VanSUG - Vancouver SAS Users group
Come out and join us for our semi-annual meeting. Learn all kinds of tips and tricks! Meetings are always free to attend.
The next VanSUG meeting will take place Wednesday, November 4th, 2015, at the at the BC Cancer Research Agency. A detailed agenda and an opportunity to register will be made available here as soon as possible. In the interim, please feel free to view the support resources tab as well as the presentation archive below.
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Update From SAS: Matt Joyce, SAS Canada (May 2015)
Automating Your Metadata Reporting: Darryl Prebble- Prebble Consulting, Rupinder Dhillon- Bell Canada (May 2015)
Basics of Proc Tabulate: Anky Lai, BC Cancer Agency (May 2015)
Competing Risk Survival Analysis SAS 9.4: Lovedeep Gondara, BC Cancer Agency (May 2015)
Tips for Advanced SAS Programming: Darryl Prebble, Prebble Consulting Inc. (May 2015)
Switching to Enterprise Guide: Pros/Cons: Guillaume Colley, BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS (May 2015)
Modeling Interactions and the Use of CONTRAST Statement: Huiru Dong, BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDs (May 2015)
Update From SAS: Matt Joyce, SAS Canada (2014)
Solve the Rubik's Cube using Proc IML: Jeremy Hamm, BC Cancer Agency (2014)
Estimating Drivers of Variability in BC Hydro: Dave Bonser, BC Hydro (2014)
Proc Means - the Friendliest Proc: Jayson H. Shurgold, Contagion Consulting Group (2014)
Proc SQL, the Data Step Killer: Mike Atkinson, Acko Systems Consulting Inc. (2014)
Investigate Your Data - 4 Powerful SAS Languages: Charu Shankar, SAS Canada (2014)
VA Drag and Drop: Matt Malczewski, SAS Canada (May 2013)
Using EG as MS SQL: Paullus Mau, BC Hydro (May 2013)
Topology Error Detection: Jing Dong, BC Hydro (November 2013)
What High Performance Means: Tim Trussell (November 2013)
Formatting ODS, PDF & PROC Report: Brooke Kinniburgh, Perinatal Services BC (2013)
"Anydate" Macro: Charlotte King & John Fleming, Alberta Health Services (2013)
Maps Using SAS Graph: Colleen McGahan, BC Cancer Agency (2013)
Tips and Tricks: Guillaume Colley, BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS (2013)
Facebook Demographics/User Stats: Harsh Kumar (2013)
Competing Risk Analysis: Lovedeep Gondara, BC Cancer Agency (2013)
Getting the Right Dates: Marje Fecht, Prowerk Consulting (2013)
Proc SQL Tips and Tricks: Suzanne Humphrey, The Rick Hansen Institute (2013)
Survival Analysis: Rajeev Kumar & Divya Varkey, Fisheries Center UBC (May 2012)
Transposing Data Arrays: Mei Chong, BC Centre for Disease Control (October 2012)
High Performance/Big Data: Charu Shankar, SAS Canada (November 2012)
BA in Healthcare: Colleen McGahan, BC Cancer Agency (2012)
Hash Tables: Dieter Ayers, Provincial Health Services Authority (2012)
3D Graphics and SAS: Jeremy Hamm, BC Cancer Agency (2012)
Survival Curves: Jeremy Hamm, BC Cancer Agency (2012)
Tips and Tricks Proc SQL: Suzanne Humphrey, The Rick Hansen Institute (2012)
Dummy Variables: Brian Sun, The Rick Hansen Institute (May 2011)
Demand Forecasting: Minghui Yang, Boeing (May 2011)
Payroll Model: Sharen Dhami, Ernest Urbanovich (May 2011)
SAS Tips: Rob Wilson (May 2011)
Business Analytics Forum: Jim Metcalf, SAS Canada (November 2011)
Shifting Paradigms: Jim Metcalf, SAS Canada (November 2011)
SAS 9.3 Support: Matt Malczewski, SAS Canada (November 2011)
Extracting Useful Data: Michael Wong, Telus (November 2011)
Customer Classification: Scott Albrechtsen, BC Hydro (November 2011)
BI Implementation: Chuck Mohamed, CM Solutions (2011)
Base SAS Report: Fareeza Khurshed, BC Cancer Agency (2011)
TOC using CSS: Fareeza Khurshed (2011)
Analytic Enterprise: James Waite, SAS Canada (2011)
New and Useful Cool Features EG 4.3: James Waite, SAS Canada (2011)
Analysis Rare Events: Nathaniel Derby, Stakana Analytics (2011)
Proc SQL: Nathaniel Derby, Stakana Analytics (November 2010)
Manual to Automatic: Arthur Carpenter, California Occidental Consultants (2010)
Survival Analysis: Arthur Carpenter, California Occidental Consultants (2010)
Means/Summary Procedure: Arthur Carpenter, California Occidental Consultants (2010)
Logistic Process: Colleen McGrahan, BC Cancer Agency (2010)
Future of Business Analytics: David Dobson (2010)
SAS Graph: Rajeez Kumar, University of British Columbia (October 2009)
Base SAS Tips: Rob Wilson (October 2009)
What's New with Statistics in SAS 9.2: Sylvain Tremblay, SAS Canada (October 2009)
SAS 9.2 Tips and Tricks: Sylvain Tremblay, SAS Canada (October 2009)
Multiple Linear Regression: Colleen McGahan, BC Cancer Agency (2009)
SAS Program Running You?: Marje Fecht, Prowerk Consulting (2009)
Correct Results with PROC REG: Nathaniel Derby, Stakana Analytics