paper 146-2007:

 Latendresse, Edith Djona, Maurice Fortier, Susie


Benchmarking Sub-Annual Series to Annual Totals – From Concepts to SAS® Procedure and SAS® Enterprise Guide® Custom Task


Paper 147-2007:

 Lim, Choon-Chern


7 Bulletproof Steps: The Quickest Way to Programmatically Generate a Dynamic Excel Graph from SAS®


Paper 148-2007:

 Lu, Zaizai Shen, David


Population Pharmacokinetics Studies with Nonlinear Mixed Effects Modeling


Paper 149-2007:

 Musitano Jr., Neal


Annotated SAS/GRAPH® Plot of z/OS® Goal Mode Performance Indexes Using Macros and MXG® Software


Paper 150-2007:

 Nisbet, Stuart


Animating SAS/GRAPH® Output–Telling a Story That Changes Over Time


Paper 151-2007:

 Parsons, Lori S.


Enhancing RTF Output with RTF Control Words and In-Line Formatting


Paper 152-2007:

 Patterson, Brian F. Remigio, Mylene


Don’t %QUOTE() Me on This: A Practical Guide to Macro Quoting Functions


Paper 153-2007:

 Ribble, James L.


Using an ODS Tagset to Create Distributable, Editable Data Islands


Paper 154-2007:

 Rodgers, Mindy S. Steffens, Gregory C.


The Art of Code Validation


Paper 155-2007:

 Schneider, Barbara Schneider, Kristan A.


Visualizing Statistical Inference Using SAS®


Paper 156-2007:

 Shu, Haibin


Tabbing through ODS


Paper 157-2007:

 Tian, Tim


A Simple Way to Combine Graphs and Text - DSGI


Paper 158-2007:

 Truong, Sy J. Li, Na


Can Coding MedDRA and WHO Drug Be as Easy as a Google Search?


Paper 159-2007:

 Tsang, Rita


Know Your AREA! Creating Professional SAS® Graphics in Clinical Safety Data by Using the AREAS Option in PROC GPLOT


Paper 160-2007:

 Tabladillo, Mark


A Video Guide to SAS® Help 2007


Paper 161-2007:

 Viglioni, Giovanni M.


Methodology for Railway Demand Forecasting Using Data Mining


Paper 162-2007:

 Worden, Jeanina


Skinny to Fat – In Search of the “Ideal” Data Set


Paper 163-2007:

 Wright, Wendi L.


A Legend Is Not Just a Legend


Paper 164-2007:

 Yeh, Shi-Tao


SAS® Constellation Diagram Has Many Faces


Paper 167-2007:

 Zlupko, Taras


CRSP Indices in SAS®


Paper 168-2007:

 Zou, Heng


A SAS/AF® Application to Transfer Data between SAS and XLS/CSV/XML Files



Retail Focus Session

Paper 372-2007:

 Kaul, Rajeeve


Keynote Presentation: Demand-Driven Retailing Drives AutoZone's Success


Paper 373-2007:

 Sarnevitz, Alexi L.


SAS Response: Retail Demand Intelligence: A 21st Century Shareholder Value Requirement


Paper 374-2007:

 Combs, Tim


Business Strategy Meets Advanced Planning


Paper 375-2007:

 Gautereaux, Jason


Customer Demand Forecasting Drives Merchandising Results


Paper 376-2007:

 Bunce, Charlie Sparkman, Janet


Panel Discussion: Beyond the Buzz -- Increasing Revenue and Brand Loyalty in a Multi-Channel World


Paper 377-2007:

 Levitan, Jeff


SAS Response: Driving Marketing Performance in a Multichannel Customer Centric World


Paper 378-2007:

 Rafferty, Tom


Customer Experience: Retail-Driven Demand Planning in Wholesale Distribution


Paper 379-2007:



Customer Case Study


Paper 380-2007:

 Helms, Gary Hovagimian, Howard


Sponsor Presentation: HP Category Management - Data Mining and intelligence In Action



SAS Presents

Paper 269-2007:

 Repole, Warren


Exporting SAS/GRAPH® Output for Inclusion in Web Pages and Other Software Applications


Paper 270-2007:

 Crevar, Margaret A. Ihnen, Leigh


Best Practices for Configuring Your I/O Subsystem for Your SAS®9 Applications


Paper 271-2007:

 Secosky, Jason Bloom, Janice


Getting Started with the DATA Step Hash Object


Paper 272-2007:

 Doninger, Cheryl Keefer, Tom


Best Practices for Setting Up Computer Hardware in a Grid Environment


Paper 273-2007:

 Stroupe, Jane S.


