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Sessions

Exciting Content

We know your time is valuable, and we want to help you make the most of each and every conference day. So before you join us, be sure to review the session catalog. It’s brimming with an array of workshops, breakouts and sessions for everyone – from new SAS users to seasoned practitioners. Be sure and check it out!

Check Out Our Mobile App!

To help you better plan and navigate all of the great content and sessions being offered at this year’s event, you’ll want to check out our mobile app! It’s a great way to ensure you don’t miss out on any of our exciting content and you can personalize your conference experience with the agenda builder.

Session Types

Whether you’re just starting out with SAS or are a seasoned practitioner, there's something for everyone. Check out what great content can fill your conference days.

Breakout Sessions

Breakout Sessions

Get insights on the in-depth aspects of SAS software, including programming techniques, technical features, and innovative and practical applications. They can also be strategies and best practices about how to apply SAS to solve industry-specific challenges.

Hands on workshops

Hands-On Workshops

Get hands-on experience through a demonstration that you direct for 45 minutes. Hands-On Workshops (also known as HOW) are intended to help attendees learn how to use the features of SAS or JMP®.

Quick Tips

Quick Tips

Perfect for beginners and experts alike to share quick tips and tricks, and useful nuggets of programming techniques that make jobs easier. A Quick Tip session should last 10 minutes or less and cover one concept in a concise and practical way.

E-Posters

E-Posters

Here's a perfect opportunity to present your solution or idea in a more relaxed environment and in a visually informative way. A greener alternative to traditional posters, e-posters allow you to transport digital posters in your pocket.

Table Talks

Table Talks

Facilitated by one lead user in an informal, small-group conversational setting (max. of 20 participants), these sessions will not require a formal paper to be submitted. A limited number of sessions will be selected, and each may be offered multiple times.

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