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Create Tabular Reports With Ease: A How-To Guide With SAS® (hosted by IFSUG)

Thursday,  August 4   |  4 – 5 p.m. ET

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This complimentary webinar is hosted by the Insurance and Finance SAS® Users Group (IFSUG).

In search of a better way to create tabular reports? Having difficulty understanding PROC TABULATE? Then don’t miss this webinar! The tabulate procedure in SAS provides a flexible platform to generate tabular reports. Although some SAS programmers have difficulty understanding the syntax of PROC TABULATE, we can show you how to generate reports with ease. During this webinar, Jonas Bilenas from Barclays Personal and Corporate Banking will cover:

  • Step-by-step examples of how to generate tabular reports using PROC TABULATE.
  • How user-defined formats are used in PROC TABULATE to modify the output of summary statistics.

The data used in this presentation represents simulated consumer credit card balance transfer offers.  

About the Presenter

Portrait of Jonas Bilenas

Jonas Bilenas, Vice President at Barclays Personal and Corporate Banking

Jonas Bilenas has been using SAS in the banking and financial industry since 1986. His applications of SAS include DATA step programming, MACROS, SAS GRAPHICS, TABULATE, data exploration, data cleaning, risk and behavioral modeling, time series forecasting, experimental design, simulation, optimization, and other applications too numerous to mention. His book The Power of PROC FORMAT was published by SAS Press in 2005. Bilenas is active in global, regional and local SAS users groups in many roles, including presenter, code clinician, section chair and executive committee member.

About the Insurance and Finance SAS® Users Group (IFSUG)
IFSUG is open to all SAS users in the financial services industry. Its purpose is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and information, and to facilitate SAS skills development. To learn more and join the group, visit the IFSUG website.

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