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Das SAS Global Forum 2009 war die 34. Konferenz in der Reihe SAS Global Forum. Sie fand vom 22. bis zum 25. März 2009 in der US-amerikanischen Hauptstadt Washington D. C. statt. Die Leitung (Conference Chair) der Konferenz übernahm Lori Griffin. Bei der im Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center abgehaltenen Konferenz wurden 3.328 Besucher gezählt.

Beiträge

Die zahlreichen Beiträge waren, nach Themengebieten gruppiert:

Applications Development

  • Daniel Wong: Achieving High Availability in a SAS® Grid Environment.
  • Erik Tilanus: Using the DATA Step as a POP3 Mail Client.
  • David Scocca: The Science of Application Debugging.
  • Dan Jahn, Brad Klenz: Tips and Techniques for Analytic Web Services.
  • John Leveille, David Kratz: Building Analytic Services with SAS® Business Intelligence.
  • Frederick Pratter: SAS® EBI: What Is It, What Will It Do for Me, and Does It Really Work?
  • Sy Truong: Visual Guide to SAS® Web Application Development: Techniques and Methodologies for Efficient Web Application Development for SAS®.
  • John Gober, Arumugam Sutha: Formats, MP/Connect, and Other Efficiency Techniques to Save Time and Space.
  • David A. Vandenbroucke: An Algorithm for Verifying Contiguity in a Set of Linked Entities.
  • Paul M. Dorfman: From Obscurity to Utility: ADDR, PEEK, POKE as DATA Step Programming Tools.
  • Shawn Edney: Creating Common Information Structures Using Lists Stored in SAS® DATA Step HASH Objects.
  • Myron A. Chandler: Maximum SAS®: Analyzing and Increasing Performance.
  • Paul Sherman, Art Carpenter: Secret Sequel: Keeping Your Password Away from the LOG.
  • Cynthia Zender: CSSSTYLE: Stylish Output with ODS and SAS® 9.2.
  • Mai Nguyen, Shane Trahan: Geospatial Analysis Using SAS® and the Google Map API.
  • Chevell Parker: A SAS® Output Delivery System Menu for All Appetites and Applications.
  • Robert M. Lill, Steven R. Tuttle: Developing Rich Internet Applications (RIA) Using the SAS® Intelligence Platform.
  • Eric Gebhart: ODS Packages: Putting Some Zip in Your ODS Output.
  • Houliang Li: The SAS® Terminator: An Ultimate Killer of UNIX Processes.
  • Brian Miles, Ben Zenick: Custom Calculations Are a Snap When Using MDX and OLAP.
  • Chang Y. Chung, John King: Is This Macro Parameter Blank?
  • Nathaniel Derby: Creating Your Own Worksheet Formats in exportToXL.
  • Mark Keintz: A Faster Index for Sorted SAS® Datasets.
  • William E. Benjamin Jr: So, You’ve Got Data Enterprise Wide (SAS®, ACCESS, EXCEL, MySQL, and Others); Well, Let SAS® Enterprise Guide® Software Point-n-Click Your Way to Using It.

Beyond the Basics

  • Art Carpenter: Advanced PROC REPORT: Getting Your Tables Connected Using Links—Part I Tutorial.
  • Michael Molter: Tips and Tricks for Creating the Reports Your Clients Need to See.
  • Gregory Nelson: Building Your First Dashboard Using the SAS® 9 Business Intelligence Platform: A Tutorial.
  • Faron Kincheloe: Get Your Data Squeaky Clean with SAS® Data Quality Server.
  • Lina Clover, Cummins Mebane: Configuring and Customizing SAS® Enterprise Guide® 4.2 in the SAS® Platform Environment.
  • Philip Mason: Building Interactive Web Applications Using Stored Processes.
  • Ben Cochran: Using SAS® Arrays to Manipulate Data.
  • Christianna Williams: A Row Is a Row Is a Row, or Is It? Get Comfortable with Transposing Your Data.
  • Ronald Cody: Advanced Features of User-Defined Formats and Informats.
  • Kirk P. Lafler: Exploring PROC SQL Joins and Join Algorithms.
  • Malachy (Mal) Foley: MERGING vs. JOINING: Comparing the DATA Step with SQL.
  • Jody L. Graham, Rick Langston: Scalability of Table Lookup Techniques.
  • Paul M. Dorfman, Koen Vyverman: The DOW-Loop Unrolled.
  • Wendi L. Wright: Using PROC TABULATE and ODS Style Options to Make Really Great Tables.
  • Henri Theuwissen: You Need to Consolidate Massive Amounts of Data? Select the Fastest Method or Go for Minimal Memory Requirements to Build Your Result.
  • Michael Raithel, Michael Rhoads: You Might Be a SAS® Energy Hog If ....
  • Rupinder Dhillon, Harry Droogendyk: Manipulating OLAP Cubes: Advanced Techniques for SAS® Programmers.
  • Daniel O'Connor, Scott Huntley: Breaking New Ground with SAS® 9.2 ODS Layout Enhancements.

BI Forum/Business Intelligence

  • Ryan Coldwell: Cabela's Tames Two Wild Animals: Integrating SAS® and Teradata.
  • Udo Sglavo, Jon T. Weisz: Data-Driven Story-Telling: Showcasing Visualization and Analytic Techniques with SAS® and JMP®.
  • Charles Kincaid: Revolutionary BI: A Vision for Business Intelligence.
  • Daqing Zhao: The University of Phoenix Wins Big with SAS® Grid Computing.
  • Shyam Pillalamarri, Chris Bailey, SriSatish Ambati: Massively Scaling Concurrent Users of SAS® Financial Management.
  • John Davis: Branding SAS® Web Applications for Your Enterprise.
  • Susan Davis: Real-Time Business Decisions.
  • David Henderson, Sean Alexandre: Integrating SAS® Business Intelligence with Microsoft SharePoint.
  • Anand V. Chitale, Justin Choy: BI User Roles: Managing and Integrating your BI Environment.
  • Lina Clover, Cummins Mebane: A Look into the Future: SAS® Enterprise Guide®, SAS® Add-In for Microsoft Office.
  • Rick Styll: What’s New in SAS® Web Report Studio 4.2.
  • Michael Thomas: Adobe Flash & SAS: Intelligent Interactivity.

