Presentations:Dorinski Papers and Presentations

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Suzanne Dorinski has presented the following talks:


  1. A Lazy Programmer Case Study: Dynamic Macro Code To Deal With Changing Number Of Variables Over Time
    Categories: Dorinski Papers and Presentations, NESUG 2007, Presentations
    The U.S. Census Bureau performs an annual data collection for the National Center for Education Statistics. As part of the file documentation, the Census Bureau produces a summary table that shows the minimum, maximum, and mean value for each continuous variable, along with the number of records ..→
  2. Beautiful PROC CONTENTS Output Using the ODS Excel Destination
    Categories: CONTENTS Procedure, Dorinski Papers and Presentations, ODS Excel Statement, Presentations, SESUG 2015
    A member of the Census Bureau’s in-house SAS® users group asked how to export the output of PROC CONTENTS (variable name, type, length, and format) from several Oracle database tables within the same database to separate worksheets in an Excel file. You can use the _all_ keyword to work with ..→
  3. Creating Formats on the Fly
    Categories: Dorinski Papers and Presentations, FORMAT Procedure, MWSUG 2013, ODS OUTPUT Statement, ODS RTF Statement, ODS Report Writing Interface, Presentations, SAS Global Forum 2014, TEMPLATE Procedure
    The Census Bureau conducts the Common Core of Data surveys for the National Center for Education Statistics annually. We have written SAS® programs to automate the database documentation. We try to avoid including hard-coded values in the programs. Thanks to a record layout spreadsheet, the ..→
  4. How To Produce Almost Perfect Excel® Output
    Categories: Dorinski Papers and Presentations, NESUG 2007, Presentations
    The U.S. Census Bureau performs an annual data collection for the National Center for Education Statistics. As part of the file documentation, the Census Bureau produces a summary table that shows the minimum, maximum, and mean value for each continuous variable, along with the number of records ..→
  5. How To Produce Almost Perfect RTF Output
    Categories: Dorinski Papers and Presentations, NESUG 2006, ODS RTF Statement, Presentations
    The Census Bureau performs an annual data collection for the National Center for Education Statistics. As part of the file documentation, the Census Bureau produces output that shows the imputation flag distribution for more than 140 variables. Census also produces a summary table that shows the ..→
  6. Using ODS Object Oriented Features To Produce A Formatted Record Layout
    Categories: Dorinski Papers and Presentations, NESUG 2008, Presentations
    This paper uses the Fiscal Year 2005 State Library Agencies Survey to demonstrate the usefulness of storing the survey metadata in an Excel spreadsheet. The metadata were originally stored in a Word document, and not easily available to the programmer. When the metadata are stored in a ..→
  7. Using PROC DOCUMENT to Modify PDF Bookmarks Generated by PROC FREQ
    Categories: DOCUMENT Procedure, Dorinski Papers and Presentations, FREQ Procedure, NESUG 2008, ODS PDF Statement, Presentations
    In SAS® 9.1.3, PROC FREQ generates several levels of PDF bookmarks automatically. If you have requested multiple outputs from PROC FREQ, the automatically generated bookmarks can be useful to distinguish among the outputs. However, if you are only requesting simple frequency counts for many ..→