Date: Sun, 11 Jul 2004 22:40:16 -0700
Reply-To: RolandRB <rolandberry@HOTMAIL.COM>
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From: RolandRB <rolandberry@HOTMAIL.COM>
Subject: > 100 sas macros
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Just a reminder that there are more than 100 sas macros on my web site
(I thought a reminder might be overdue as I have slipped down to 4/5th
place on the Google search engine if you search on "sas macros"). Most
of the macros are general purpose ones I call "sasautos extensions"
which are here:
...but there are also some proper clinical reporting macros which are
Using both sets of macros should enable you to set up a clinical
reporting system for a Biostats department. I have now done this for
real based on those macros.
There are other pages including Unix tips and scripts. The main page
If you are searching for a sas utility macro, then chances are it is
already on my web site, so look there first. And if it is not there
then let me know what your requirements are for a utility macro and I
might well write it (nothing too statistical and I might be asking you
for a detailed spec, be warned).
I have donated all the macros to the public domain so you are free to
use them. All macros were written by me from scratch. If I have
borrowed any code then it is from the official sas documentation only.
It took me six months to put that web site together with all its
macros and scripts so there is a lot there to plough through. That is
why I am confident that any utility macro you identify as needed will
already be on that site.
So feel free to take a look using a search on "sas macros" and boost
my Google rating.