Section  Author  Title
Analytics & Statistics Ake Christopher Survival Analysis with PHREG: Using MI and MIANALYZE to Accommodate Missing Data
Click to download zip file with all papers in this section Dagis Andrew A Discussion of SAS®’s %CUMINCID Macro for Generating Cumulative Incidence Curves in Cases of Competing Risk in Survival Analysis
De Mars AnnMaria Data Visualization: “Every Picture Tells a Story” or “Putting Atomic Numbers on Your Socks” ?
Derby Nate Graphing a Progression of Time Series Plots
Hobbs Gerry Decision Trees as a Predictive Modeling Method
Kincaid Charles SGPANEL: Telling the Story Better
Lin Joey Planned Contrasts and Post Hoc Tests in MANOVA Made Easy
Martin Kathryn Dummy Coding for Dummies
Matange Sanjay Clinical Graphs using ODS Graphics
Pasta David Those Confounded Interactions: Building and Interpreting a Model with Many Potential Confounders and Interactions
Powers Keiko PROC MEANS versus PROC SQL for Descriptive Statistics Generation of Weighted Data
Rodriguez Robert The Next Generation: SAS/STAT® 9.22
Shiang Keh-Dong 101 Applications of Multivariate Statistical Procedures: PRINCOMP, CLUSTER, DISCRIM in SAS® 9.2
Suhr Diana Answering Your Research Questions with Descriptive Statistics
Suhr Diana Answering Your Research Questions with Inferential Statistics
Wicklin Rick Rediscovering SAS/IML® Software: Modern Data Analysis for the Practicing Statistician
Applications Development Benjamin Jr William Yes! SAS® ExcelXP WILL NOT Create a Microsoft Excel® Graph; But SAS® Users Can Command Microsoft Excel® to Automatically Create Graphs From SAS® ExcelXP Output
Click to download zip file with all papers in this section Cheng Wei Using the SAS® Windowing Environment for Program Development
  Desgrousilliers Marc Creating a Patient Profile using CDISC SDTM
  Flavin Justina Strategies for Developing and Delivering an Effective Online SAS® Programming Course
  Gicqueau Ale An Excel Framework to Convert Clinical Data to CDISC SDTM Leveraging SAS® Technology
  Harrington Dale Fuzzy Hierarchical Merge Algorithm with Boundary Conditions
  Lafler Kirk An Introduction to SAS® Hash Programming Techniques
  Li Arthur Get a Grip on Macros in Just 50 Minutes!
  Parker Chevell A SAS® Output Delivery System Menu for All Appetites and Applications
  Parker Chevell Using SAS® Output Delivery System (ODS) Markup to Generate Custom PivotTable and PivotChart Reports
  Penix DJ Seamless Web Data Entry for SAS® Applications
  Perry Joe Listening to the Voice of the Customer when Deploying  Your Application: Using SAS© and Design Methodologies to Create a Pleasing User Installation Experience
  Perry Joe Automating the Installation and Operational Qualifications of Your SAS® Applications with the SAS System
  Redelings Matthew Query Creation Wizards using SAS®/IntrNet
  Shapiro Mira Point-and-Click Programming Using SAS® Enterprise Guide®
  Tikoo Nalin Automation of ‘makefile’ for Use in Clinical Development
  Truong Sy Analyzing Social Media Tweets with SAS®
  Truong Sy SAS® Conference iPhone® App
Business Intelligence Choy Justin Take a Whirlwind Tour Around SAS® 9.2
Click to download zip file with all papers in this section Kincaid Charles Applied Revolutionary Business Intelligence
Perkinson Jeff SAS® Technology Architecture from a JMP® Perspective
Rodriguez Robert It’s All about Variation: Improving Your Business Process with Statistical Thinking
Truong Sy SAS® Data and Stored Process on BlackBerry®
Coders' Corner Barbalau Iuliana LOCF-Different Approaches, Same Results Using LAG Function, RETAIN Statement, and ARRAY Facility
Click to download zip file with all papers in this section Beck Sara An Introduction to Statistical Tests for the SAS® Programmer
  Beery Faith Expanding Treatment Start and Stop Dates into a Daily Account of Treatment Exposure
  Benjamin Jr William You Use SAS®, Your Boss Uses Excel. Guess Where Your Results Are Going to Appear! Using ODS to Create Your Results in Excel
  Carpenter Art Your Age In People Years: Not All Formulas Are the Same
  DeMars Annmaria Moving from Windows to Super-computing: The 5% Solution
  Derby Nate Using Recursion for More Convenient Macros
  Efird Jimmy Blocked Randomization with Randomly Selected Block Sizes: A Flexible SAS Macro
  Farris Jason Working with SAS® Hash Objects: Automation, Tips and Pitfalls
  Fogleman Stanley New Dogs and Old Tricks Part II: Using the SELECT statement and FLAGS to Streamline your Code
  Galligan Olena Creating Variables: Traps and Pitfalls
  Huang Qiwen Calculate the Area Above and/or Below a Given Reference Line Using SAS® Data Steps
  Kilburn Julie Emailing Automated Notification of Errors in a Batch SAS® Program
  Lafler Kirk Simple Rules to Remember When Working with Indexes 
  Lafler Kirk You Could Be A SAS® Nerd If . . .
