State of Oregon SAS Users Group (SOSUG)

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The State of Oregon SAS Users Group existed to help State Employees and other users across Oregon learn more about SAS and also assist in other areas related to statistics and research.

The State of Oregon SAS Users Group is currently inactive. However, if you are interested in reviving the group, you are more than welcome to contact Tasha Chapman for assistance in doing so.

Although SOSUG consists primarily of state employees, any and all SAS users in our neighborhood are welcome to attend a SOSUG meeting and be part of our group. There are no membership fees or dues, no official membership roster, and no need to register to attend a meeting. However, if you would like to be added to our mailing list, which includes periodic e-mails regarding upcoming SOSUG events, contact Tasha Chapman or Don Gallogly.

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Next Meeting

The State of Oregon SAS Users Group is currently inactive. However, if you are interested in reviving the group, you are more than welcome to contact Tasha Chapman for assistance in doing so.

Oregon Day Proceedings

Check out proceedings from the Oregon Day Conference - a joint full day conference hosted by the State of Oregon SAS Users Group and the Portland Area SAS Users Group.


For more presentation proceedings from previous SOSUG events, check out the SOSUG Tools and Presentations page.


Announcements

The State of Oregon SAS Users Group is currently inactive. However, if you are interested in reviving the group, you are more than welcome to contact Tasha Chapman for assistance in doing so.

Past SOSUG Presentations

Presented papers from our last meeting:


To see all other previous SOSUG presentations, as well as other tips, tricks, and tools created by or recommended by SOSUG members, check out the SOSUG Tools and Presentations page.

For more SAS help, also check out the all new SOSUG Library and the SOSUG Newsletter Archive.

Open Call For Presenters

The State of Oregon SAS Users Group is always looking for new presenters. If you're interested in presenting, please contact Tasha Chapman via e-mail or Don Gallogly.

We welcome all types of presentations related to SAS. You don’t necessarily have to put together a formal presentation. You are welcome to show us something new that you've learned, or ask the group a SAS question that has been burning in your mind for a while.

Not sure what to present on? Here are a few ideas to help get you going:

  • Examples of analytical problems and how they were addressed in SAS
  • How you're applying SAS in your work projects
  • For those with a programming or technical background, present on Programming 101. What should SAS users know about general programming?
  • For those with a math or stats background, present on some interesting statistics you’ve been using
  • Presentation of a topic given at a prior SAS conference that others were unable to attend (or for a future conference, for those who would like the practice)

Remember, the presentations don't always have to be you teaching the group. You can also bring any questions you've had or a problem that you'd like help solving.

2015 Schedule

The State of Oregon SAS Users Group is currently inactive. However, if you are interested in reviving the group, you are more than welcome to contact Tasha Chapman for assistance in doing so.

Other Regional Groups

Check out these other SAS user groups in the Pacific Northwest region:


If your user group is missing from this list, contact Tasha Chapman via e-mail or Don Gallogly.

Executive Committee

The State of Oregon SAS Users Group Executive Committee includes Tasha Chapman (DHS), Don Gallogly (DCBS), Nathan Johnson (DCBS), and Dagan Wright (OHA). If you're interested in volunteering for SOSUG, please contact us via e-mail.

Coming Soon

The State of Oregon SAS Users Group is currently inactive. However, if you are interested in reviving the group, you are more than welcome to contact Tasha Chapman for assistance in doing so.