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Welcome to sasCommunity.org. I am on the SAS Global Users Group Executive Board and look forward to using this tool to keep in touch with the SAS world!



  1. Getting Your SAS Program to do Your Typing for You
    Categories: NancyWilson Papers and Presentations, SAS Global Forum 2015
  2. IN & OUT of CNTL with PROC FORMAT
    Categories: FORMAT Procedure, Formats, NESUG, NancyWilson Papers and Presentations, SUGI 1998
  3. SAS Global Forum First Timers Session
    Categories: NancyWilson Papers and Presentations, SAS Global Forum 2014, SAS Global Forum 2015
  4. USING SAS MACROS TO GENERATE CODE (SO YOUR PROGRAM CAN FIGURE OUT WHAT TO DO FOR ITSELF)
    Categories: Macro Language, NancyWilson Papers and Presentations, SUGI 1992
    Ever find yourself trying to maintain multiple versions of essentially the same program? Each version may produce summary statistics for different variables (for example, HEIGHT and WEIGHT), or select different subsets of data for analysis (males, females, or age groups) but the numeric variables, ..→