  Lujan John SAS® and Scripts:  Two Great Tasks That Task Great Together
  Miller Ethan One Flip, Two Flip, Fat File, Flat File
  Miralles Romain Choosing the Best Method to Create an Excel Report
  Penix DJ Seamless Dynamic Web Reporting with SAS®
  Rozhetskin Dmitry Choosing the Best Way to Store and Manipulate Lists in SAS
  Tikoo Nalin Essential Project Management Reports in Clinical Development
  Truong Sy Patient Profile Reports on iPhone and iPad
  Truong Sy Validating and Migrating SAS® 9.13 to 9.2
  Van Campen James Introduction to Office Open XML for SAS® Programmers 
  Walsh Irina Pros and Cons of Interactive SAS® Mode vs. Batch Mode
  Wood Jefferson Macros for Managing Messy Data: Handling Duplicate Study Participants, and Making Fuzzy Matches Across Multiple Data Sets
  Xiao Lan Use RETAIN Statement and LAG Function to Indentify Consecutively Repeated Conditions
Data Presentation DelGobbo Vince An Introduction to Creating Multi-Sheet Microsoft Excel Workbooks the Easy Way with SAS®
Click to download zip file with all papers in this section Haworth Lauren ODS Tips and Tricks
Heath, IV Cleester Creating Presentation-Quality ODS Graphics Output
Heath, IV Cleester Secrets of the SG Procedures
Smith Curtis Importing Excel Files Into SAS® Using DDE
Testa Deborah SAS® Reporting in English, ed anche in italiano: A Methodology for Creating Reports in Two Languages
Thornton Patrick Essential SAS® ODS PDF
Zender Cynthia SAS® Style Templates: Always in Fashion
Databases & Data Integration Hulett Denis Transitive Record Linkage in SAS® using SET / KEY= and MODIFY / POINT=
Click to download zip file with all papers in this section Kehder Matthias Analytical ETL
  Lafler Kirk Application of DICTIONARY Tables and SASHELP Views
  Smith Curtis Tips For Constructing a Data Warehouse Part 1
  Smith Curtis Tips For Constructing a Data Warehouse Part 2
  Thornton Patrick Check and Document Data Integrity with PROC DATASETS
  Wright Glenn Transitive Record Linkage in SAS® using Hash Objects
Hands-on Workshops Carpenter Art SAS/GRAPH® Elements You Should Know – Even If You Don’t Use SAS/GRAPH
Click to download zip file with all papers in this section Cheng Wei Key Elements to Develop SAS® Macros
DelGobbo Vince Traffic Lighting Your Multi-Sheet Microsoft Excel Workbooks the Easy Way with SAS®
Delwiche Lora Introduction to Summary Tables in SAS® Enterprise Guide®
Gupta Sunil Ready To Really Become Productive Using PROC SQL?
SAS Essentials Hands-on Workshop LeBouton Kimberly Getting Up to Speed with PROC REPORT
Matange Sanjay Using Graph Designer for High-Quality Graphs
Waller Jennifer How to Use Arrays and DO Loops:  Do I DO OVER or Do I DO i?
