23
May

CTSPedia Clinical Graphs - Volcano Plot

A Volcano Plot is a type of scatter-plot that is used to quickly identify changes in large data sets composed of replicate data.  In the clinical domain, a Volcano Plot is used to view Risk difference (RD) of AE occurrence (%) between drug and control by preferred term. One example of […]

The post CTSPedia Clinical Graphs - Volcano Plot appeared first on Graphically Speaking.

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23
May

Are you solving the wrong problem?

Being a SAS consultant is about solving problems. In our day-to-day work we solve myriads of all sorts of problems – technical problems, data problems, programming problems, optimization problems – you name it. And in the grand scheme of things we solve business problems. But without a well-defined business problem, […]

Are you solving the wrong problem? was published on SAS Users.

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23
May

Picking a surreal vacation destination in the US

Do you need help picking a summer vacation destination - one that's not just great, but surreal? If so, this blog's for you! It's that time of the year again - I've got gobs of vacation time saved up, but I was drawing a blank on where to go... So I turned […]

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23
May

How to fit a variety of logistic regression models in SAS

SAS software can fit many different kinds of regression models. In fact a common question on the SAS Support Communities is "how do I fit a <name> regression model in SAS?" And within that category, the most frequent questions involve how to fit various logistic regression models in SAS. There […]

The post How to fit a variety of logistic regression models in SAS appeared first on The DO Loop.

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22
May

Why Dashboard Gauges aren’t as Bad as You Think

Dashboard gauges were once the darling of the executive suite. Some designer took inspiration from a car dashboard and its gauges. A gauge is useful because it tells us how fast we are going or how much gas is in the tank. My newer model dashboard still has gauges but it also states how many miles until empty. That information is more useful than knowing how much gas is in the ... This post appeared first on BI Notes for SAS Software Users. Go to the site to subscribe or view more content.

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21
May

CTSPedia Clinical Graphs - Heatmap of Benefit

Let us continue our review of the Clinical Graphs included in the CTSPedia repository.  Today, I noticed this Heatmap of Benefits and Risks over Time for Subjects in a study by Treatment, submitted by Max Cherny using "R" code.  I thought it would be a good exercise to see how to build this […]

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20
May

Parceling Items in Factor Analysis

First of all, what are parcels? Not the little packages your grandma left on the table in the hall when she came back from shopping. Well, not only that. In factor analysis, parcels are simply the sum of a small number of items. I prefer using parcels when possible because both basic psychometric theory and […] Read More
20
May

Seeing the FREQ procedure's one-way tables in a new light

PROC FREQ is often the first choice when you want to generate basic frequency counts, but it is the last choice when it is compared to other statistical reporting procedures. People sometimes consider PROC FREQ last because they think they have little or no control over the appearance of the […]

Seeing the FREQ procedure's one-way tables in a new light was published on SAS Users.

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19
May

Tell SAS to read a database field as CHAR instead of INT or BIGINT

Yesterday a frustrated SAS user complained on Twitter. He's working with a database that stores an ID field as a big long number (perhaps using the database BIGINT type), and SAS can't display a number greater than 15 digits. Well, it's actually 16 digits, depending on the value: %put Biggest […]

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19
May

You don't know squat about the Las Vegas housing market

How bad was the recent recession on the Las Vegas housing market, and what lingering side effects are still being felt? If you don't know squat about real estate housing markets, then this blog post is for you! It takes a simple graphical look at some data that helps explain […]

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