PharmaSUG 2001 was in Boston Winning Papers

The papers listed here won the "Best Paper Award" in their respective sections.
You can view the abstracts on-line or you can download each of the papers.
The papers are in pdf format (which requires Adobe Acrobat Reader) and available for downloading as self-extracting zip files.
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APPLICATIONS DEVELOPMENT
Jay Zhou of Quintiles, Inc., Kansas City, Missouri
%Qexcel Tackles the Challenges of Converting Data to SAS® from Excel®
Abstract Paper
CODER'S CORNER
Rich Schiefelbein of PRA International, Lenexa, KS
%Addval: A SAS® Macro Which Completes the Cartesian Product of Dataset Observations for All Values of a Selected Set of Variables
Abstract Paper
DATA MANAGEMENT
Arthur L. Carpenter of California Occidental Consultants
Building and Using Macro Libraries
Abstract Paper
David Johndrow of Analytical Sciences, Inc., Durham, NC
SAS® Techniques to Get the Most out of Oracle Clinical®
Abstract Paper
FDA COMPLIANCE: ELECTRONIC SUBMISSION & VALIDATION
Paul Hamilton of Immunex Corporation, Seattle, WA
ODS to RTF: Tips and Tricks
Abstract Paper
POSTERS
Lev Sverdlov, Ph.D. of Innapharma, Inc., Park Ridge, NJ
DISCRIMINANT ANALYSIS (PROC DISCRIM) TO SEPARATE A STUDY POPULATION BY TREATMENT SUBGROUPS IN A CLINICAL TRIAL WITH A NEW ANTIDEPRESSANT
Abstract Paper
STATISTICS & PHARMACOKINETICS -
REPORTING & ANALYSIS
J.D. Opdyke of Economic Consulting Group - Andersen, LLP, Boston, MA
Fast Two-Sample Permutation Tests, Even When One Sample is Large, that Efficiently Maximize Power Under Crude Monte Carlo Sampling
Abstract Paper
TECHNICAL TECHNIQUES
John K. Troxell of Merck & Co., Inc., Rahway, NJ
Bulletproofing and Knowledge Encapsulation in Statistical Macros
Abstract Paper
TUTORIALS
Frederick Pratter of Department of Computer Science, University of Montana, Missoula MT
Access to Relational Databases Using SAS ®
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