Business Intelligence User Applications

  • Gerard Quinn: Implementing a BI Reporting Environment: Making Dashboards More OLAP-Friendly.
  • Jifa Wei, Emily Y. Gao, Frank J. Wang, Robert Chu: Dashboard Reports for Predictive Model Management.
  • Clare A. Nicklin: Identifying Complications and Overcoming Problems Using SAS® Enterprise BI Server.
  • Emilio J. Power, Shawn Edney: Interrogate the Interrogator: Presenting SAS® Usage Information Using BI Tools.
  • Debbie Weisensee, Anne McInnis, Lars Hult: Integrating Financial and Non-Financial Information to Enhance Strategic Decision-Making Capabilities at McMaster University.
  • Janus Mens: Roles in Business Intelligence.
  • Paul Christenson, Susan Trelstad: Information Maps That Rock: How to Design for Optimal Performance While Balancing Cost and Other Business Requirements.
  • Tim Beese, Casey Smith, Lynne Smith: What's New in SAS® Add-In 4.2 for Microsoft Office.

Coders' Corner

  • Rick Langston: Creating SAS® Data Sets from HTML Table Definitions.
  • Xu Zeng: Variable Names Don't Begin with the Same Characters? No Problem: How to Create Variable List without Copying, Pasting or Excel Intervention.
  • Ronald Fehd: Using Functions SYSFUNC and IFC to Conditionally Execute Statements in Open Code.
  • Yunchao (Susan) Tian: LAG: The Very Powerful and Easily Misused SAS® Function.
  • Paul Grant: Using IN:( ) to code Character Comparisons with Criteria Having Different Lengths.
  • Philip R. Holland: The Pros and Cons of PROC DOCUMENT.
  • Diana Suhr: Selecting a Stratified Sample with PROC SURVEYSELECT.
  • William C. Murphy: PROC REPORT: Titling It Right, with Footnotes to Boot.
  • Douglas Zirbel: Learn the Basics of PROC TRANSPOSE.
  • Christine Teng: Let SQL Write SQL Scripts for You – Counts Report.
  • Lisa A. Mendez, Toby Dunn: A Propaedeutics for PROC SQL Joins.
  • Kirk P. Lafler: Exploring the Undocumented PROC SQL _METHOD Option.
  • Jenine Milum: PROC FORMAT, A Speedy Alternative to Sort Sort Merge.
  • Hitesh Sharma: Effectiveness and Cost of SAS® Compression.
  • Richard Koopmann Jr.: %LibDoc: A Library Documentation Macro.
  • Stephanie R. Thompson: Another Way to Make Use of Variable Labels.
  • Paul D. McDonald: Backup from the Startup: Keep a Constant Backup of Your SAS® Logs and Listing Output from SAS Display Manager in Microsoft Windows.
  • Collin Elliot, Eli Morris: “Excel”lent SAS® Formulas: The Creation and Export of Excel Formulas Using SAS.
  • Patricia Hettinger: SCL Is Gone: How Do I Get Variables from My Users into SAS® Enterprise Guide®?.
  • Qingfeng Liang: Choosing the Right Technique to Merge Large Data Sets Efficiently.
  • Anastasiya M. Osborne: Let Me Look At It! Graphic Presentation of Any Numeric Variable.
  • Elizabeth Ceranowski: SAS® Abbreviations Are Your Friends; Use a Template Method to Code!
  • Leonard Landry: The Perils of End-of-File Processing When Subsetting Data.
  • Vincent Weng, Ying Feng: Renaming in Batches.
  • Harry Droogendyk: Which SASAUTOS Macros Are Available to My SAS® Session?
  • Paul Grant: Creating Code Templates in the SAS Enhanced Editor using Abbreviations and User Defined Keywords.
  • Jingjing Shan: Time Travel: How to Easily Create, Loop Through and Manipulate Data with Names Containing YYYYMM.
  • Eric C. Wong: Playing Favorites: How to Manage Date Conflicts When Some Date Ranges Are Preferred Over Others.
  • Robert A. Burnham: Keeping Up to Date: Using Build Tools with SAS®.
  • Nancy Brucken: One-Step Change from Baseline Calculations.
  • Chuck Bininger: Proper Housekeeping: Developing the Perfect “Maid” to Clean Your SAS® Environment.
  • Xin Wei: Dynamically Allocating Exported Data Sets by the Combination of Pipes and X Statement.
  • Larry Hoyle: Implementing Stack and Queue Data Structures with SAS® Hash Objects.
  • Jennifer S. Harper: Mission Possible: Putting a Table and Multiple Graphs on a Single-Page.pdf with ODS and Basic GOPTIONS.
  • Clarke Thacher: Could You Remind Me? Creating Calendar Events from SAS®.
  • Darrell Massengill, Ed Odom: PROC GEOCODE: Creating Map Locations from Your Data.

Communications, Media, Entertainment and Travel

  • John Styers: Targeting in Three Dimensions.
  • David C. Ogden: Customer Lifetime Value Methodology: A Step-by-Step Approach to Quantifying and Optimizing Economic Returns.
  • Rett Crocker, Jay King, Richard Phillips: Demo to Purchase: Using Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis to Improve Downloadable Game Conversion Rates.
  • Alicia Acebo, Supra Dey: Getting Ready for Harry Potter.

