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Debo
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Hello everyone,
I'm Debo in Philadelphia PA (United States) I recently was told about SAS and since developed a keen interest in this field that seem so huge.
After reading a book and trying a personal study in SAS I suppose I got myself more confused.
Getting confused I must say isn't enough to stop me but has challenged me to find this forum where help lives.
I'll be glad if there's anyone in this region who is willing to coach, guide, mentor me or point me to professional study groups.
I'll be most grateful if anyone would kindly help.
Thanks in anticipation.
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mkeintz
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Debo:

 

You probably should attend the PhilaSUG (Philadelphia Area SAS Users Group) meetings, which occur 3 times a year.

 

The next meeting will be the afternoon of Wednesday, March 18.  And you can sign up via this page: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/philadelphia-area-sas-users-group-winter-2020-meeting-tickets-894239664... 

 

In addition to the talks, you can probably meet some folks there who can help you learn SAS.

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