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* [http://www.meta-x.com/sy_analyzer.html Trialex Toolkit™] is a set of macros that will optimize your analysis and reporting of clinical data.
 
* [http://www.meta-x.com/sy_analyzer.html Trialex Toolkit™] is a set of macros that will optimize your analysis and reporting of clinical data.
 
* [http://mayoresearch.mayo.edu/mayo/research/biostat/sasmacros.cfm Mayo Clinic] Division of Biostatistics maintains macros for general purpose and survival analysis.  GNU General Public License.
 
* [http://mayoresearch.mayo.edu/mayo/research/biostat/sasmacros.cfm Mayo Clinic] Division of Biostatistics maintains macros for general purpose and survival analysis.  GNU General Public License.
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* [http://schick.tripod.com/macros.html Arnold Schick] developed some macros in the frame of applications at the University of Marburg, Germany.
  
 
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Revision as of 03:44, 14 May 2007

Add links to any macro collections you know about.

  • Richard A. DeVenezia has made available 70 macros in 7 categories.
  • SPECTRE (CLINICAL) by Roland Rashleigh-Berry is a free clinical reporting system that contains a large number of useful macros.
  • Michael Friendly presents numerous (>130) SAS programs and macros for statistical graphics. Initially made available as companions to his books. Many have been updated and extended since originals listed in publications.
  • Macros by Jim Groeneveld
  • Trialex Toolkit™ is a set of macros that will optimize your analysis and reporting of clinical data.
  • Mayo Clinic Division of Biostatistics maintains macros for general purpose and survival analysis. GNU General Public License.
  • Arnold Schick developed some macros in the frame of applications at the University of Marburg, Germany.