The Virtual SAS Users Group (VirtualSUG) will present two free online sessions on November 7, 2008. Complete details, including information on how to register for these events, is available at http://www.virtualsug.org
The first session on November 7 will be offered by Joshua Drukenborg of the US Environmental Protection Agency from 0830-0930 Pacific/1130-1230 Eastern Time. His presentation, “Using SAS® and Google Earth™ to Access and Display Air Pollution Data,” demonstrates how SAS can be used to create files written in Google Earth’s Keyhole Markup Language (KML) as well as how these KML files can utilize SAS/IntrNet® to display data dynamically in an easy, user-friendly fashion.
The second presentation on Nov. 7 is by Peter Flom, Ph.D., an independent SAS and statistical consulting in New York City. “PROC LOGISITC: Traps for the Unwary,” identifies situations where this popular SAS/STAT® procedure runs without errors, but the model it generated is problematic. The talk then describes ways to address these problems in order to obtain useful results.
Complete details on how to participate in VirtualSUG’s online sessions are available at http://www.virtualsug.org
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