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The goal of the Ask the Expert webinars is to provide insights into using SAS products to make your job easier and empower you with the knowledge you need to be successful at your work. We conclude each webinar with a time for you to ask questions of the presenter. We want to know what topics you are interested in learning more about from a SAS expert?


Please comment on this post with your suggestions.


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Topic 1 - How to handle missing values for predictive modelling:

  • Overview of tools and techniques available
  • Explanation of "when" and "why" a specific technique should be used (i.e. out of all the methods available, how do we decide which one to use in a specific situation and why?)

Topic 2 - Practical examples of implementing/using Cross-Validation:

  • When should cross-validation be used? Pros and cons
  • Examples based on different modelling techniques (e.g. Regression vs Decision Trees)
  • Enterprise Miner vs Enterprise Guide
thank you very much , I would  like to clarify that  I am currently working on models VARMAX  , I hope to learn more about these topics , I would like to thank you for all the help you provided to me .     with thanks and appreeciation 
i am interesting in learning hierarchical models using* Proc Mixed and
Proc glimmix*, and an explanation about c*omputing the R square* for each
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