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Paul Sherman
Independent Consultant
335 Elan Village Lane, Apt. 424
San Jose, CA 95134

(510) 229-6249 or (408) 383-0471

Email: sherman at IDIOM dot COM.


Having developed the equipment and created the algorithms which measure and produce data, Paul Sherman finds that there is no better tool than SAS for working with especially large quantities of information. He has over a decade of experience as test equipment and process engineer in the disk drive industry. Paul has been speaking at regional and national user groups since SUGI-26, in 2001, and was awarded "best paper" at PharmaSUG in 2006 and 2007.

SAS user group article titles

A Little Bit of DOS: Identifying Yourself In A Networked World
Cleaning Data the Chauvenet Way
Creating Efficient SQL: Four Steps to a Quick Query
Creating Efficient SQL: The Denormalize Transpose
Creating Efficient SQL: Union Join without the UNION Clause
Demeter in the Database
Dynamic Macro Invocation Utility
Hypothesis Testing: An SQL Analogy
Intelligent SAS Log Manager
Quote Me On This: How To Make SAS Talk Database
SAS/MACRO NOTES: Lines and Columns in the Log
Secret Sequel: Keeping Your Password Away from the LOG
WHERE The Statement Is Not The Clause