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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Happy New Year

In a world where learning from one another is instrumental, we continue to achieve more and more. Analytics, artificial intelligence, big data, data science and machine learning have all played big roles in 2017. What new and exciting trends will emerge and develop in...

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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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Sunil Gupta

How to become a Top SAS Programmer By Sunil K. Gupta, SAS Books Author Sunil K. Gupta, a Principal consultant, has been a SAS user since 1992. His impressive list of publications includes 2 books. He is specialized in teaching and mentoring CDISC and SAS Programming....

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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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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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Happy New Year

In a world where learning from one another is instrumental, we continue to achieve more and more. Analytics, artificial intelligence, big data, data science and machine learning have all played big roles in 2017. What new and exciting trends will emerge and develop in...

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BIG DATA

BIG DATA FOR DUMMIES Definition “Big Data” refers to large, complex volumes of structured and unstructured business data from daily activities. These data can be too large for traditional data processing software to handle. Big data analytics is the process of...

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DATA INTEGRATION

DATA INTEGRATION FOR DUMMIES Definition Data integration involves the compilation of data from several sources into a unified output, thereby providing a comprehensive data set that is easy to understand. The compiled data may be of a technical or financial nature....

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DATA PROFILING

DATA PROFILING FOR DUMMIES Definition Data profiling involves the evaluation from an existing data source in order to collect statistics or summaries about the data. These statistics can be used to determine whether the data can be easily used for other purposes, such...

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Cure Models

What are cure models? Cure models are a special type of survival analysis model where it is assumed that there is a proportion of “Immune”, or “Cured “subjects, called generically as “Long-Term Survivors”. I.e.: those cured subjects will possibly not experience the...

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DATAVIZ

DATA VISUALIZATION FOR DUMMIES This is the representation of data in a graphical and more interactive form. The data which is usually abstract is represented in a form that is easy to comprehend. Data visualization adds aesthetics to the information that needs to be...

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Data Quality

DATA QUALITY FOR DUMMIES When data is retrieved, with no anomalies or alterations, then it is said to be in the desired quality intended. The desired quality is one which is useful for proper analysis, planning, and other intended purposes. Data quality is also...

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DAGs

Directed acyclic graph (DAG) is an effective means of presenting expert-knowledge assumptions when selecting adjustment variables in epidemiology. DAG is a graph which possesses orientation that runs from one vertex to another vertex. DAG is different from...

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Health Analytic

Health analytics or healthcare analytics as it is popularly called involves the use of a large chunk of data in improving the health service industry. The data needed for health analytic include; financial data, human resource data, supply chain data and...

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