Build Popular Clinical Graphs using SASSanjay MatangeWaterfall Charts, Swimmer Plots, Survival Plots and Forest Plots are some of the most frequently requested graphs in clinical research. These graphs are easy to build with the SGPLOT procedure. What you need is a good plan, prepare the data as per this plan and use the right plot statements.
Animate your Data!Kriss HarrisThis hands-on workshop demonstrates how you can use animation in SAS 9.4 to report your safety data, using techniques such as visualizing a patients laboratory results, vital sign results, and electrocardiogram results and seeing how those safety results change over time.
Proc Lua and why you should know itRowland Hale, Syneos Health, Principal Statistical ProgrammerDuring this introductory workshop you will receive a grounding in the Lua language within SASs new procedure Proc Lua, which provides an implementation of the Lua scripting language and which offers a realistic and accessible alternative to the SAS Macro language for building SAS code dynamically.
Embrace Open-source Technology Haiping Yu, dMed Pandas is a powerful and flexible data analysis and manipulation tool, along with numerous versatile Python packages and community support, which make it pretty good at clinical data collection and tabulation stages.This workshop will bring basic tutorials of developing medical review tools from scratch by using Pandas and demonstrate how different SAS /SQL operations would be performed in Pandas.
Taking it to Task with SAS(R) Matt Becker, SAS Institute SAS Studio comes equipped with pre-defined tasks to help you generate code AND the ability to create your own tasks. The pre-defined tasks are very helpful when it comes to using procedures and methods you are unfamiliar with. The included tasks cover areas such as data summarization, graphing, probability, statistics, high-performance statistics, power and sample size, multivariate analysis, econometrics, forecasting, statistical process control, and data mining. Tasks are an excellent way to learn new procedures or options. Once you have the output working the way you want, you can just cut and paste the automatically generated code into your own program. In this hands-on workshop, we will cover a number of the pre-defined tasks and then build a task of our own!