Adventures in Arrays


Paper 274-2007:

 Hemedinger, Chris


Extending SAS Enterprise Guide and SAS Add-In for Microsoft Office with Custom Tasks


Paper 275-2007:

 Friebel, Tony Foley, Richard


What's New in the XML LIBNAME Engine


Paper 276-2007:

 McMahill, Allison D.


Beyond the Basics: Advanced PROC REPORT Tips and Tricks


Paper 277-2007:

 Trovero, Michele A. Joshi, Mahesh Leonard, Michael


Efficient Reconciliation of a Hierarchy of Forecasts in Presence of Constraints


Paper 278-2007:

 Eddlestone, Mary-Elizabeth


Data Mining in the Enterprise: How to Integrate Data Mining with ETL and Business Intelligence


Paper 279-2007:

 Herbert, Pat


Real-Time Data Quality—The Right Answers at the Right Time


Paper 280-2007:

 Stokes, Maura Rodriguez, Robert N. Balan, Tonya


SAS/STAT® 9.2: Coming to a SAS® Site Near You


Paper 281-2007:

 Massengill, Darrell


Making Business Decisions Using SAS® Mapping Technologies


Paper 282-2007:

 Fraley, Jessi Tomlinson, Ben


Improve Your Quality of Life with the SAS® Configuration Troubleshooter


Paper 283-2007:

 Dodson, Lisa


Playing the Match Game—How Baylor University Saved Money and Improved Customer Relations


Paper 284-2007:

 McDaniel, Stephen


The Next Generation of Desktop Business Intelligence: SAS® Enterprise Guide® and the SAS® Add-In for Microsoft Office


Paper 285-2007:

 Herbert, Pat


Customer Data Integration: A Framework for Building Adaptable Customer-Oriented Business Services


Paper 286-2007:

 Hunley, Eric J. Mehler, Gary Rausch, Nancy


SAS® Data Integration Studio Product Review


Paper 287-2007:

 Ciampa, Gary T. Marusak, Scott


Monitor your SAS®9 BI Environment with Enterprise Systems Management Applications and SAS® Management Console


Paper 288-2007:

 Jahn, Dan


Web Services: The Door Is Open, All Are Welcome


Paper 289-2007:

 Noe, Larry


Single Sign-On in SAS® 9.2


Paper 290-2007:

 Wicklin, Rick


An Introduction to SAS® Stat Studio: A Programmable Successor to SAS/INSIGHT®


Paper 291-2007:

 Hatcher, Diane Matz, Ken


Case Studies in Using SAS® Information Map Studio to Solve Query and Reporting Challenges


Paper 292-2007:

 Corea, Gehan Hughes, Ed


Earned Value Management with SAS/OR®: Adding Critical Performance Monitoring to Project Execution


Paper 293-2007:

 Sargent, Dan


Utilizing the SAS® SPD Server Dynamic Cluster and Parallel Join Features to Manage and Query Very Large Data


Paper 294-2007:

 Wollangk, Brad Buchecker, Michelle


Using 'Dynamic' Variables with SAS®


Paper 295-2007:

 Wei, Jifa Chu, Robert Burke, Fred


What Models Can You Manage with SAS® Model Manager?


Paper 296-2007:

 Hughes, Ed


Adding the Power of SAS/OR® to Spreadsheet Optimization


Paper 297-2007:

 Bridgers, Michael Mebust, Scott


Creating Order Out of Character Chaos: Collation Capabilities of the SAS® System


Paper 298-2007:

 Rehm, Wes Rubendall, Craig


Easy Access to SAS Using Google Integration


Paper 299-2007:

 Ciampa, Gary T.