Customer Intelligence

  • Eric Peterson: Competing on Web Analytics.
  • Mark Brown, Dwight Mouton: SAS® Marketing Automation and SAS® Marketing Optimization: Take Your Marketing Campaigns to the Next Level.
  • Rex Pruitt: Using Base SAS® and SAS® Enterprise Miner™ to Develop Customer Retention Modeling Strategies.
  • Darryl Lawrence: You Wanted It When? Case Study of a Successful Installation of SAS® Customer Intelligence 5.1 in Two Weeks.

Data Integration

  • Jeff Stander: For Base SAS® Users: Welcome to SAS® Data Integration!
  • Eric Hunley, Gary Mehler, Nancy Rausch: What's New in SAS® Data Integration Studio 4.2.
  • Lisa Frank: At the Controls: An Approach to Security via SAS® Management Console.
  • Steve Morton: Useful by Association: Adding Practical Value by Analyzing SAS® 9 Data Integration Metadata.
  • Soeren Junk: Innovation, Implementation, and Integration: Building a DataWarehouse with SAS® Data Integration Studio and MS SQL Server.
  • Elena Muriel: Exploring the Metadata Family Tree.
  • Cheryl Doninger, Gary Mehler, Nancy Rausch: Data Integration in a Grid-Enabled Environment.
  • Jun Cai: How to Leverage Oracle Bulkload for Performance.
  • Chris Olinger, Stephen Baker: Customizing SAS® Data Integration Studio with Plug-Ins to Turn Off Automap.
  • David M. Kiasi: Using SAS® Data Integration Studio as a Computer-Aided Software Engineering (CASE) Tool.
  • Evangeline Collado: Parameter-Driven Data Integration Using SAS® Stored Processes.
  • John Graas, Brian Mitchell, Tatyana Petrova, Mary Simmons, Michelle Wilkie: Using SAS® OLAP Server for a ROLAP Scenario.

Data Mining and Predictive Modeling

  • Stephen Brobst, Paul Kent: Changing the Game: Technology and Analytics.
  • Russell Gann: BioSense and the Federated Data Environment.
  • Patricia Cerrito: The Problem of Regression Assumptions and the Use of Predictive Modeling.
  • Xiao Wang: Using SAS Enterprise Guide 4.1 to Reduce the Cost of Diabetic Outpatients in Medicare.
  • Howard J. Moskowitz, Dana Rafiee: Rule Development Experimentation: Determining the Best Marketing Message.
  • Barry DeVille: Discover and Drive Brand Activity in Social Networks.
  • George J. Knafl: A SAS® Macro for Adaptive Regression Modeling.
  • Taiyeong Lee, David Duling, Dominique Latour: Predictive Models Based on Reduced Input Space.
  • Kattamuri Sarma: Variable Selection and Transformation of Variables in SAS® Enterprise Miner™ 5.3.
  • Wensui Liu, Jimmy Cela, Chuck Vu: Generalizations of Generalized Additive Model (GAM): A Case of Credit Risk Modeling.
  • David Duling, Wayne Thompson: The Next Generation: SAS® Enterprise Miner™ 6.1.
  • John Leveille, Wayne J. Levin: Optimizing Product Formulation with JMP® and SAS® Enterprise Miner™.

Education

  • Andreas Schleicher: Benchmarking Internationally: The Need Confronts the Reality.
  • Goutam Chakraborty, Julie Petlick: The Increased Utilization of Analytics and How Academic Programs Are Responding to Job Market Demands by Leveraging Predictive Modeling with SAS® Enterprise Miner™ Certification.
  • Amanda Yale: Using a Portal Environment to Strategically Manage Enrollment: The Integration of People, Relationships, and Information.
  • M. Paige Borden: IR Reporting Portal: One-Stop Shopping for Business Intelligence.

Emerging Issues

  • Subrahmanyam Munagala: Solvency II.
  • Marie Lowman: Emerging Markets.
  • Jonathan Hornby: Sustainability the Smart Way

Energy and Utilities

  • Jeremy Rifkin: Leading the Way to the Third Industrial Revolution.
  • David Hamilton, Craig Carothers: Quantifying Energy Risk Exposure Using SAS®: Analyzing the Impact of the Weather and the Economy during Volatile Time.
  • Brian Crow, Bob Bolen: Optimal Data Management for Utility AMI: Smart Grid Data.
  • Ellen Krawiec: Building a Data Repository Using Base SAS®.
  • Sarah J. Whittier: Wholesale Electric Energy Market Analysis with Electronic Quarterly Reports Data.
  • Chris van der Westhuizen: Distribution Interruption Performance Reporting: A Complete Solution.

Financial Services

  • Wei Chen: Risk-Based Portfolio Optimization Using SAS®.
  • Janus Mens: Data Warehouse and SOA: Using Web Services in the Insurance Industry.
  • Marty Ellingsworth: Going from Good to Great: The Value of an Analytic Grid Platform at ISO.
  • Clark Abrahams, Sunny Zhang: A Comprehensive Credit Assessment Framework: Overview and Implications for the Subprime Crisis.
  • Rick Miller: CIBC Case Study: Risk Management and SAS® Tools.
  • Petr Ptacnik: The Path to Profitable Analytics: Via Predictive Analytics to Marketing Automation.
  • Mark B. Gorman: Beyond the Apprentice Model: The Challenge for Business Analytics in Insurance.
  • Daymond Ling: Winning The BI Contest.

