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Technical Trainer/SAS Enterprise Guide Curriculum Manager
I’m Stacey Syphus, and I have been an instructor for SAS for 10 years. I teach our programming courses, but my major focus area is overseeing our SAS Enterprise Guide curriculum. I received my M.S. from Brigham Young University and prior to my life here at SAS, I worked as a statistician at Intel. I quickly came to love using SAS as I saw firsthand how the software could be used to solve some really interesting and diverse problems. My most favorite project involved doing research for the USA men’s national volleyball team. My task was to analyze their data to suggest what skills were best to focus on in practice. So I’d like to take a little credit for their Olympic gold medal! I currently live in Roseville, CA with my husband and three children.
Here’s my latest tip on how to apply conditional highlighting to a SAS Enterprise Guide report using the Summary Tables task. The Summary Tables task ...
I probably shouldn’t admit this… When I first started learning the SAS programming language 15 years ago, I just couldn’t figure out how to easily ...
I taught my first SAS Enterprise Guide course more than 10 years ago using version 1.2. At that time, I would estimate 95% of my ...