Achieving High Availability for the SAS®9 Metadata Server


Paper 300-2007:

 Boozer, Forrest Zogby, Chris


Case Study in Synchronizing Identities in the SAS®9 Metadata Server with an Enterprise Security Provider


Paper 301-2007:

 Schneider, Mark


The Future of SAS® Deployment for 9.2 and Beyond


Paper 302-2007:

 Mayes, Manya Eddlestone, Mary-Elizabeth


Audio Analysis in Action


Paper 303-2007:

 Rodriguez, Robert N.


Visualizing the Voice of Your Process: An Introduction to SAS/QC® for Statistical Novices


Paper 304-2007:

 McDaniel, Stephen


The New World of SAS®: Programming with SAS® Enterprise Guide®


Paper 305-2007:

 Massengill, Darrell


SAS/AF®: Running SCL outside the Frame


Paper 306-2007:

 Weinberger, Ann Van Wyk, Jana Belmaggio, Tina


Administration of SAS® Cubes



SAS Presents...Solutions

Paper 307-2007:

 Froning, David A.


SAS® Warranty Analysis 4.1: Earlier Warning, More Accurate Definition, and Faster ROI


Paper 308-2007:

 Handelsman, David


SAS® Drug Development: Bringing Innovation to Life Sciences


Paper 309-2007:

 Kalich, Tanya C.


Marketing Automation Administration—Going from Good to Great


Paper 310-2007:

 Bober, Andy


Real-Time Decision Management with SAS®


Paper 311-2007:

 Lieble, Frank


SAS IT Intelligence for Resource Optimization Using the SAS Forecast Server



SAS Presents…BI Architecture Tips and Techniques

Paper 312-2007:

 Gibbs, Sandy


What You Always Wanted to Know about Hot Fixes and Service Packs but Never Asked


Paper 313-2007:

 Fischer, Anja


Getting Started with Your SAS® Installation Kit


Paper 314-2007:

 Fischer, Anja Gibbs, Sandy


Troubleshooting SAS® Foundation and SAS® Enterprise Intelligence Platform Installs


Paper 315-2007:

 Fischer, Anja Gibbs, Sandy


Troubleshooting SAS® Application Servers


Paper 316-2007:

 Fischer, Anja


Securing Your Deployment: SAS® Metadata Security


Paper 317-2007:

 Fischer, Anja


Managing Your SAS®9 Enterprise Intelligence Platform Metadata Repositories


Paper 318-2007:

 Fischer, Anja


Metadata Backup and Restore with %OMABAKUP


Paper 319-2007:

 Fischer, Anja Gibbs, Sandy


Introducing: SAS Metadata Server


Paper 320-2007:

 Fischer, Anja


Securing Your Deployment: SAS® Metadata Security



Statistics and Data Analysis

Paper 169-2007:

 Dickey, David A.


Forecasting Methods—An Overview of Models and Techniques


Paper 170-2007:

 Chvosta, Jan Erdman, Donald


Analyzing Time Series Cross-Sectional Data with the PANEL Procedure


Paper 171-2007:

 Kearney, Trevor Hughes, Ed


Optimization with SAS/OR®—What It Is, What's New, and How It Adds Value


Paper 172-2007:

 Archer, Sandra Armacost, Robert L.


Using SAS/OR® to Determine the Optimal Path to Graduation


Paper 173-2007:

 Bursac, Zoran Gauss, C. Heath Williams, David K. Hosmer, David W.


A Purposeful Selection of Variables Macro for Logistic Regression


Paper 174-2007:

 Kegan, Bonnie E. Williams, Todd


SAS® Macros for Automated Model Selection When the Response Variable Is Nominal—Needs and Solutions Involving PROC CATMOD


Paper 176-2007:

 Sall, John P.


JMP® 7 Features: Computer Experiments, Large Scale Analytics, and Visualization


Paper 177-2007:

 Schabenberger, Oliver


Growing Up Fast: SAS® 9.2 Enhancements to the GLIMMIX Procedure


Paper 178-2007:

 Littell, Ramon C.


Repeated Measures Analysis with Clustered Subjects


Paper 179-2007:

 Flom, Peter L. McMahon, James M. Pouget, Enrique R.


Using PROC NLMIXED and PROC GLMMIX to Analyze Dyadic Data with a Dichotomous Dependent Variable


Paper 180-2007:

 Sobczak, Michael J.