Foundations and Fundamentals

  • Marje Fecht: THINK Before You Type… Best Practices Learned the Hard Way.
  • Linda Jolley, Jane Stroupe: Fifty Ways to Lose Your Data (And How to Avoid Them).
  • Erik Tilanus: ODS 101+.
  • Steven First: Understanding the SAS® DATA Step and The Program Data Vector.
  • Bruce Gilsen: Tales from the Help Desk 3: More Solutions for Common SAS® Mistakes.
  • Nathaniel Derby: A Little Stats Won't Hurt You.
  • Howard Plemmons: SAS/ACCESS® to PC Files Data Access Demystified.
  • Henri Theuwissen: SAS® and Microsoft Excel: Two Extreme Worlds. Learn How SAS Works with Excel Data and How Excel Exploits the Power of SAS.
  • Michael Rhoads: Avoiding Common Traps When Accessing RDBMS Data.
  • Andrew Kuligowski: The Ins and Outs and Ups and Downs of Sorted Data.
  • Warren Repole: Don't Be a SAS® Dinosaur: Modernizing Programs with Base SAS® 9.2 Enhancements.
  • Derek Morgan: The Essentials of SAS® Dates and Times.
  • Howard Schreier: Simple Applications of SQL.
  • Earl Westerlund: SAS/GRAPH® for the Timid.
  • Peter Eberhardt: A Cup of Coffee and PROC FCMP: I Cannot Function without Them.
  • Lina Clover: SAS® Enterprise Guide® for the Business Analyst.
  • I-Kong Fu, Wayne Thompson, Mike Porter: Ad Hoc Data Preparation for Analysis Using SAS® Enterprise Guide®.
  • Renato Villacorte: SAS® Fundamentals for Survey Data Processing.

Government

  • Ben Zenick: Doing More with Less.
  • Jonathan Hornby: Doing More with Less: SAS® Response.
  • Janna Baganz: The Wisconsin Department of Revenue Case Study Data Warehousing: Finding Efficiencies
  • Calvin C. Johnson: CSOSA Case Study: Doing More with Less.
  • John Stultz: Trends in Government Health Information Technology.
  • Russell Gann: The BioSense - BioSurveillance to Improve Early Event Detection.
  • Manuel Moreno: Using Integrated Data Systems to Maximize Public Resources.

Hands-on Workshops

  • Kirk P. Lafler: SAS® Macro Programming Tips and Techniques.
  • Vince DelGobbo: More Tips and Tricks for Creating Multi-Sheet Microsoft Excel Workbooks the Easy Way with SAS®.
  • Paul M. Dorfman, Koen Vyverman: The SAS® Hash Object in Action.
  • Art Carpenter: Advanced PROC REPORT: Getting Your Tables Connected Using Links—Part II Practicum.
  • Jennifer Waller: How to Use ARRAYs and DO Loops: Do I DO OVER or Do I DO i?
  • Faron Kincheloe: Get Your Hands Dirty Cleaning Your Data with SAS® Data Quality Server.
  • Marje Fecht, Rupinder Dhillon: A “SAS® Programmer’s Guide” to SAS® Enterprise Guide®.
  • Lora Delwiche, Susan Slaughter: Using PROC SGPLOT for Quick High-Quality Graphs.
  • Ben Cochran: A Gentle Introduction to SAS/GRAPH® Software.

Pharma, Life Sciences and Healthcare

  • Steve Wilson: HL7, CDISC, and the FDA—Moving on Down the Path to Data Standards.
  • Peter Villiers: Supporting CDISC Standards in Base SAS® Using the SAS® Clinical Standards Toolkit.
  • Sandra Minjoe: Implementing CDISC When You Already Have Standards: A Case Study.
  • Michael Molter: A SAS® Programmer’s Guide to Generating Define.xml.
  • Jeff Goldsmith: Keynote Presentation, Digital Medicine: The Future of Information Technology in Healthcare.
  • Gregory Nelson: Data Convergence in Life Sciences and Healthcare: Overview and Implications.
  • Scott C. Thompson, Stephanie R. Thompson: Talking Past Each Other? How to Communicate with Medical Writers When Preparing Clinical Research Manuscripts for Journal Submission.
  • Parag Shiralkar: Clinical SAS® Programming: Analysis and Mitigation of Risk.
  • Michael Kilhullen: Using SAS® Clinical Data Integration Server to Implement and Manage CDISC Standards.
  • Mary Doyle, Qingfeng Liang, Gretchen Ciocco, Michele Mesiano, Shouqiang Wang: Using SAS® to Build the Managed Care Data Warehouse at Community Care Behavioral Health Organization.
  • Jim Groeneveld: MedDRA Data as SAS® Formats.
  • Ian Fleming, Gregory Steffens: The Second CDISC Pilot Project: Standards for Integrating Databases.
  • Rachel Brown, Jennifer K. Fulton: Backpacking Your Way through CDISC: A Budget-Minded Guide to Basic Concepts and Implementation.
  • Sunil Gupta: Practice Makes Perfect: Training and Performing in the Pharmaceutical Industry.
  • Susan L. Schwartz: Clinical Trial Reporting Using SAS/GRAPH® SG Procedures.

Planning, Development and Support

  • Amy Peters: What’s New in SAS® Training for SAS® 9.2.
  • Elizabeth Axelrod: Boot Camp for Programmers: Stuff You Need to Know That's Not in the Manual—Best Practices to Help Us Achieve.
  • Shiva Srinivasan, Fabian Robinson: The Many Hats of the SAS® Administrator.
  • Brian Varney: Realizing Value Quickly from a Newly Installed SAS® Enterprise BI Platform.
  • Angela Hall: Supporting a SAS® Server Architecture.
  • Jenine Milum: Assessing SAS® Skill Level during the Interview Process.
  • Rick Mitchell, Stephen Noga: Obtaining, Growing, and Retaining Your Professional SAS® Staff: A Panel Discussion.

Panel Discussion

Diese Diskussion fand auf sasCommunity.org statt.

