Victoria SAS Users Group (SUAVe)
The semi-annual SUAVe meetings offer presentations, discussions and networking opportunities which can help Victoria-area SAS users get the most out of their SAS software. Meetings are always free to attend.
The next SUAVe meeting will take place on May 26th, 2015, at the University of Victoria Cadboro Commons Building (3800 Finnerty Rd). A detailed agenda and oppotunity to register will be posted as soon as they become available.
If you would like to be notified of upcoming SAS User Group Meetings in Victoria, please subscribe to the Victoria SAS User Group Distribution List.
Join the Team!
The Executive team is looking to looking to build an enthusiastic and dedicated Executive team for the Victoria Users Group. Please see the Executive team Roles and Responsibilities to learn more about these opportunities.
If you are interested in finding out more or how you can help out, please contact Peter Ott.
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SQL Challenges -SAS & Oracle: Joel Choy (November 2012)
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SAS (speed) Dates: Mike Atkinson, Acko Systems Consulting Inc. (November 2012)
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Nonparametric Regression: Peter Ott (2012)
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Nonlinear Mixed Effect Models: Gord Nigh, Ministry of Forests and Range (2011)
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