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'Mike and Bike' on Inishmore, 2006


Hi ... I am Mike Zdeb, an assistant professor in the epidemiology/biostatistics department at the U@Albany School of Public Health in Rensselaer, NY. The picture (yes, that is me) was taken in 2006 on Inishmore, one of the Aran Islands in Galway Bay in Ireland. I've been a SAS user for 20+ years and have presented papers and given talks at SUGI, SAS Global Forums, NESUG, and numerous local user groups. I have written a SAS Press book, Mapping Made Easy Using SAS, and have been a reviewer for a number of SAS Press books. Among the courses I teach are 3-credit an introductory SAS class and a 1-credit advanced topics in SAS class. If you would like to see some of the materials I use in my courses, take a look at ZDEB WEB. If you have any questions about any of my postings, you are welcome to send me a note by clicking here ... email Mike.

My postings as of 2011/07/03 ...

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