Philadelphia Area SAS Users Group (PhilaSUG)
PhilaSUG (Philadelphia Area SAS Users Group - <http://www.PhilaSUG.org>) is a non-profit professional organization whose primary purpose is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas, increased knowledge of SAS® software, and professional advancement. Through the generous support of the SAS Institute , PhilaSUG members enjoy once a year a speaker from SAS Institute, mailing of our newsletter and four books for door prizes. Partnering with national and regional groups able us to bring speakers from outside the Philadelphia area to speak on a variety of topics. In addition, speakers from our own area contribute their expertise, so PhilaSUG meetings always offer a stimulating mix of ideas.
PhilaSUG (Philadelphia Area SAS Users Group) sponsors three meetings per year where papers, posters, and live demonstrations are presented to the SAS user community. Membership is open to anyone who is involved in the use of SAS software and who pays nominal dues to cover the operating costs of a non-profit organization. An executive committee made up of volunteers who are members of PhilaSUG meets approximately six times a year to select speakers, locate meeting sites, and make general policy decisions for the group. Speakers are either recruited by the executive committee or self-motivated individuals can submit abstracts for consideration. Criteria for paper selection reflect current interests among the PhilaSUG membership. Overall, PhilaSUG exists to increase the SAS skills of its members.
Announcing our next meeting: PhilaSUG Fall 2016 Meeting
Hosted by: The West Chester University Department of Mathematics and Applied Statistics Program in conjunction with West Chester University SAS Day Location: Sykes Student Union Building 110 W. Rosedale Ave., West Chester, PA 19383
Date: October 11, 2016
Agenda: (We thank our host and the SAS Institute for providing lunch and break refreshments.)
12:15-1:00 Registration and lunch 1:00-1:10 Opening Remarks 1:10-2:00 Terek Peterson - Steps and Slides of Implementing Global Standards 2:00-2:15 Xingshu Zhu - Alternative Imputation Method 2:15-3:15 Kevin Lee - CDISC electronic submission to FDA 3:15-3:40 Break, view posters, and refreshments 3:40-4:00 Jonas Bilenas - Using SAS®/QC to Design Optimal Experimental Designs in Consumer Lending 4:00-4:50 Amos Odeleye - Financial Stress Testing using SAS: Wall Street & Main Street Nightmare 4:50-5:00 Open Forum, raffle, and closing remarks
(You must be present to win)
Posters Matthew Hopkins - Usage of Proc PRINTTO to Route SAS Log and Procedure Output Andrew Werner and Kevin Christie - Statistical Process Control: Proc Shewhart Michael Tomk -An Introduction to the SAS® Loan Procedure
Required RSVP and other additional meeting information will be available on .
Agenda, abstracts, bios, map and directions will be available in our Meeting Newsletter available at .
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