Posters

  • Barbara Schneider, Kristan Schneider: A Discussion of Various Possibilities for Data Entry Using SAS®: An Evergreen.
  • Paul Anderson: Automating Your SAS® Jobs.
  • Louise S. Hadden: Behind the Scenes with SAS®: Using Custom Graphics in SAS® Output.
  • Edmond Cheng: Better, Faster, and Cheaper SAS® Software Lifecycle.
  • Wendy Dickinson, Bruce Hall, Constance Hines: Bubble, Bubble: Less Toil, No Trouble.
  • Gary McQuown, John Zheng: Combining Pieces and Parts to Create a Comprehensive Program.
  • Neal Musitano Jr.: E-Mail z/OS CICS Exception Reports in Plain Text Format Using DATA _NULL_ and MXG® Software.
  • Mollie Van Loon, John Shingler: Evolution of the Investigator Satisfaction Ranking Report: The Advantage of Using the PROC REPORT Procedure/ODS Excel versus a CROSSTAB Output or CROSSTAB/ODS Excel.
  • Kirby Jackson, Linda Moneyham, Abbas S. Tavakoli: Examining Mediator and Moderator Effect Using Rural-Women HIV Study.
  • Perry Watts: Generate a Customized Axis Scale with Uneven Intervals in SAS® Automatically.
  • Himesh Patel: Graphs in Flash, using Graph Template Language (GTL).
  • James L. Ribble: Create State and County Plots Easily Using a Set of SAS/GRAPH® Utility Macros.
  • Rita Tsang: Mapping CDISC Metadata Attributes: Using DATA _NULL_ and PROC DATASETS in SAS®.
  • Tariq S. Jaffery, Shirley X. Liu: Measuring Campaign Performance by Using Cumulative Gain and Lift Chart.
  • David Franklin: Merging Data Eight Different Ways.
  • Sanjay Matange: ODS Graphics Designer.
  • Bethany A. Bell, Corina M. Owens, Jeffrey Kromrey, John Ferron: Parsimony vs. Complexity: A Monte Carlo Investigation of Hierarchical and Cross-Classified Modeling Using SAS® PROC MIXED.
  • Louie Huang: PROC SQL and SAS® Macro: Beyond the Basics.
  • Gary Foster, Charles Goldsmith, Lehana Thabane: SAS® Magic Squares.
  • Taras Zlupko: SAS® in Financial Research: Embracing Data.
  • Ashok K. Chaurasia: SAS® Macros Toolkit for Graphical Representation of Complex Data.
  • Ismail E. Mohamed: Simulating Time Series Analysis: Examining the Long-Run Relationships (Cointegration) – Part II.
  • Ismail E. Mohamed: Simulating Time Series Testing: The Augmented Dickey Fuller (ADF) Test – Part I.
  • Arkady M. Kushnir: Source of Nitrogen in Q-BOP Steel (Statistical Analysis).
  • Sharon Schiro: Testing your SAS® Code against Known Data.
  • David Franklin: Using SAS® System and Dataset Options to Control Your Data.
  • Chris Helwig: Using SAS® to Analyze System Performance Metrics.
  • James L. Ribble: Using SAS/GRAPH®, JavaScript, and ODS to Create Interactive HTML Output.
  • Barbara Okerson: Using SAS® to Explore the Impact of a Care Management Maternity Program.
  • Sharon Avrunin-Becker, Marie Alexander: Wandering Cross-Reference Lines in PROC GPLOT.
  • Murphy Choy: Why Is SAS® Certification Helpful in Enhancing Your Career as an Analyst and SAS Programmer?
  • Louise S. Hadden, Mike Zdeb: Wow! You Did That Map with SAS/GRAPH®?

Reporting and Information Visualization

  • Perry Watts: Using SAS® Software to Generate Textbook-Style Histograms.
  • Shiqun (Stan) Li: Using SAS® to Create Proportional Venn Diagrams.
  • Philip R. Holland: GTL (Graphics Template Language) in SAS® 9.2.
  • Andrea Wainwright-Zimmerman: SAS® Graphs in Small Multiples.
  • LeRoy Bessler: Show Them What’s Important with Communication-Effective SAS® Graphs: Solutions for a Finite Work Day in an Era of Information Overload.
  • Pete Lund: Make Your Tables Pop: Adding Micrographics to PROC REPORT Output.
  • Eric Gebhart: Inline Formatting with ODS Markup.
  • Louise S. Hadden: Turn the Tables on Boring Reports with SAS® 9.2 and RTF Tagset Options.
  • Mark Beardsley, Barbara Kolln, Ronald Palanca, Hong Zhang: Building Drill-Down Capabilities Dynamically in SAS® Output Using Base SAS®
  • Paul Cascagnette: Automatic Generation of Titles, Footnotes, and Superscripts for Tables with Macros and PROC REPORT.
  • Xin Wei: A Framework to Customize Frame: Building an Interactive Report Web Portal by ODS.
  • Cynthia Zender: Tiptoe through the Templates.
  • Turner Bond: Power You Didn’t Know You Had: Using PSAX to Create Self-Generating Web Libraries with SAS®.
  • Larry Hoyle: Visualizing Two Social Networks Across Time with SAS®: Collaborators on a Research Grant vs. Those Posting on SAS-L.
  • Darrell Massengill, Jeff Phillips: Tips and Tricks IV: More SAS/GRAPH® Map Secrets.
  • David J. Corliss: Enhancements to Maps Using the Annotate Data Set.
  • Devi Sekar: Cool Maps with Custom Areas.
  • Carol Martell: Notes from an Intersection: Google Earth @ SAS®.

