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Warren Repole began his SAS programming career in 1979 at the University of Florida. Since that time he has used SAS software in nearly every available operating environment, developing applications for diverse industries and government agencies. In 1992 he began working as an instructor for SAS Institute, teaching and developing SAS programming classes. His specialties include DATA step and macro programming, SAS/GRAPH software, SAS/IntrNet® software, and SAS®9 Business Intelligence technologies including stored processes. He currently holds the SAS Certified Advanced Programmer for SAS®9 credential and previously held the discontinued SAS Certified Warehouse Development Specialist credential.


Where does the moniker "SASdinosaur" come from?

Prior to SAS Global Forum 2007 in Orlando FL, Warren presented a pre-conference seminar based on his recent book "Don't Be a SAS Dinosaur: Modernize Your SAS Programs". As a supplement to his SAS Dinosaur home page, related articles and blog entries will be posted on sasCommunity.org. In addition, announcements about the availability of the SAS Dinosaur materials in various forms will be noted here.

SAS E-Lectures

Modernizing Your SAS Code: Intermediate Topics e-lecture bundle

The e-lectures included in this bundle are

Modernizing Your SAS Code: Advanced Topics e-lecture bundle

The e-lectures included in this bundle are

Upcoming SAS Dinosaur Papers

None scheduled

Upcoming SAS Dinosaur Seminars

None scheduled

Past SAS Dinosaur Papers

Modernizing Programs with Base SAS 9.2 Enhancements

  • SAS Global Forum 2009, March 2009, Washington DC
  • Wisconsin SAS Users Group (WISUG), May 2009, Madison WI
  • NECA In-House Users Group, June 2009
  • Thomson Reuters In-House Users Group, August 2009
  • SESUG 2009, October 2009, Birmingham AL
  • SCSUG 2009, November 2009, San Antonio TX
  • Westat In-House Users Group, December 2009
  • Social & Scientific Systems In-House Users Group, December 2009
  • SRA In-House Users Group, February 2010

Past SAS Dinosaur Seminars

  • SAS Global Forum 2007, April 2007, Orlando FL
  • MWSUG 2007, October 2007, Des Moines IA
  • SAS Global Forum 2008, March 2008, San Antonio TX
  • PharmaSUG 2008, June 2008, Atlanta GA
  • SESUG 2008, October 2008, St Pete Beach FL
  • Virginia SAS Users Group (VASUG), December 2008, Richmond VA

SAS Samples and Usage Tips based on SAS Dinosaur content

PROC FREQ Applications
Sorting Text Without Regard to Case
Inserting a Blank Line After Every N Observations in PROC PRINT

SAS Dinosaur Blog Entries

Go to SAS Dinosaur blog page

Other SAS Global Forum papers

(SUGI 10, 1985, Reno) ZOOMMAP AND OTHER SPECIAL TECHNIQUES FOR SAS MAPPING APPLICATIONS
(SUGI 11, 1986, Atlanta) SAS DATA SET COMPARISON: OVERCOMING THE LIMITATIONS OF PROC COMPARE
(SUGI 12, 1987, Dallas) INTEGRATING SAS SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND REPORTING INTO AN ISAM PRODUCTION ENVIRONMENT ON THE VAX
(SUGI 12, 1987, Dallas) A SPREADSHEET APPLICATION USING MULTIPLE INPUT WINDOWS IN THE SAS SYSTEM FOR PERSONAL COMPUTERS
(SUGI 15, 1990, Nashville) &&&&&&&&&&SAS -- RESOLVING THIS AND OTHER SAS CODE CHALLENGES
(SUGI 15, 1990, Nashville) If an Axis is Too Long for the PAGESIZE=, LlNESIZE=, HSIZE= or VSIZE= Options ... PANELIZE Routines
(SUGI 16, 1991, New Orleans) SAS SOFTWARE PUZZLES '91: THE DEBUGGING CONTINUES
(SUGI 19, 1994, Dallas) CUSTOMIZED TRAINING FOR SAS USERS: ORGANIZATION-BASED AND INDUSTRY BASED
(SUGI 19, 1994, Dallas) AVOIDING, ACCEPTING AND TAKING ADVANTAGE OF MISSING DATA
(SUGI 19, 1994, Dallas) OBJECT ORIENTED REPORTS USING THE FORMS PROCEDURE
(SAS Global Forum, 2007, Orlando) Exporting SAS/GRAPH Output for Inclusion in Web Pages and Other Software Applications




Although Warren Repole is a SAS employee, the postings on this site are his own and do not represent the positions, strategies, or opinions of SAS Institute.