Attitudes toward Immigrants and Immigration in the United States—Toward a Structural Approach


Paper 181-2007:

 Gilbert, Steven A. Chen, Lingyun


Using SAS® PROC NLMIXED for Robust Regression


Paper 182-2007:

 Torres, Pedro A. Macchiavelli , Raul


Marginal Interpretation of Subject-Specific Curves: Logistic-Normal Regression


Paper 183-2007:

 Cassell, David L.


Don't Be Loopy: Re-Sampling and Simulation the SAS® Way


Paper 184-2007:

 Leslie, R. Scott Thiebaud, Patrick


Using Propensity Scores to Adjust for Treatment Selection Bias


Paper 185-2007:

 Coca-Perraillon, Marcelo


Local and Global Optimal Propensity Score Matching


Paper 186-2007:

 Blood, Emily Spratt, Kevin F.


Disagreement on Agreement: Two Alternative Agreement Coefficients


Paper 187-2007:

 Mandrekar, Jayawant N. Mandrekar, Sumithra J. Cha, Stephen S.


SAS® Macros for Assessing the Symmetry of a Data Set


Paper 188-2007:

 Chung, St. Clare Groulx, Adrienne Moon, Kyung-hee (Kelly)


Using SAS® to Determine Sample Sizes for Traditional Two-Stage and Adaptive Two-Stage Phase II Cancer Clinical Trial Designs


Paper 189-2007:

 Jonsson Funk, Michele Westreich, Daniel Davidian, Marie Wiesen, Chris


Introducing a SAS® Macro for Doubly Robust Estimation


Paper 190-2007:

 Ramirez, Jose G. Tobias, Randall D.


Split and Conquer! Using SAS/QC® to Design Quality into Complex Manufacturing Processes


Paper 191-2007:

 Fernandez, George C.


Model Selection in PROC MIXED—A User-Friendly SAS® Macro Application


Paper 192-2007:

 Thompson, David M.


Latent Class Analysis in SAS®—Promise, Problems, and Programming


Paper 193-2007:

 Heath, Dan


New SAS/GRAPH® Procedures for Creating Statistical Graphics in Data Analysis


Paper 243-2007:

 Wicklin, Rick


An Introduction to SAS® Stat Studio: A Programmable Successor to SAS/INSIGHT®



Systems Architecture

Paper 194-2007:

 Raithel, Michael A.


A Simple Chargeback System for SAS® Applications Running on UNIX and Linux Servers


Paper 195-2007:

 Dosani, Faisal


Two Heads Are Better Than One – Getting the Most Out of Multiprocessing


Paper 196-2007:

 Pohl, Gerhardt Forst, Fred R. Widel, Mario Burger, Thomas H.


Pipes and Threads: Performance Testing of Advanced Scalability Features in SAS®9


Paper 197-2007:

 Chanda, Somantak


A Throughput-Intensive Compute and Storage Grid Using SAS® Grid Manager


Paper 198-2007:

 Chew, Maureen E.


Zebra, Zamboni, Zen and the art of ZFS - A SAS® 9 on Solaris 10 Performance Comparison


Paper 199-2007:

 Hatcher, Diane Matz, Ken


Best Practices for SAS®9 Metadata Administration


Paper 200-2007:

 Christenson, Paul High, Jerry


How Shall We Secure the BI Enterprise?


Paper 201-2007:

 Churchill, Alan K.


AJAX and SAS®: Smooth Web Applications


Paper 202-2007:

 Cornell, Kevin Bretz, Michael


"Ins" and "Outs" of Installing and Configuring the SAS® Enterprise BI Server at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota


Paper 203-2007:

 Crevar, Margaret A. Brown, Tony


Ensuring You Have the Proper Resources for Your SAS®9 Applications


Paper 204-2007:

 Hall, Angela M. Zenick, Ben S.


“Development, Test, Production … Oh My!” Making It to the Land of Oz (also known as a satisfied IT Department) Using SAS®9 and Business Processes


Paper 205-2007:

 Nelson, Gregory S.


Architecting SAS® in a Modern World: Best Practices for Design, Configuration, and Management of SAS®9


Paper 206-2007:

 Hall, Angela M. Henderson, Donald J. Kelley, Joe Leveille, John Miller, J. Philip


Panel Discussion – It's the Server, Stupid




Paper 207-2007:

 Nelson, Gregory S.


