SAS Software Programmer and Consultant

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PharmaSUG 2019 Papers
PharmaSUG 2018 Papers
SESUG 2017 Papers
PharmaSUG 2017 Papers
PharmaSUG 2016 Papers
PharmaSUG 2015 Papers
PharmaSUG 2014 Papers
WUSS 2013 Papers
NESUG 2013 Papers
PharmaSUG 2013 Papers
NESUG 2012 Papers
WUSS 2012 Papers
PharmaSUG 2012 Papers
NESUG 2011 Papers
PharmaSUG 2011 Papers
NESUG 2010 Papers
PharmaSUG 2010 Papers
NESUG 2009 Paper
SAS Global Forum 2009 Papers
NESUG 2008 Papers
PharmaSUG 2008 Papers
NESUG 2007 Papers
PharmaSUG 2007 Papers
Other Presentations

Latest Tip of the Month
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Tip of the Month Archive

SAS Cheat Sheet

ODS RTF (Introduction and Full SAS Examples)

Another Full SAS Example (pre ODS RTF)

Useful SAS Code

Basic Statistics

Contact Information

"Welcome and thank you for coming to my online page.

Let me introduce myself.

My name is David Franklin. I began an interest in programming back in 1981 and have continued this through to the present day. In 1985 I was introduced to a software package called SAS for the analysis and reporting of statistics for a government organization in New Zealand. 1990 saw big changes with the move to the United Kingdom where I had the chance to enter the Pharmaceutical sector as a SAS Analyst Programmer and later left to establish my own consultancy company based in London, England. From London I did work for several blue-chip pharmaceutical companies in the UK, Europe and the USA in the fields of Data Entry and Data Validation systems, Data Analysis and Presentation, both for internal and regulatory authorities. 2002 saw another big change when I moved my base to North-Eastern United States where I continue to contract out my experience and services to leading blue-chip companies throughout the world including North America, Europe and the South Pacific.

On my page you will find my resume, papers from presentations I have done, a useful SAS Cheat Sheet, a SAS Tip of the Month (and archive), some Useful SAS Notes and a full SAS code example of what SAS can do. I hope you find these useful and much more will be available in upcoming months so please visit regularly.

If you would like me to look at something you think I could help you with then please do not hesitate in contacting me at any time. My door is always open."

Yours sincerely,
David Franklin

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