On-Demand Webinar

Custom Tasks in SAS Studio


About the webinar

SAS programmers can edit predefined tasks and easily create their own custom tasks.

In this session you will learn:

  • What SAS Studio Tasks are
  • The basics of the underlying XML – that gives you the ability to create your own web-based reports without being a web developer
  • Getting started \ Resources that can help you with building your own custom tasks

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About the Experts

Niall Larkin
Data Scientist at SAS

Niall is a new addition to the SAS workforce, recently graduating from the customer advisory programme in Cary, NC. Prior to joining SAS Niall was studying an undergrad in Computer Science at the University of Essex, which he graduated from in 2019.

During his first months at SAS Niall has worked alongside some of the largest organisations within the UK showcasing his strong technical and consulting abilities.

Niall works within the Data science team, mainly focusing on analytics, cloud computing and computer vision.

Steve Ludlow
Data Scientist
SAS UK & Ireland

Steve has significant SAS expertise gained from over 29 years at SAS. He has during this time engaged with most of the major organisations in the UK.

Prior to joining SAS Steve was a Senior Research officer at the LSE – working for Nick Stern (now Lord Stern) on Taxation Theory in Developing Countries. It was during this post-doctoral work that Steve was introduced to SAS and he liked the software so much he joined the company! During his 29 years Steve has undertaken a variety of roles – technical support, training, consulting, pre-sales and management.

Steve is a frequent speaker at conferences particularly on Big Data and Analytics. He is currently investigating and speaking on Open Source integration with SAS (Python, R, Lua, JSON, Java…). Steve is a graduate of Leicester and Oxford University – where he worked on Econometric Models of the Common Agricultural Policy.