SAS Essentials Hands-on Workshop Waller Jennifer Statistical Analysis – The First Steps
Health Outcomes and Healthcare Research Methodologies Leslie R. Scott Get to Know Comparative Effectiveness Research; It's Here To Stay
Click to download zip file with all papers in this section Martin Kathryn Analyzing Data from Complex Samples Using PROC SURVEYFREQ in SAS® 9.2
  Millar Stefanie The Last Shall Be First: Matching Patients by Choosing the Least Popular First
  Palmer Joycelynne An Overview of Analytic Procedures Used in Observational Hematopoietic Cell Transplant Studies
  Short Sarah Mix-and-Match: Mixed Models for Analyzing Binary Outcomes with Matched Samples
  ter Veer Anna Survival 101: Reporting Survival Curves Using Sample Data from the Colorectal Cancer Outcomes Database
  Waller Jennifer Where's the Match? Matching Cases and Controls after Data Collection
Posters Clarke Christina A SAS® Macro To Fit Parametric And Semi-Parametric SCCS Models
Click to download zip file with all papers in this section Daras Joffrey Managing Systems Projects with ClinAction
Fan Frank Normalized Editchecks Automated Tracking (N.E.A.T.)
Fernandez George A New and Simpler Way to Compute Body's "Maximum Weight Limit"
Fernandez Ryan Evaluating the Effectiveness of a Calcium Nutrition Educational Intervention for Middle School Students in Nevada using SAS®
Hu Bing A SAS®/IntrNet Based Application to Enhance the Efficiency and Productivity of a Company
Lassman Doug Lean Sigma for Process Improvement – Overview and Implementation
Le Rebecca Logit-based Neutral Zone Classification Algorithm with Application to Microbial Community Profiling
Perez-Lizarraga Gerardo Getting Started with SAS® OnDemand for Academics: Enterprise Miner
Ragavan Anpalaki Mathematical Programming for Surface Complexation Modeling Using SAS®
Ragavan Anpalaki Statistical Modeling of the Mechanical Behavior of Spring, Mass and Damper Assembly Using SAS®
Sevick Carter SAS® Arrays, Both Implicit and Explicit
Smith Denise Strategies for Building and Utilizing an Integrated Safety Database Using SAS®
SAS Essentials Workshop Cantrell Casey Habits that Help: Developing Good Programming Style
Click to download zip file with all papers in this section Cody Ron An Introduction to SAS® Character Functions
  Council Kathy At Your Service: Your Roadmap to Support from SAS®
  De Mars AnnMaria From Novice to Intermediate in (Approximately) Sixty Minutes: I. Functions, Programming and Processing – the Power to Choose
  DeMars Annmaria From Novice to Intermediate in (Approximately) Sixty Minutes: II. SAS® Procedures Beyond the Basics
  DeMars Annmaria From Novice to Intermediate in (Approximately) Sixty Minutes: III. Presentation
SAS Essentials Hands-on Workshop LeBouton Kimberly Getting Up to Speed with PROC REPORT
  Raithel Michael PROC DATASETS; The Swiss Army Knife of SAS® Procedures
SAS Essentials Hands-on Workshop Waller Jennifer Statistical Analysis – The First Steps
Tutorials Allen Richard Practical Uses of the DOW Loop
Click to download zip file with all papers in this section Carpenter Art PROC TABULATE: Getting Started
Carroll Nikki Everything You Need to Know About Writing a Paper and Presenting it at WUSS
Cody Ron Longitudinal Data Techniques: Looking Across Observations
Haworth Lauren ODS RTF: the Basics and Beyond
Kuligowski Andrew The Building Blocks of SAS®  Datasets – S-M-U  (Set, Merge, and Update)
Lafler Kirk Base-SAS® Tips, Tricks and Techniques
LeBouton Kimberly HELP, My SAS® Program isn't Working:  Where to Turn When You Need Help
Leslie R. Scott Building Reports and Documents in SAS® Enterprise Guide 4.2®:  How to Create a Single Document from Multiple Reports and Tasks
Li Arthur Get a Grip on Arrays in Just 50 Minutes!
Villacorte Renato What Every SAS® Programmer Should Know: Importing Files
Wicklin Rick An Introduction to SAS/IML® Studio for SAS/STAT® Users
Zender Cynthia Proc REPORT Tutorial