VIEWS News 75 (2024Q1) has been published!


VIEWS News issue 75 has now been published.

Supporting all Foundation SAS programmers, this newsletter continues to bring you information to make the most of SAS 9. This newsletter issue includes examples of how to make chloropeth maps using ODS Graphics from LeRoy Bessler, and Richard Carson continues his discussion about configuring of SAS processes without editing them in the fifth and penultimate part of a series of articles about KT. As usual I have publicised some more SAS‑related events for the next few months, and I have also added more SAS formats, options and functions that you may, or may not, have come across before, but you might find interesting, and even useful.

Note that LeRoy Bessler and I will be having an Authors Discussion Lunch in Milwaukee on 26Jun2024, or, more accurately, LeRoy and I will be having lunch in Milwaukee, and you are welcome to join us. A link for more details can be found in the Diary section.

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