Retail

  • Bryan Ramsey: Welcome to SAS Retail User Group and SAS Global Forum.
  • Dee Warmath: Navigating through Informed Intuition.
  • Rob Berman, Aaron Cano, Todd Wermerson: Customer Intelligence Panel.
  • Richard Flaks: Assortment Planning.
  • Chris Hunter, Bob Schafer, Wes Stewart: Reporting Panel.
  • Kevin Schneider: Markdown Optimization.
  • Todd Kizer, Mike Wilson: User Adoption Projects
  • Shiva Kommareddi, Deva Kumar: Annual SAS Update to Retail Merchandise Intelligence Users.
  • Stephen Timme: Building a Better IT Business Case.
  • Dave Hunter: Forecasting.
  • Amy Clouse, Ann Ferguson, Kelly Richie: Admin functions in SAS Merchandise Planning and Intelligence.
  • Bryan Ramsey: SAS Retail User Group Discussion.
  • Tad Bickford, Mark Sakowski: Asked and Answered -- How to Overcome the 10 most common challenges in MI Implementation/Use.

SAS Presents

  • Bill McNeill: Test-Driving the Improvements to the INFOMAPS Procedure and LIBNAME Engine.
  • Lisa Dodson, Pat Herbert: Improving the Trust Factor: What’s Your Reporting IQ?
  • David Barkaway: Change Data Capture and the Benefits to the Modern Enterprise Data Warehouse.
  • Adam Budlong: The SAS® OLAP Server: Understanding and Solving Common Problem Situations.
  • Billie Anderson, Susan Haller, Naeem Siddiqi: Reject Inference Techniques Implemented in Credit Scoring for SAS® Enterprise Miner™.
  • Rajesh S. Selukar: Structural Analysis of Time Series Using the SAS/ETS® UCM Procedure.
  • Sharad Prabhu, Randall Tobias, Tonya Balan: Experimenting Outside the Box: Using SAS/QC® for Modern Applications of Experimental Design.
  • David Barkaway, Jeff Stander: How SAS® Data Integration and Data Quality Tools Can Be Applied to Solve the Data Migration Paradox.
  • Howard Plemmons: Top Ten SAS® DBMS Performance Boosters for 2009.
  • Margaret Crevar, Tony Brown: How to Maintain Happy SAS® 9 Users.
  • Yang C. Yuan: Group Sequential Analysis Using the New SEQDESIGN and SEQTEST Procedures.
  • Abdel Etri: The SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server® – Controlling the Beast!
  • Daniel O'Connor: The Power to Show: Ad Hoc Reporting, Custom Invoices, and Form Letters.
  • Dan Taylor, Keefe Hayes: z/OS SAS® Deployment: This Isn't Your Father's Install Anymore!
  • Manfred Kiefer: New Language Features in SAS® 9.2 for the Global Enterprise.
  • Udo Sglavo: Statistics and Samples: Judging Time Series Models Automatically.
  • Ed Hughes, Hong Chen, Emily Lada, Phil Meanor: Exploring System Performance with SAS® Simulation Studio.
  • Cynthia Zender: Have It Your Way: Rearrange and Replay Your Output with ODS DOCUMENT.
  • Mary Simmons, Michelle Wilkie: Best Practice: Optimizing the Cube Build Process in SAS® 9.2.
  • Anand V. Chitale, Chris Hemedinger: What's New in SAS® Enterprise Guide® 4.2?
  • Forrest Boozer, Diane Hatcher: Using SAS® 9.2 Metadata Security Reporting and Auditing Features.
  • Jon T. Weisz: Exploring JMP® 8 Integration with SAS® 9.2: A Rich Set of Development Tools for the Analytic/Dynamic Report Application Developer.
  • Warren Kuhfeld: Modifying ODS Statistical Graphics Templates in SAS® 9.2.
  • Dan Heath: Secrets of the SG Procedures.
  • Heesun Park, Brian English: SAS® Business Intelligence Web Application Security Configuration Primer.
  • Diane Hatcher, Justin Choy: Keeping Things Going with SAS® Reporting: A Look at Various SAS® 9.2 Server Options for Performance Considerations.
  • Leigh Ihnen, Michael R. Jones: Improving SAS® I/O Throughput by Avoiding the Operating System File Cache.
  • Scott Chastain, Lisa Dodson, Pat Herbert: How to Leverage DataFlux® and SAS® for Operational Empowerment.
  • Jessica Fraley, Tanya Kalich: Metadata Reporting Using the SAS® Configuration Troubleshooter: A Best Practice.
  • Joe M. Flynn: SAS® Stored Processes: Going beyond the Current Capabilities of the Stored Process Wizard.
  • Sanjay Matange: ODS Graphics Designer: Your Tool of Choice for Interactive, Batchable Graphics.
  • Alec Fernandez: The SAS® 9.2 Software Deployment: A Deployment Experience Your Mother Would Love.
  • Michael Williams, Gretel Easter, Steve Bradsher: Troubleshoot Your Performance Issues: SAS® Technical Support Shows You How.
  • Tony Brown, Margaret Crevar: Running SAS® on Windows 32-Bit Systems: Ceilings, Limitations, and Realities.
  • Maura Stokes, Robert Rodriguez, Tonya Balan: Methods, Models, and More: New Analyses Available with SAS/STAT® 9.2.
  • Linda Jolley, Jane Stroupe: Dear Ms. SAS® Answers: A Guide to Efficient PROC SQL Coding.
  • David Shamlin, David Duling: In-Database Procedures with Teradata: How They Work and What They Buy You.
  • Jeffrey Bailey, Pat Bostic: Publish SAS® Formats in Your Teradata Server; Impress Your Friends.
  • Robert S. Ray, Wayne Thompson: SAS® and Teradata: Accelerating the Power to Know.

