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Seize the Day! Submit an #SASGF Abstract

2016-09-21 – 6:32 AM

Are you considering submitting an abstract for SAS Global Forum 2017? Maybe you have already read the posts about how it helps your career and the excitement of sharing ideas. What is holding you back? Maybe you don’t have an idea, maybe you fear presentations, or maybe you just are unsure of the process.
I don’t have a idea
I bet this is the number one concern …

SAS Visual Analytics 7.4: Modern Theme Vs Classic Theme

2016-05-08 – 1:03 PM

At the SAS Global Forum 2016 the SAS Viya platform was announced and part of the platform was SAS Visual Analytics and SAS Visual Statistics converting to the HTML5 interface. Noticeable changes were that the Designer and the Explorer have merged into one interface and there is a spiffy new color Modern theme. Dr. Goodnight said the expected release of the tool was projected to …

SESUG 2013 in St Pete Beach was Great!

2013-10-27 – 2:16 PM

Spend last week at the South East SAS User’s Group in beautiful St. Petersburg Beach, Florida.  Thanks to Andrea Wainwright-Zimmerman and Mira Sharpiro (conference chairs) for doing an awesome job.  I know there received a lot of help from many others so thanks to them as well. I always learn a lot from at the conference and meet some awesome folks. I had to leave …

Quick Video from SAS Global Forum 2012

2013-01-12 – 4:30 PM

Here’s a quick video showing the opening ceremony from SAS Global Forum 2012 in Orlando.

NESUG 25 In Review

2012-11-18 – 10:08 PM

I had a great time at NESUG 25!  Great networking opportunities, excellent papers/presentations, and a tremendous amount of support from SAS itself.
As always, there were a number of terrific papers.  The full proceedings are now posted.  I won’t attempt to direct you toward the “best” papers, since one person can only manage to see a subset.  The great thing about the proceedings is, you can …