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Dear Readers,

The SAS Users Groups events that I was honored to attend in 2012 were my favorite events of the year. Thank you to the SAS Global Forum, IFSUG, NESUG, SESUG and MWSUG conference organizers for having me. I learned so much. I'm really looking forward to seeing you all at next year's user events.

In preparation for that, here are three articles to help you get funding for the trip:

I'll see you next year!

Waynette Tubbs
Editor, SAS Tech Report
What's New
Tune in, Weigh in, But Stand Back, It's Stat Wars! »
SAS Training instructors Danny Modlin and Marc Huber debate the best way to compare average SAT scores by gender. Watch and vote for who you think has the best solution!
New for 2013 SAS Global Forum Registration! »
It's time to register for SAS Global Forum. For the first time, you can register for the full conference OR a one-day pass? And, the Opening Night dinner is included in a full conference registration
Tips & Techniques
Implementing a SAS® 9.3 Enterprise BI Server Deployment in Microsoft Windows Operating Environments (PDF) »
This paper explains how to install and configure the SAS® Enterprise BI Server using a standard SAS Enterprise BI Server, one machine, JBoss deployment plan.
Relieving Encoding Drama »
The number of issues programmers run into when coding can be infinite. Manfred Kiefer's SAS® Encoding: Understanding the Details answers the often-heard question, "Why don't my characters display correctly and what can I do about it?"
BI Has Gone Mobile »
With all of the buzz about SAS® Mobile BI for use with Visual Analytics, a lot of people don't realize that SAS offers a mobile solution for SAS® Web Report Studio. A new release of Roambi ES for SAS was recently released.
Cody's Collection of Popular SAS Programming Tasks and How to Tackle Them »
In his latest book, Cody covers some often-used programming tasks that you can use as presented or modify to fit your own programs.
Webcasts & Events

Best Practices for Configuring Your IO Subsystem for SAS®9 Applications
On demand

PharmaSUG 2013
May 12-15
Chicago, IL

SAS Global Forum 2013
April 28
San Francisco, CA
How Do You Model That?
Attend Multilevel Modeling of Hierarchical and Longitudinal Data Using SAS® and learn how to identify complex relationships within your multilevel data. Register today for a public course or enjoy the classroom experience right at your desktop, the choice is yours.
New Course for Fraud Administrators, Analysts »
Learn how to use SAS Financial Crimes Monitor, a component of SAS Fraud Framework. This course covers use of the Financial Crimes Monitor interface, as well as understanding the tasks that must be completed before and after using the interface.
SAS Users Connecting
Way to Go! »
In November, Art Tabachneck hit a milestone in; he has attained 10,000 points. He also has reached the Master level. Tabachneck got the points and the level by asking questions and delivering answers to community members. is a great place to get your SAS software and administration answers.
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