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Proceedings from the SAS Users of Oregon Conference 2014
- PDF vs. HTML: Can't We All Just Get Along, presented by Scott Huntley, SAS Institute, Inc., Cary, NC
- Using SAS® GTL With 9.3 Updates to Visualize Data When There Is Too Much of It to Visualize, presented by Nate Derby, Stakana Analytics, Seattle, WA
- Essentials of PDV: Directing the Aim to Understanding the DATA Step!, presented by Arthur Xuejun Li, City of Hope National Medical Center, Duarte, CA
- WHERE, Oh, WHERE Art Thou? A Cautionary Tale for Using WHERE Statements and WHERE= Options, presented by Britney Gilbert, Juniper Tree Consulting, Tulsa, OK
- %MAKE_IT_COUNT: An Example Macro for Dynamic Table Programming, presented by Britney Gilbert, Juniper Tree Consulting, Tulsa, OK
- Logistic Regression: What Is It and What Can I Learn From It?, presented by Melodie Rush, SAS Institute, Inc., Cary, NC
- How to Select the Best Predictor Variables Using SAS® Enterprise Guide® and SAS® Enterprise Miner™, presented by Melodie Rush, SAS Institute, Inc., Cary, NC
- Drug Overdose Using SAS Text Based Search: Putting Literal Text to Work, presented by Dagan Wright, Oregon Health Authority, Portland, OR
- Simplifying Effective Data Transformation Via PROC TRANSPOSE, presented by Arthur Xuejun Li, City of Hope National Medical Center, Duarte, CA
Special thanks to all of the speakers, volunteers, and organizations that helped us make this event possible, including:
SAS® Institute, Inc.
Western Users of SAS® Software, Inc.
Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services
Cambia Health Solutions
Oregon Department of Human Services
Oregon Health Authority