Paper from SGF: Kicking and Screaming Your Way to SAS(R) Enterprise Guide

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Paper from SGF: Kicking and Screaming Your Way to SAS(R) Enterprise Guide

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Hi, my paper Kicking and Screaming Your Way to SAS EG is now online at http://support.sas.com/resources/papers/proceedings16/9000-2016.pdf

Here is the abstract if you want to know if this paper is right for you:

You are a skilled SAS® programmer. You can code circles around those “newbies” who point and click in SAS® Enterprise Guide®. And yet… there are tasks you struggle with on a regular basis, such as “Is the name of that data set DRUG or DRUGS?” and “What intern wrote this code? It’s not formatted well at all and is hard to read.” In this presentation you learn how to program, yes program, more efficiently. You learn the benefits of autocomplete and inline help, as well as how to easily format the code that intern wrote that you inherited. In addition, you learn how to create a process flow of a program to identify any dead ends, i.e., data sets that get created but are not used in that program.

 

Feel free to contact me with any questions.

 

Great seeing those of you who I met at #SASGF. 

Michelle

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Re: Paper from SGF: Kicking and Screaming Your Way to SAS(R) Enterprise Guide

Thanks @data_null__. Apparently there was an extra space at the end of the URL. Fixed and working now.
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Re: Paper from SGF: Kicking and Screaming Your Way to SAS(R) Enterprise Guide

I think there is a problem with the link.

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Re: Paper from SGF: Kicking and Screaming Your Way to SAS(R) Enterprise Guide

Thanks @data_null__. Apparently there was an extra space at the end of the URL. Fixed and working now.
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