SAS Presents... Global Perspectives

  • Atul Goel: Time Series Prediction Using Neural Networks.
  • Reyzi D. Pamir: Translating DNA of Customers into Business Value through Analytics.
  • Frank De Saer: BI Strategy at the Belgian Federal Government Economy
  • Dieter Steinmann: BI as a Management Tool to Drive Frankfurt Airport.
  • Giuseppe Bruno: SAS® Enterprise BI Client Components in the Research Area of the Bank of Italy: First Experiences.
  • Won-Suk Woo, Ja Hee Hwang: Setting Up the Marketing Plans for Lotte Department Store.
  • Danilo Ballanti, Claudia Settimi, Alessia Cuminetti: ART (Advanced Reporting Tools).
  • Mattias Andersson, Robert Moberg: Active Use of Data Mining in the Customer Life Cycle Management Process of a Telecom Operator.
  • Kerem Tezic: Prevention of Work-Related Accidents with Text Mining.
  • Renato B. Lantin: Demand-Planning Statistical Forecasting Tool ECD.
  • Ahmed Zailan bin Shaari, Mohd Azmi Omar: International Islamic University Malaysia Builds World-Class Reputation with Help from SAS.
  • Kalle Ahola: Is There a Shortcut to Business Intelligence? Case Tapiola Group.
  • Hasan O. Utkueri: Puzzle Completed by Eureko Sigorta.

SAS Presents... IT Management

  • Yves Lapierre: Transitioning to a Business Analytics Environment.
  • Keith Collins, Anne Robinson, Eric Williams: Panel Discussion: How to Roll Out a Powerful, Effective Business Analytics Framework.
  • Allan Russell: The Five Faces of Business Intelligence.

SAS Presents... JMP

  • Patrick T. Biltgen: Filtered Monte Carlo Simulation for Inverse Design Using JMP 8.
  • David Meintrup: Confidence Information of ROC Curves, AUC, and Partial AUC with JMP®.
  • George von Borries: SAS® and JMP® Integration for Implementing a Clustering Algorithm for High Dimension Low Sample Size Data.
  • Steve Figard: The Basics of Experimental Design for Multivariate Analysis.
  • Vincent Wingate, Jeff Regan, Lynn Dickey: Use of DOE to Determine the Critical Parameters and Design Space for Production of Biotherapeutic Proteins.
  • Tzu-Ming Chu, Cheryl Doninger, Glenn Horton, Stan Martin, Pei-Yi Tan, Russ Wolfinger: Cross Validation and Learning Curve Model Comparison with JMP® Genomics and Grid Computing.

SAS Presents... Solutions

  • Tom Edds, Ron Statt: Using SAS® OnDemand for Academics to Meet Changing Student Needs, Reduce Software Access Barriers, and Grow SAS® Skills.
  • Greg Henderson, Joe Zilka: The Platform for SAS® Business Analytics as a Centrally Managed Service.
  • Kelly A. McGuire, Steve Pinchuk: The Future of Revenue Management.
  • Keith Renison: Carbon Footprint Modeling with SAS® for Sustainability Management: Beyond Calculation.
  • Tony Adkins: SAS® Profitability Management and SAS® Activity-Based Management: What's All the Buzz about?
  • Richard Foley, Paul Kent: The XML Super Hero: An Advanced Understanding of Manipulating XML with SAS®.
  • Frank Lieble: SAS® IT Intelligence for VMware: Resource Optimization and Cost Recovery.
  • Karl Fisher, Clarke Thacher: Virtualization: What Does It Mean for SAS®?
  • Kimberly R. Weller: Mainstreaming Web Data with SAS® Web Analytics.
  • Brent Lever: Adaptive Contact Planning.
  • Andy Bober, Toshi Tsuboi: Event-Driven Marketing Using SAS® Customer Intelligence.
  • Manya Mayes, Michael J. Pawlak, Mary-Elizabeth Eddlestone: Know Your Customer, the Last, True Bastion in an Economic Downturn.
  • Jim Georges, Sanjay Arangala, Jin-Whan Jung, Jay King, John Brocklebank: Fraud Detection in Social Services Data Using SAS®.
  • John A. Shipway, Mark Wolff: Intelligently Targeting Physicians Using SAS® Enterprise Miner™.
  • Kim M. Wilson: If I Only Had a Map. Getting from Here to There: Common Approaches to Solving Data Step Logic Issues.
  • Diane Hatcher, LanChien Hsueh: Dynamic Prompts Make Data Cascading Easy: Introducing New Features in SAS® 9.2 Prompt Framework.
  • Martha Hays: SAS® Tile Charts: Thousands of Business Tips with One Click.
  • Emmanuel Roche: Sentiment Analysis in Context.
  • Yves Schabes: Web Crawling and Search as a First Step to Textual Data Gathering.

SAS Presents...Operations Research

  • Ivan Oliveira, Charles Dulaney, Rob Pratt: Using the SAS/OR® OPTMODEL Procedure to Assign Students to Schools in the Wake County Public Schools System.
  • Sandra Archer, Robert Armacost, Julia Pet-Armacost: Implementing a Repair Heuristic for Unplanned Work in Resource Constrained Project Schedules Using Base SAS® and SAS® PROC CPM.
  • Patralekha Bhattacharya: Optimizing the Marketing Mix.
  • Ed Hughes, Trevor Kearney: New Features in Optimization with SAS/OR®.

SAS® Workshop: SAS® Business Intelligence

  • Kari Richardson, Eric Rossland: SAS® Workshop: SAS® Business Intelligence.

SAS® Workshop: SAS® Business Visualization

  • Kari Richardson, Eric Rossland: SAS® Workshop: SAS® Business Visualization.

SAS® Workshop: SAS® Data Integration

  • Kari Richardson, Eric Rossland: SAS® Workshop: SAS® Data Integration.

