Author: Philip Holland

Owner and Administrator of Holland Numerics: Blog and Forums.

Can you help? Supporting Coronavirus Research by searching research papers with SAS

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Total views 63  Kaggle are running a competition to develop a Python or R application to filter the vast collection of medical research papers that are being published every day. The CORD-19 dataset represents the most extensive machine-readable coronavirus literature collection available for data mining to date. This allows the worldwide AI research community the opportunity […]

I’m self-isolating and washing my hands!

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Total views 10  I’m saying this to save others, not because I’m a diabetic asthmatic and I am at greater risk from coronavirus, but I have been self-isolating since March 17: Watching the news over the weekend, and seeing parks, markets and beaches packed with selfish visitors disregarding government instructions to distance themselves from others, I […]

The SAS Programming Forum has been growing again with new SAS course sections and topics

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Total views 28  The SAS course sections and topics themselves are in the SAS Programming Forum, which can only be accessed by Programming level members, but Free members can read the SAS course – Home page and see the individual section and topic names. The SAS course and the SAS Programming Forum continue to grow, I […]

How has 2020 gone so far?

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Total views 27  I had a number of plans at the beginning of 2020, so how are they doing so far: February 2020: Publish VIEWS News issue 59. Follow the link to learn how to get free access! – Published in early March 2020. March/April 2020: Present a paper at SAS Global Forum (SASGF) in Washington […]

VIEWS News 59 (2020Q1) has been published!

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Total views 6  VIEWS News issue 59 has been published today. Articles in this issue are by LeRoy Bessler (ODS Graphics procedure), Scott Thomson (Analytics environment), and myself (SAS macros). I’ve also added more interesting/useful formats, options and functions, and future SAS-related events. If you would like to contribute an article on any SAS topic, or […]

SAS-related Jobs from Recruiters in UK and US in March 2020

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Total views 8  Looking for a SAS-related job? There are a number of SAS-related jobs in the SAS Jobs Listing this month in the UK and US, and the links are open to all site visitors: UK: Pharmaceutical permanent positions from SQN Recruitment. UK: Pharmaceutical contract positions from Pop-Science. US: IT contract-to-hire and contract positions from […]

I’m presenting “How Many Shades of Guide: SAS Enterprise Guide to 8.1 and SAS Studio to 3.8 with SAS 9.4” at SAS Global Forum 2020 in Washington DC

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Total views 30  I’m presenting “How Many Shades of Guide: SAS Enterprise Guide to 8.1 and SAS Studio to 3.8 with SAS 9.4” at SAS Global Forum 2020 in Washington DC from 12:30pm to 1:30pm on Wednesday 1st April. I’ve been using EG since 2001 when the version was 1.1.1, so I thought it would be […]

SAS-related Jobs from Recruiters in UK and US in February 2020

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Total views 17  Looking for a SAS-related job? There are a number of SAS-related jobs in the SAS Jobs Listing this month in the UK and US, and the links are open to all site visitors: UK: Pharmaceutical permanent positions from SQN Recruitment. US: Pharmaceutical contract-to-hire and IT contract positions from Pinnacle Solutions. US: Pharmaceutical permanent […]

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