E Malthouse

In this interview, Edward C Malthouse talks about the most valuable tips or strategies that are necessary to become a top SAS Programmer. With a Ph.D. is in statistics, he has a strong background in applying statistics to data mining methodologies, neural networks and...

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Sharon Torrence

My book is called “A Recipe for Success Using SAS, University Edition, how to plan your first analytics project.” So the premise of the book is to walk you through how to use SAS, basically introduces you to SAS University Edition if you've never used it before and...

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Lora Cecere

Interview with Lora Cecere, SAS Book Author Question 1 Can you please tell us a bit about career path and any publications and professional communications? Lora Cecere Well, thank you for the time today. I started my career as a chemical engineer and worked in...

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Richard Zink

Richard Zink, Ph D , SAS Book Author Female speaker So today we have Richard Zink who we are interviewing. Richard, could you please tell us a bit about your career path and any publications and professional accomplishments you’d like to tell us about? Richard Zink...

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Philip Miller

Interview with Prof. Philip Miller, Ph.D, SAS GURU Question 1 Can you please tell us about your career path and any publications or professional communications? Prof. Philip Miler Well, that's a pretty wide-ranging question. I guess my career path started actually you...

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Simon Tian

Interview with Simon Tian, SAS Expert Question 1 Can you please tell us a bit about your career path and any publications or professional communications? Simon Tian  I love SAS. I've been using SAS many years. I've got a medical background back in China and after I...

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Sanket Sinojia

  Yes sure,Let me start it with some brief history, I have completed my under-graduated in Science in 2007, (like 11 years back). Then I decided to join a pharmaceutical sciences for my graduation, before joining there was like 3 months of vacation so I decided...

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Mark Jordan

Well, I probably have one of the strangest life of any SAS programmer i know. I grew up in northeast-brazil, my mom and dad were baptist missionary and I didn’t come to the US until I was about 15 years old, but I've had a fascination with technology since I was a...

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Allan Bowe

Interview with Allan Bowe, SAS Expert Allan Bowe is founder and chair of the SAS User Group for UK and Ireland (SUGUKI) and regularly presents at SAS forums worldwide. He’s also the mind behind the recently launched sasensei.com game, an educational and fiercely...

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Sunil K. Gupta

Summary In this interview, SAS programmer Sunil Gupta talks about applying his programming mathematical skills in the in the medical field in areas of computer applications in the medical field, and medical device industry, and got involved in clinical studies, which...

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Art Carpenter

Art Carpenter is a top SAS programmer and author of five books. In this interview, he talks about his beginning with a Masters in Statistics and his path to begin using SAS first in 1977. Throughout his time as an independent consultant, he wrote the books. He did a...

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Marje Fetch

How to become a Top SAS programmer by Marje Fetch, SAS GURU In this interview, top SAS Programmer Marje Fecht shares some of the best tips, strategies, and techniques for becoming a top SAS programmer. There are three areas of focus she recommend potential programmers...

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A Tabachneck

Interview Arthur S Tabachneck, Ph D, SAS GURU In this interview with top SAS programmer Arthur S Tabachneck, Tabachneck discusses some of the most valuable tips, techniques, and strategies required to become a top SAS programmer. First and foremost, he suggests you...

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Susan Slaughter

This is an interview with SAS Guru Susan. She learned SAS in graduate school at North Carolina State University. She earned a Master of Science in cognitive” developmental psychology with a minor in statistics. She is the co-author of The Little SAS Book, which is now...

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DAVE A. DICKEY

Dave A Dickey is a SAS Book Author hailing from Cincinnati, Ohio. Along with Professor Wayne Fuller, he developed the Dickey-Fuller test, which has been cited 45,000 times in scientific literature. He has worked at both the NC State University Department of Statistics...

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Ron Fehd

Interview with Ron Fehd, SAS Guru In this interview, we speak with Ronald Fehd, who possesses a B.S. in computer science. He began contributing to SAS the spring of 1997 and as of 2017, he has published 40 articles on the subject. In the interview, Ronald Fehd talks...

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Jay Jacob WIND

Funny you should ask that because I have the 3 rules tagged to my door at my office. First one is never give up. We’ve invented so many ways to get SAS to do exactly what we wanted it to do. But your probably familiar with the cartoon of the pelican that’s eating the...

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Calling SAS users

Calling all SAS users with: -10+ years experience -Publications in the field -Certification Share your expertise in an interview, to the benefit of many! Please contact DataSteps, the Blog dedicated to Data Science using SAS. Knowledge is power – by sharing your...

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Geert’s Interview

Geert Molenberghs got his start in mathematics, but quickly switched to statistics and eventually obtained a Ph.D. with a focus in medical statistics. His work includes longitudinal data, repeated measures on one, incomplete data, missing data, categorical data, and...

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Roger’s Interview

How to become a Top SAS Programmer by Roger DeAngelis, SAS GURU Roger has a Bachelors degree in Math from the University of Vermont and a Masters Degree in Statistics from Penn State University. Rogers primary interest over the last 50 years has been the psychology of...

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Tricia Aanderud

Summary Tricia Aanderud is an enthusiastic SAS BI leader who is passionate about empowering companies with #data #visualization and data #science ideas and #methods. As co-author of three SAS BI focused books ("Introduction to SAS Visual Analytics", "The 50 Keys to...

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Kara Keller

Why Proc Mixed is Kara's favorite SAS Procedure? Kara Keller, a SAS user, is a Statistician in Health care company. She has the theoretical and practical training and research experience in conducting statistical analysis such as logistic regression, survival...

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