Statistics and Data Analysis

  • George A. Milliken: Designing Experiments for the Process.
  • David Dickey: Stationarity Testing in High-Frequency Seasonal Time Series.
  • Lea Liu, Sandy A. Forman, Bruce A. Barton: Fitting Cox Model Using PROC PHREG and Beyond in SAS®.
  • Lida Gharibvand, Lei Liu: Analysis of Survival Data with Clustered Events.
  • Anders Milhøj: An Analysis of Market Shares on the Danish Alcohol Market Using Unobserved Components.
  • Amina Barhdadi, Yassamin Feroz Zada, Marie-Pierre Dube: Beyond SAS/Genetics™.
  • Elisa L. Priest, Brian Adams, Lori A. Fischbach: Easier Exploratory Analysis for Epidemiology: A Grad Student “How-To” Paper.
  • Michael Cunningham: More than Just the Kappa Coefficient: A Program to Fully Characterize Inter-Rater Reliability between Two Raters.
  • Jan Chvosta, Mark Little: Model Fitting and Data Analyses in SAS/ETS® Software Using ODS Statistical Graphics.
  • R. Scott Leslie: Image Is Almost Everything: Displaying Statistics via ODS.
  • Hanjoo Kim, Justine Shults: %QLS SAS® Macro: A SAS Macro for Analysis of Longitudinal Data Using Quasi-Least Squares.
  • Pat Berglund: Getting the Most Out of the SAS® Survey Procedures: Repeated Replication Methods, Subpopulation Analysis, and Missing Data Options in SAS® 9.2.
  • David Izrael, Michael Battaglia, Martin Frankel: Extreme Survey Weight Adjustment as a Component of Sample Balancing (a.k.a. Raking).
  • David Pasta: Learning When to Be Discrete: Continuous vs. Categorical Predictors.
  • Wensui Liu, Chuck Vu, Sandeep Kharidhi: A Class of Predictive Models for Multilevel Risks.
  • Nan-Ting Chou, David Steenhard: A Flexible Count Data Regression Model Using SAS® PROC NLMIXED.
  • Teck Kiang Tan, Trivina Kang, David Hogan: Using GEE to Model Student's Satisfaction: A SAS® Macro Approach.
  • Jiming Fang, Peter C. Austin, Jack V. Tu: Test Linearity between Continuous Confounder and Binary Outcome First, Run Multivariate Regression Analysis Second.
  • Robert Seffrin: Interactive Outlier Review and Regression Analysis in SAS® Stat Studio.
  • Jose G. Ramirez, Jon T. Weisz: Designing Multi-Step Fractional Factorial Split-Plots: A Combined JMP® and SAS® User Application.
  • John Sall: Choice Experiments for Market Research and Other Features in JMP® 8.
  • Tianlin Wang: All the Cows in Canada: Massive Mixed Modeling with the HPMIXED Procedure in SAS® 9.2.
  • Fang Chen: Bayesian Modeling Using the MCMC Procedure.
  • Larry Douglass: Comparison of Features and Applications of Four Linear Models Procedures.
  • Robert Cohen: Applications of the GLMSELECT Procedure for Megamodel Selection.

Systems Architecture

  • Melissa Skanderson, Xiaoqiang Wang: Automate Dummy Variable Created from Large Longitudinal RDBMS Tables.
  • Tim Walters: SAS® as SaaS: The Benefits and Challenges of Implementing an Enterprise-Scale SAS Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence Shared Service.
  • Dana Rafiee: High-Performance Grid and Cluster Computing Industry Trends.
  • Don Kros: Very Large Dataset Performance as Measured Across Multiple SAS 9.1.3 Data Storage Options.
  • Jeffrey Abolafia, Chris Decker, Frank DiIorio, Gregory Steffens, Sy Truong: The Use of Electronic Metadata: Panel Discussion.
  • Truls Andersen, Frode Langseth, Shiraz A. Bhaiji, Stein Nyfløt: Min Logistikk: Using SAS® BI Web Services in a Service-Oriented Architecture at Norway Post Delivering Information Securely to Customers on the Extranet.
  • Fred Forst, John Standefer: Retirement of Legacy Clinical Systems and Moving to SAS® Drug Development, Much More than Just Moving the Data.
  • Diane Hatcher, Sandy McNeill: Getting from SAS® 9.1.3 to SAS® 9.2: Migration Tools or Promotion Tools.
  • Stein Arve Finnestad, Gisle Karlsen, Rune Lekve, Pål Navestad, Terje Strømstad, Odd Jarle Tednes: The Interactive Data Warehouse: Introducing Transactional Data Marts and “Smart Applications” to Interact with Data Warehouse Data.
  • Phil Hatfield: ISO's Evolution to BI on the Grid: A Customer Perspective.
  • Nicholas Eayrs, Tanya Kalich, Graham Lester, Stuart Rogers: Maximizing the Performance of Your SAS® Solution: Case Studies in Web Application Server Tuning for n-tier SAS Applications.
  • Steven J. O'Donoghue, Andrew Ratcliffe: Configuration Management for SAS® Software Projects.
  • William E. Benjamin Jr: You Use SAS®, Your Boss Uses Excel. Guess Where Your Results Are Going to Appear! Using ODS to Create Your Results in Excel.
  • Andrew Karp: Traffic-Lighting Your Reports the Easy Way with ODS and PROC REPORT.
  • LeRoy Bessler: Using SAS® to Manage, Monitor, and Control the SAS® BI Server: User-Developed Custom Tools for the SAS® Server Administrator, User, or Manager.
  • Sy Truong: Cloud Computing with SAS®: Software Is Going through a Fundamental Shift from Shrink-Wrapped in a Box to the Cloud

Tagungsband

Der Tagungsband der Konferenz ist:

  • SAS Institute Inc. (Herausgeber): Proceedings of the SAS® Global Forum 2009 Conference. SAS Institute Inc., Cary, NC 2009. Online als HTML.

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