Welcome to SNUG

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Welcome to SNUG

The purpose of the SNUG meetings is to bring together a wide variety of SAS users for an exchange of views and news on the various uses of SAS software.

We encourage as many as possible to take the opportunity to demonstrate how they are using SAS, whether it be leading edge, or something that has spanned the passage of time.

It's also one of the few opportunities to compare your work to those in different industry groups. Make it your mission too.

_diamond_table.gif' Scott Bass
  Bupa Australia
Paul Mbatia
  Commonwealth Bank
Peter Stagg
  Decision Informatics
James Enoch
  SAS Australia
Marna Smit
  SAS Australia

SNUG Meetings:

SNUG holds quarterly meetings at the Museum of Sydney ,Corner Phillip and Bridge Streets, Sydney, NSW 2000

The nearest accessible car park is Governor Phillip and Macquarie Tower underground car park via Young Street.


The Museum of Sydney is located in central Sydney and is a two minute walk from Circular Quay and Circular Quay train station.

For up-to-date timetables , please contact the telephone infoline on 131 500, visit the Transport Infoline website.

Meeting Dates 2013 /2014

Q4 - Thursday, 21st November 2013Registrations opening in November
Q1 - Thursday, 27th February 2014
Q2 - Thursday, 22nd May 2014

Q2 Presentations

Peter Stagg
Decision Informatics
SAS Tips & Techniques from the SNUG Committee (PDF)
James Scandol
Senior Data Administrator, NSW Health
The SAS Graph Template Language (PDF)
Mohammad Elteibi
Manager, Data & Analytics, Suncorp Group
SAS Macros... things I find useful! (PDF)

Q1 Presentations

Paul Mbatia
Risk Analyst, Commonwealth Bank
SAS Tips & Techniques from the SNUG Committee (PDF)
Richard Mukurumbira
PhD Research - Market Quality, UNSW / Capital Markets Cooperative Research Centre
Liquidity and Market Efficiency under Market Pressure (PDF)
Scott Bass
Senior Information Analyst, Bupa Australia
Automating SAS AMO using VBA Programming (PDF)|SAS AMO Demo Spreadsheets (ZIP)
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