As the first step in the decommissioning of sasCommunity.org the site has been converted to read-only mode.
Here are some tips for How to share your SAS knowledge with your professional network.
Tasha, another wiki tip. I see you (smartly) provided your email so that it is not easily harvested by spammers. But you can actually provide a facility where someone can email you using sasCommunity.org. The email will get sent to the address defined in your profile and won't be viewable until you reply via email.
I noticed you have been editing several pages containing lots of HTML links to URL's for articles the sasCommunity.org wiki. I have taken the liberty to clean up those HTML links on the following pages:
- State of Oregon SAS Users Group (SOSUG) - also added subsections for the years.
- SOSUG Tools and Presentations
- Using multi-label formats with proc tabulate
- Many Uses of SQL Subqueries, Part II
- Many Uses of SQL Subqueries
- Finding States with Economies Similar to Oregon Using Proc Cluster and Euclidean Distance Pairs
The advantage of using wiki-links like [[Wiki article name|text to display]] rather than external URL links like [http://www.sascommunity.org/wiki/Wiki_article_name text to display] is that they:
- Make articles shorter and easier to edit.
- Allows a reverse impact analysis of linked articles by using what links here.
- Allows identification of high usage pages through the Most linked-to pages.
- Stops pages being considered orphans or dead-ends.
I have tried to avoid making any changes to the article text, and only changed the wiki-links and replaced HTML markup with wiki-markup, and added a few horizontal lines to separate the article texts from footnotes. I hope you like the changes I have made, but if not, then simply undo my edits. - Cameron 07:25, 10 August 2012 (EDT)