SAS Teaching Position / Teach SAS Programming in Cambridge

SAS Teaching Position / Teach SAS Programming in Cambridge

Post by stevewisse » Tue, 07 Oct 2008 08:30:12


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s of SAS programming in the pharma/biotech/CRO industry=0A=A0=0AA Cambridge=
, Massachusetts-based nonprofit biotechnology service organization is looki=
ng to hire=A0a SAS statistical programmer with=A0pharma/biotech/CRO industr=
y experience to teach=A0SAS programming on Saturdays to a small group.=A0Go=
od, nonprofit pay rate. Good teaching and learning environment. Please join=
us in Cambridge. =0A=A0=0ATo apply, please email=A0your resume with contac=
t details to: XXXX@XXXXX.COM =0A=0A=0A
 
 
 

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Dear SAS Servlisters:

I am a Stata user, and am trying to learn SAS too. In Stata, in a syntax
file, I can write something:

do dofile1.do
do dofile2.do
do dofile3.do

Then it will invoke dofile1-dofile3 and run the contents in these do
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Jun Xu
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