What is a cheat sheet, you ask? It's a one-pager (front and back) that provides notes, syntax, and tips for a programming language. This sheet will be a one-stop shop for task authors who are just getting started, as well as a tool more experienced task authors can reference again and again.
Below are sneak peek images of the sheet (click on the images to enlarge), click HERE for the PDF download!
Use this sheet in the following ways:
Leading up to PharmaSUG 2019, where I will be leading a Hands-On Training titled "Developing Custom SAS Studio Tasks for Clinical Trial Graphs," I'll post tasks related to my paper and the workshop in the weeks preceding the conference.
Download the PDF of this sheet from this post or from the Task Tuesday GitHub.
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