2013 Conference Archive

The 2013 NEBSUG Conference took place at the Scott Conference Center in Omaha, Nebraska on May 21, 2013.  The conference was co-chaired by John Xu and Robin High.

Our keynote speaker, Kirk Lafler, presented What’s Hot, What’s Not – Skills for SAS® Professionals at the Opening Session. In addition to Kirk, Peter Eberhardt and Andrew T. Kuligowski, 2 well-known SAS consultants and active members of SAS community, presented a total 9 papers throughout the day.  Other speakers included Kathleen Kiernan from SAS Institute, Chris Kirchberg from JMP, and co-chair Robin High, who presented 4 statistics papers.

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Kirk Lafler, Software Intelligence Corporation

What’s Hot, What’s Not – Skills for SAS Professionals

Google Search Tips and Techniques for SAS and JMP Users

Top Ten SAS Performance Tuning Techniques

Kathleen Kiernan, M.S., SAS Institute

Tips and Strategies for Mixed Modeling with SAS/STAT® Procedures

Peter Eberhardt, Fernwood Consulting Group Inc, Toronto, ON, Canada

The SAS® Hash Object: It’s Time To Find Your Way Around

Why the Bell Tolls 108 times? Stepping Through Time with SAS®

The Armchair Quarterback: Writing SAS® Code for the Perfect Pivot (Table, That Is)

Andrew Kuligowski

Using INFILE and INPUT Statements to Introduce External Data into SAS® System

Parsing Useful Data Out of Unusual Formats Using SAS®

The Building Blocks of SAS® Datasets – S-M-U (Set, Merge, and Update)

Chris Kirchberg, JMP

Exploratory Data Analysis and Dynamic Graphics —-JMP

Robin High, MBA, MA, University of Nebraska Medical Center

Models for Ordinal Response Data