[misug] Registration for June 4 MSUG 1-Day SAS Conference is Open!

  • From: "Nancy B" <brucken@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <misug@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 22 Apr 2015 03:33:43 -0400

Registration for the June 4 Michigan SAS Users Group 1-Day SAS Conference at Schoolcraft College in Livonia is open now! Go to the MSUG website at http://www.misug.org to register for a full day of presentations from SAS employees and industry experts!

The day starts with check-in and a full breakfast at 8:00 AM, and presentations begin at 8:30. There will be two separate tracks, one consisting primarily of statistical presentations, and another covering more general SAS programming topics. Here is a list of the planned presentations; the actual schedule will be posted shortly. Abstracts are available on the MSUG website.

Applied Quantile Regression Using SAS - Yonggang Yao, SAS

PDF vs. HTML: Can't We All Get Along - Cynthia Zender, SAS

A Review of "Free" Massive Open Online Content (MOOC) for SAS Learners - Kirk Paul Lafler, Software Intelligence Corporation

Hierarchical Generalized Linear Models Using PROC NLMIXED and PROC GLIMMIX - Jeremy Albright, Methods Consultants of Ann Arbor

How Valued is Value Level Metadata? - Shelley Dunn, d-Wise (PharmaSUG 2014 Best Paper Winner)

Logistic Modeling with Applications to Marketing and Credit Risk in the Automotive Industry - Bruce Lund and Keith Shields, Magnify Analytic Solutions

SAS Style Templates: Always in Fashion - Cynthia Zender, SAS

10 Do's and Don'ts for Effective Dashboard Design Using Base SAS - Kirk Paul Lafler, Software Intelligence Corporation

S-M-U (Set, Merge and Update) Revisited - Andrew Kuligowski, HSN

Registration for the conference costs $75 on or before May 21, and includes both breakfast and lunch. After May 21, the price increases to $125. There is a special student rate of $10, and you must bring proof of enrollment at check-in.

We hope to see you at the conference! Please go to http://www.misug.org to register.


Pre and Post Conference Training!

In addition, MSUG is sponsoring pre- and post-conference training classes at the Residence Inn in Livonia. On Wednesday afternoon, Jeremy Albright will teach a class on "Hierarchical Linear Models Using PROC MIXED". Kirk Paul Lafler will conduct two half-day training classes on Friday, June 5; "PROC SQL Programming: The Basics and Beyond" will be held on Friday morning, and "Best Practice Programming Techniques Using SAS Software" is scheduled for Friday afternoon. Each training class costs $185 per person, with a group discount available for 3 or more people from the same company. Complete course descriptions are available on the MSUG website, http://www.misug.org. You can also register for the training classes at the MSUG website.


The Institute for Health and Business Insight is excited to host the "Annual Advanced Analytics and Predictive Modeling Forum" for the
fourteenth consecutive year. The event brings in business and analytics leaders from a variety of industries and backgrounds - from companies such as General Motors to The Dow Chemical Company - to share and discuss ideas and solutions to business problems. The theme of this year's forum will be "The Dark Side of Analytics", encompassing the mistakes and ethical boundaries associated with Big Data, analytics, and visualization, and ways we can correct and prevent these from occurring. For more information on the event, please email us at ihbi@xxxxxxxxx, or check out our website at http://cmich.edu/colleges/CHP/ihbi/Events/Pages/Annual-Forum.aspx.

We hope to see you there!


Many thanks to the sponsors of our 2015 1-Day SAS Conference- SAS, PharmaSUG and MWSUG!

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