Newsletter Archive

Fall, 2007: Volume 9, Number 1

  • Enterprise Guide for the New User
  • SAS and Sudoku
  • Quick Tips
  • Open Positions
  • Technical Interview Tips
  • Advantages of a Datamart
  • SAS Online Training

Summer, 2006: Volume 8, Number 2

  • SAS/Intrnet and Javascript
  • Dear Ms. Sassy
  • Open Positions
  • Quick Tips
  • SAS Training Solutions

Winter, 2006: Volume 8, Number 1

  • Customizing ODS Excel Output
  • Report Prep 101
  • Help, My Format's Not Working!
  • Quick Tips
  • SAS Training Solutions

Fall, 2005: Volume 7, Number 3

  • Array We Go Again
  • Featured PROC: Fun with Frequency
  • Quick Tips
  • SAS Training Solutions
  • 2006 Public Schedule

Spring, 2005: Volume 7, Number 2

  • Thou Shall...Program Efficiencies
  • Is Something Missing? Part Two
  • Puzzler #6 Solution
  • Quick Tips
  • SAS Training Solutions
  • New Course Announcements
  • 2005 Public Schedule

Winter, 2005: Volume 7, Number 1

  • Is Something Missing? Part One
  • Statistics Corner-ANOVAs
  • Puzzler #6 Solution
  • Quick Tips
  • Public Training Schedule
  • New Course Announcements
  • SAS Training Options

Winter, 2003: Volume 6, Number 1

  • SAS 9
  • Puzzler #6
  • More Ways to Create Macro Variables with PROC SQL and How to Use Them
  • Simple Sampling Using SAS
  • Help Desk, Question 1
  • Help Desk, Question 2

Winter, 2002: Volume 5, Number 2

  • PROC SQL Teams Up with the MACRO Facility
  • Web Reporting from the Mainframe
  • Puzzler #5 Solution: Mix and Match
  • Help Desk I/O
  • Quick Tip
  • New Course Announced

January, 2002: Volume 5, Number 1

  • Creating Drill-Down Graphics with Proc GMAP
  • New Reporting Features in Version 8
  • Puzzler #5: Mix and Match

July, 2001: Volume 4, Number 2

  • Why Would I Want My Reports to Go to the Web Anyway?
  • SAS Reports in Your PC Worksheet? Easy as Pie!
  • ODS -- The Next Step: Customizing Output Using PROC TEMPLATE
  • Puzzler #4 Solved
  • New Course Announcement: "Exploiting the SAS Output Delivery System"

January, 2001: Volume 4, Number 1

  • Reading Comma-Delimited Data Into SAS
  • Creating SAS® Graph Output
  • Puzzler #4
  • Using Macros to Generate Titles
  • SAS Help Desk I/O (merging using PROC SQL, permanent formats stored in a catalog

October, 2000: Volume 3, Number 4

  • Tunnelling Through Inherited Code
  • SAS® Numeric Variable Length
  • Creating a Comma-Delimited File
  • SAS Help Desk I/O - END= and EOF= options (how to detect when you are at the end of an input file)
  • Advantages of Face-to-Face Learning

July, 2000: Volume 3, Number 3

  • Dictionary Tables - Data About Your Data
  • Partnering with SAS Institute
  • Using VSAM Files with SAS
  • Sending PROC Output to SAS Datasets
  • SAS Help Desk I/O

April, 2000: Volume 3, Number 2

  • How to Use PROC Report to Generate 'Impossible' Totals
  • Puzzler #3 Solution
  • Are You Sufficiently Efficient with PROC SORT
  • SAS Help Desk I/O - Confirming User Activity
  • Upgrade Your SAS Skills

January, 2000: Volume 3, Number 1

  • New Software Classes & Services for 2000
  • Puzzler #3
  • Connecting with SAS/CONNECT®
  • Controlling Print Setup Options
  • SAS Help Desk I/O - INFORMATS

October, 1999: Volume 2, Number 3

  • Are you Connecting with SAS/CONNECT®?
  • Multi-Line per Observation Files
  • And ARRAY We Go!
  • SAS Help Desk I/O - Rounding
  • SAS Talents Unveiled

June, 1999: Volume 2, Number 2

  • Creating HTML-Ready Documents with SAS
  • The SQL Pass-Through Facility
  • Puzzler #2 Solution
  • SAS Help Desk I/O -INDEX Keys
  • Decoding the _TYPE_ Variable
  • SAS Support Services

February, 1999: Volume 2, Number 1

  • A Faster Way to Merge SAS Data Files
  • MVS Space Issues Continued - SAS Views
  • Puzzler #2
  • Mark your Calendars - SUGI 24
  • SAS Help Desk I/O - PROC FORMAT
  • Introduction to JCL
  • Benchmarking Hints - Efficiency

October, 1998: Volume 1, Number 2

  • Let "ER" Help You Create Reports - Stat
  • MVS Space Issues Continued - Solutions for Mainframe Users
  • Quality SAS Support - Systems Seminar Consultant
  • SyncSort & SAS Software - A Valuable MVS Partnership
  • Question & Answer - Capitalizing on Names
  • Is It Fashionable to "Model"? - Information Presentation Ideas
  • The Power of PROC TRANSPOSE - Puzzler One's Solution

June, 1998: Volume 1, Number 1

  • What's New in SAS Version 7.0
  • MVS Space Issues - Headaches You Can Avoid
  • Reading Packed Dates - Technical Advice
  • Puzzler - Answer To Follow In Next Issue
  • Questions & Answers - Benefit From Others
  • File Import/Export Wizard - Let Your SAS Data Travel
  • Beyond the Basics - Recommended Courses