GHSUG - Golden Horseshoe SAS User Group
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 Spring, 2014. A detailed agenda and an opportunity to register will be made available as soon as possible.
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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.
There are other opportunities to become involved. For example, you can 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 Debbie Weisensee. If you would like to be notified of upcoming SAS User Group Meetings in the Golden Horseshoe area, please SUBSCRIBE to the GHSUG Distribution List.
- News from SAS - Wally Thiessen, SAS Canada (Fall 2013) **NEW!!
- Graphing Techniques in Regression Analysis - Divya Joshi, McMaster University (Fall 2013) **NEW!!
- Analysis of Clinical Trials Using SAS: A Practical Guide Book Report - Sachin Mehta, Brock University (Fall 2013) **NEW!!
- Proc du Jour: Enterprise Guide Format Task/Proc Format - Judy Orr Lawrence, SAS Canada (Fall 2013) **NEW!!
- Closing Reporting Projects - Lesley Harschnitz, ArcelorMittal Dofasco (Fall 2013) **NEW!!
- SAS Update - Matt Malczewski, SAS Canada (Spring 2013)
- A Data Value Management Primer - Kirby Sinclair, Clearcell Group (Spring 2013)
- Book Review: 'Generalized Linear and Nonlinear Models for Correlated Data' - Divya Joshi, McMaster University (Spring 2013)
- Proc du Jour: Proc Transpose - Barry Hong, US Steel (Spring 2013)
- SAS Visual Analytics: Learning to Love the Drag and Drop - Matt Malczewski, SAS Canada (Spring 2013)
- SAS Update & Support Options - Matt Malczewski, SAS Canada (Fall 2012)
- NESUG Update - Kirby Sinclair, ClearCell Group (Fall 2012)
- Reading Sharepoint List Data Using SAS - Harry Droogendyk, Stratia Consulting Inc. (Fall 2012)
- Proc du Jour: Pareto - Lesley Harschnitz, ArcelorMittal Dofasco (Fall 2012)
- Estimation of Sensitivity & Specificity of Cervical Cancer Screening Test - Amidu Raifu, Brock University (Fall 2012)
- SAS Text Analytics: How to Make Sure You Are Not Missing the Point - Tim Trussell, SAS Canada (Fall 2012)
- SAS Update - Mark Morreale, SAS Canada (May 2012)
- Business Intelligence at Sheridan Institute - Evelyn Shoemaker, Sheridan Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning (Spring 2012)
- Arrays: Data Step Efficiencies - Harry Droogendyk, Stratia Consulting (Spring 2012)
- Proc du Jour: Box Plots - Bill Droogendyk, ArcelorMittal Dofasco (Spring 2012)
- Cleansing Mailing Addresses Using Data Management Studio: The Next Generation of dfPower Studio - Barb Crowther, SAS Canada (Spring 2012)
- SAS 9.3 & SAS Support Options - Matt Malczewski, SAS Canada (October 2011)
- ODS Graphics Designer - Barry Hong, US Steel (October 2011)
- Proc du Jour: Proc Formats - Bill Droogendyk, ArcelorMittal Dofasco (October 2011)
- Gathering Effective Requirements - Lesley Harschnitz, ArcelorMittal Dofasco (October 2011)
- What's New at SAS - Kerry Blanchard, SAS Canada (April 2011)
- Matching for Money with DataFlux - Leslie Urquhart, Bell Canada (April 2011)
- The Means Procedure - Sueheir Saddik, Bell Canada (April 2011)
- Creating Stored Processes with Dynamic, Cascading Prompts - Harry Droogendyk, Stratia Consulting (April 2011)
- SAS & Social Media: What's in it for me?! – Matt Malczewski, SAS Canada (October 2010)
- Logistic regression and its use in health science research – Jason Liu, Brock University (October 2010)
- Stored Processes – Debbie Weisensee, McMaster University (October 2010)
- What's New At SAS - Matt Malczewski, SAS Canada (April 2010)
- SAS Desktop to Enterprise Guide Transition – from the Experienced SAS User's Perspective – Jim Burkhardt, U.S. Steel Canada (April 2010)
- Proc de Jour - Proc MIXED - David Borth, University of Guelph (April 2010)
- When the Cows Come Home and How We Analyze Their Results - Melissa Nixon, Holstein Association of Canada (April 2010)
- Book Review: 'Predictive Modeling with SAS Enterprise Miner: Practical Solutions for Business Applications' (Sarma, Kattamuri, Ph.D) - Martin Pomaranski, Citi Cards Canada (April 2010)
- An update from SAS – Matthew Malczewski, SAS Canada
- Book Review: Base SAS 9.1 Procedures Guide – Samantha Hajna
- Proc Compare – Lesley Harschnitz, Arcelormittal
- SAS Customer Reference Program – Martha Casanova, SAS Canada
- Using Statistical Analysis in SAS to Answer Research Questions – Nadia Askeer, Brock University
- Running a Stored Process by Querying Metadata Server – Ian Ghent, Bell Canada
- An Update From SAS – Belinda Bank, SAS Canada
- Customized Excel Output Using Excel Libname – Harry Droogendyk, Stratia Consulting Inc.
- Book Review: SAS Programming for Enterprise Guide Users – Leslie Urquhart, Bell Canada
- Issues When Analyzing the Impact of Interaction – Jason Liu, Brock University
- Book Review: Survival Analysis Using SAS, A Practical Guide – Chad Tosevski, Brock University
- Using Decision Tree Analysis to Manage Enrolment - Don Curzon from Sheridan Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning
- Move Your DOT – Measuring Mortality in Hospitals – Mark Morreale, Joseph Brant Memorial Hospital
- PROC GREPLAY – Barry Hong, US Steel Canada
- Pruning the SASLOG – Andy Kuligowski, the Nielsen Company
- What To Do When You Have Your Data – Sort Of (Data Step – Tricks & Tips) - Lesley Harschnitz, ArcelorMittal
- Auto-Swag – Jim Burkhardt, USS Canada
- Data Visualization - Designing Effective Graphs and Tables - Bill Droogendyk, Dofasco, Hamilton, ON
- JMP for Business Analysis - Kristen Palmer, Canadian Tire Bank (Fall 2007)
- Traffic Lighting – Enhancing Client Comprehension - Craig McCulloch, Hamilton Steel
- SAS Global Forum 2007 Update - Lesley Harschnitz, Dofasco (Spring 2007)
- Introduction to the GLIMMIX Procedure - Tim Trussell, SAS Canada (Spring 2007)
- SAS Financial Management 4.3 - Pierrette Legault, SAS Canada (Spring 2007)
- ODS PDF "Tips and Tricks" - Barry Hong, Hamilton Steel (Spring 2007)
- SAS BI Overview - James Waite, SAS Canada (Fall 2006)
- Techie Tips - Bill Droogendyk, Dofasco (Fall 2006)
- Introduction to SAS Enterprise Guide - Lori Rothenburg, SAS USA (Fall 2006)
- SAS Forecasting - Craig Carothers, SAS Canada (Fall 2006)
- SAS Canada Update - Tim Trussell, SAS Canada (Fall 2006)