Golden Horseshoe SAS User Group (GHSUG)
Thank you for visiting the GHSUG (Golden Horseshoe SAS Users Group) website. GHSUG provides SAS users in the Hamilton and Niagara Region areas a great opportunity to share experiences, exchange ideas, and promote the learning spirit of using SAS.
The next GHSUG meeting will be held in Spring 2015, please keep checking in for details closer to that time.
We are always looking for user presentations for upcoming User Group meetings. This is an excellent opportunity to not only share your knowledge and your experience with your peers, but to also get feedback and ideas on the work that you are doing with SAS.
For more information, please contact Matt Malczewski.
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Give a brief review of a SAS book listed on the website. By doing so, you are not only involved in the GHSUG meeting but you also receive a SAS book for free. If you are interested in finding out more, please contact Matt Malczewski.
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Update From SAS: Wally Theissen, SAS Canada (October 2014)
Database Management with SAS: Robin Zhao, TransUnion (October 2014)
SAS Global Forum - Horizontal Data Sorting: Justin Jia, TransUnion (October 2014)
Audit and Performance Management: Ahmad Damra, DenoLogix (October 2014)
SAS & Databases: Harry Droogendyk, Stratia Consulting Inc. (May 2014)
New in Foundation SAS for 9.4: Judy Orr Lawrence, SAS Canada (May 2014)
Building Effective Scorecards: Kirby Sinclair, Clear Cell (May 2014)
Proc du Jour - GRADAR: Lesley Harschnitz, ArcelorMittal (May 2014)
Data Value Management: Kirby Sinclair, Clear Cell (Spring 2013)
Proc de Jour Proc Transpose: Barry Hong, United States Steel Corp (May 2013)
Book Review: Divya Joshi, McMaster University (Spring 2013)
Proc Format Picture This: Judy Orr Lawrence, SAS Canada (Fall 2013)
Closing Reporting Projects: Lesley Harschnitz, Arcelor Mittal (October 2013)
Estimation of Sensitivity and Specificity of Cervical Cancer Screening Test: Multiple Authors (October 2012)
Proc du Jour - Box Plots: (May 2012)
Proc du Jour- Pareto: Pareto (October 2012)
ODS Graphics Designer: Barry Hong, United States Steel Corp. (October 2011)
Gathering Effective Requirements: Lesley Harschnitz, Arcelor Mittal (October 2011)
Matching for Money: Leslie Urquhart, Bell Canada (April 2011)
The Means Procedure in SAS EG: Sueheir Saddik, Bell Canada (April 2010)
Proc du Jour - Analysis for Linear Models: David Borth (April 2010)
SAS Desktop to EG Transition: Jim Burkhardt, US Steel Canada (April 2010)
Introduction of Logistic Regression and its use in Health Science Research: Jason Liu, Brock University (October 2010)
When the Cows Come Home and How Their Results are Analyzed: Melissa Nixon, Holstein Canada (April 2010)
Predictive Modeling with SAS Enterprise Miner Book Review: Martin Pomaranski, Citi Cards Canada (April 2010)
SAS Programming for Enterprise Guide Users: Urquhart (2010)
Report Delivery through Stored Processes & Microsoft Add-in: Debbie Weisensee, McMaster University (October 2010)
Customized Excel Output Using the Excel Libname: Harry Droogendyk, Stratia Consulting Inc. (April 2009)
Proc Compare: Lesley Harschnitz, ArcelorMittal (October 2009)
Enhancing Client Comprehension: Craig McCulloch
Using Decision Tree Analysis in Enrolment Management: Don Curzon, Sheridan Institute of Technology
Some Issues when Analyzing the Impact of Interaction: Jian Liu, Brock University
Using SAS to Analyze Data: Nadia Akseer, Brock University
BASE SAS 9.1 Procedures Guide Book Review: Samantha Hajna, Brock University
Survival Analysis Using SAS Book Review: Chad Tosevski