Introduction to SAS®9 Business Intelligence—A Tutorial


Paper 208-2007:

 Whitlock, Ian


How to Think through the SAS® DATA Step


Paper 209-2007:

 Virgile, Robert


The Most Important Efficiency Techniques


Paper 210-2007:

 Olinger, Chris Weeks, Tim


The "Ins" and "Outs" of SAS® Data Integration Studio


Paper 211-2007:

 Gilsen, Bruce F.


Tales from the Help Desk 2: Solutions for Common SAS® Mistakes


Paper 212-2007:

 Hall, Angela M. Miles, Brian O.


SAS® Information Map Studio and SAS® Web Report Studio—A Tutorial


Paper 213-2007:

 Gupta, Sunil K.


WHERE vs. IF Statements—Knowing the Difference in How and When to Apply


Paper 214-2007:

 Hall, Angela M. Miles, Brian O.


SAS® Information Delivery Portal—A Tutorial


Paper 215-2007:

 Rossland, Eric


Building Reports with SAS® Web Report Studio


Paper 216-2007:

 Scerbo, Marge


Everyone Needs "a Raise" (Arrays)


Paper 217-2007:

 Cody, Ronald


An Introduction to SAS® Character Functions


Paper 218-2007:

 Pratter, Frederick E.


SAS® Enterprise Guide® and Stored Processes


Paper 219-2007:

 Smith, Kevin D.


The Output Delivery System (ODS) from Scratch


Paper 220-2007:

 Kuligowski, Andrew T.


Easy Come, Easy Go—Interactions between the DATA Step and External Files


Paper 221-2007:

 Smith, Kevin D.


PROC TEMPLATE Tables from Scratch


Paper 222-2007:

 Choate, Paul A. Dunn, Toby


The Power of the BY Statement


Paper 223-2007:

 Cassell, David L.


The Basics of the PRX Functions


Paper 224-2007:

 Karp, Andrew H.




Paper 225-2007:

 Gebhart, Eric


ODS Markup, Tagsets, and Styles! Taming ODS Styles and Tagsets


Paper 226-2007:

 Bilenas, Jonas V.


Using SAS® Dates and Times—A Tutorial


Paper 227-2007:

 Gebhart, Eric


ODS and Office Integration


Paper 228-2007:

 Bessler, LeRoy


Get the Best Out of SAS/GRAPH® and ODS


Paper 229-2007:

 DelGobbo, Vince


Creating Multi-Sheet Excel Workbooks the Easy Way with SAS®


Paper 230-2007:

 Bilenas, Jonas V.


Making Sense of PROC TABULATE (updated for SAS®9)


Paper 231-2007:

 Douglass, Larry W.


Learning What You Didn’t Know about Your Data


Paper 232-2007:

 Miles, Brian O. Zenick, Ben S.


Beyond the Basics: Advanced OLAP Techniques


Paper 233-2007:

 Fu, I-Kong


SAS® Enterprise BI Server Integration with Microsoft Office


Paper 234-2007:

 Lavery, Russ


An Animated Guide: PROC TRANSPOSE


Paper 235-2007:

 Eberhardt, Peter W. Brill, Ilene K.


How Do I Look It Up If I Don't Know How to Spell It? An Introduction to SAS® DICTIONARY Tables


Paper 236-2007:

 Karp, Andrew H.


Getting the Most from PROC MEANS


Paper 237-2007:

 Pass, Ray Davis, Michael L. Dickstein, Craig


DATA Step vs. PROC SQL—What’s a Neophyte to Do?


Paper 238-2007:

 Whitlock, Ian


Macro Bugs—How to Create, Avoid, and Destroy Them


Paper 239-2007:

 Rhodes, Dianne Louise


Talking to Your RDBMS Using SAS/ACCESS®


Paper 240-2007:

 Williams, Christianna S.


Using PROC FORMAT for Data Validation and Clean-Up


Paper 241-2007:

 Raithel, Michael A.


Process Your SAS® Data Sets Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere—You Choose with SAS/CONNECT®


Paper 242-2007:

 Carpenter, Art


Advanced PROC REPORT—Doing More in the Compute Block