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Louise Hadden's (and co-authors) Papers, Presentations and Sample Code from LUGS, RUGS, and SUGI/SGF.

  1. All Zipped Up and Nowhere to Go
    Categories: Ceeotter56 Papers and Presentations, SUGI 2003
    Computer programmers and analysts are frequently presented with disk space constraints, as our sources of data have become removable media. Cartridges, tapes and CD-ROMS can contain far more data than there is space available on the computer platform being utilized. This paper illustrates one ..→
  2. Analyzing the Safewalk® Program with SAS®
    Categories: Ceeotter56 Papers and Presentations, NESUG 2013, SAS Global Forum 2013
    The MSPCA (Massachusetts Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) in Boston initiated the Safewalk® Program in January 2009. This program was designed to enrich the experience of shelter dogs by providing training to volunteers and staff that allow dogs of varied backgrounds and temperaments ..→
  3. Behind the Scenes: Using Custom Graphics in SAS
    Categories: Ceeotter56 Papers and Presentations, NESUG 2013, SAS Global Forum 2013
    SAS® provides many opportunities to add customized images to SAS ODS output. This presentation will demonstrate various ways to add custom backgrounds to tabular and graphic output; add custom images to titles, footnotes, ODS text fields and tabular output; and add custom "fills" to SAS/GRAPH ..→
  4. Better Metadata Through SAS® II: %SYSFUNC, PROC DATASETS, and Dictionary Tables
    Categories: %SYSFUNC Function, Ceeotter56 Papers and Presentations, DATASETS Procedure
    SAS® provides a wealth of resources for users to create useful, attractive metadata tables, including PROC CONTENTS listing output (to ODS destinations), the PROC CONTENTS OUT= SAS data set, and PROC CONTENTS ODS Output Objects. This paper and presentation explore some less well-known ..→
  5. Build your Metadata with PROC CONTENTS and ODS OUTPUT
    Categories: CONTENTS Procedure, Ceeotter56 Papers and Presentations, Output Delivery System, SAS9 BI/EBI
    Simply using an ODS destination to replay PROC CONTENTS output does not provide the user with attractive, usable metadata. Harness the power of SAS® and ODS output objects to create designer multi-tab metadata workbooks with the click of a ..→
  6. Document and Enhance Your SAS® Code, Data Sets, and Catalogs with SAS Functions, Macros, and SAS Metadata
    Categories: Ceeotter56 Papers and Presentations, SAS Global Forum 2017
    Discover how to document your SAS® programs, data sets, and catalogs with a few lines of code that include SAS functions, macro code, and SAS metadata. Do you start every project with the best of intentions to document all of your work, and then fall short of that aspiration when deadlines loom? ..→
  7. Extreme SAS® reporting II: Data Compendium and 5 Star Ratings Revisited
    Categories: Ceeotter56 Papers and Presentations, SAS/GRAPH, SAS Global Forum 2014
    Each month, our project team delivers updated 5-Star ratings for 15,700+ nursing homes across the United States to Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. There is a wealth of data (and processing) behind the ratings, and this data is longitudinal in nature. A prior paper in this series, ..→
  8. From 50,000,000 Claims to One Analytical File
    Categories: Ceeotter56 Papers and Presentations, SAS/GRAPH, SUGI 1997
    Researchers often confront the fact that the most common repositories of data are the least suitable for careful analysis. This is an outline of a small-area study performed by Abt Associates Inc. under one of its health care study contracts, during which a small mountain of data was turned into ..→
  9. Making ODS Output Objects Work for You
    Categories: Ceeotter56 Papers and Presentations, NESUG 2012, ODS OUTPUT Statement, Output Delivery System
    The Output Delivery System (ODS) delivers what used to be printed output in many convenient forms. What most of us don't realize is that "printed output" from procedures (whether the destination is PDF, RTF, or HTML) is the result of SAS® packaging a collection of items that come out of a ..→
  10. PROC CATALOG, the Wish Book SAS® Procedure
    Categories: CATALOG Procedure, Ceeotter56 Papers and Presentations
    SAS® data sets have PROC DATASETS, and SAS catalogs have PROC CATALOG. Find out what the little known PROC CATALOG can do for you! Michael Raithel characterizes PROC DATASETS as the “Swiss Army Knife of SAS Procedures” (Raithel, 2011). PROC DATASETS can do an amazing ..→
  11. PROC DOC III: Self-generating Codebooks Using SAS®
    Categories: Ceeotter56 Papers and Presentations, PharmaSUG 2017
    This paper will demonstrate how to use good documentation practices and SAS® to easily produce attractive, camera-ready data codebooks (and accompanying materials such as label statements, format assignment statements, etc.) Four primary steps in the codebook production process will be explored: ..→
  12. PROC TABULATE and ODS RTF: The Perfect Fit for Complex Table Headers
    Categories: Ceeotter56 Papers and Presentations, ODS RTF Statement, TABULATE Procedure
    With the great advances in output design SAS® and ODS offers the SAS programmer, the bar has definitely been raised in terms of producing presentation quality SAS output. Analysts frequently design table formats in packages such as Microsoft Word and Excel, and request that the SAS programmer ..→
  13. Programming the Provider Previews: Extreme SAS Reporting
    Categories: Ceeotter56 Papers and Presentations, Health Care, SAS Global Forum 2012
    Each month, we produce over 15,000 data-driven, 3 page reports for nursing homes previewing their 5-star ratings on various measures. These reports are produced entirely in SAS, including a macro toggle for test or production mode and zipping all 15,000+ PDF reports into a single multi-gigabyte ..→
  14. Purrfectly Fabulous Feline Functions. . . and CAT Calls
    Categories: Ceeotter56 Papers and Presentations, Presentations, SAS Global Forum 2010
    Explore the fabulous feline functions and calls available in SAS® 9.1 and later. Using CAT functions and CAT CALLs gives you an easier way to streamline your SAS code and facilitate concatenation of character strings. So, leave verbose coding, myriad functions, and the vertical bar concatenation ..→
  15. Red Rover, Red Rover, Send Data Right Over: Exploring External Geographic Data Sources with SAS
    Categories: Ceeotter56 Papers and Presentations, Maps
  16. SAS/GRAPH® and GfK Maps: a Subject Matter Expert Winning Combination
    Categories: Ceeotter56 Papers and Presentations, GfK Maps, MWSUG 2016
  17. The Great Escape(char)
    Categories: Ceeotter56 Papers and Presentations, Presentations, SAS Global Forum 2010
    SAS® provides programmers with many ways to enhance ODS output in addition to the use of both SAS-supplied and user-written ODS styles. Inline formatting of titles, footnotes, text fields, and table cells, and formatting of data using user-written formats and within the DATA step can be ..→
  18. Where in the World are SAS/GRAPH Maps?
    Categories: Ceeotter56 Papers and Presentations, Maps, Presentations, SAS/GRAPH, SAS Global Forum 2014
    SAS® has an amazing arsenal of tools to use and display geographic information that is relatively unknown and underutilized. This presentation will highlight both new and existing capacities for creating stunning, informative maps as well as using geographic data in other ways. SAS provided map ..→
  19. ZIP Code 411: Decoding SASHELP.ZIPCODE and Other SAS® Maps Online Mysteries
    Categories: Ceeotter56 Papers and Presentations, Presentations, SAS Global Forum 2010
    SAS® provides a very useful file called SASHELP.ZIPCODE. This file is relatively unknown and under-utilized. This paper explores current and potential uses of the file, as well as how to update the file on a quarterly basis by accessing SAS MapsOnline. The authors also provide a walk-through of ..→