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I have consulted for SAS Institute for 8 years, completing projects using Visual Analytics, SAS Enterprise Guide, and Base SAS. I have developed custom applications using SAS Stored Processes, and I have used EG almost every day. My name is Chuck. I'm 30 years old, I have a B.S. in computer science and a minor in math from North Carolina State University. I'm a former college instructor, I've worked in software for eight years, and I am looking to go back to school to get a teaching certificate. I've also recently been a contestant on Jeopardy! Back when I was a college student, I planned and [more]

Besides a long experience I have as a SAS programmer and my participation in numerous statistical projects using SAS and SAS Enterprise, I have recently passed the programming 1 and programming 2 courses (offered by SAS) so that I can more effectively help those people that are seeking SAS certification. i have also taught a University course related to experimental design with the use of SAS. I am a Ph.D. statistician, and I have a long experience in teaching mathematics and statistics as a university professor (grad and undergrad level) as well as a research/statistical consultant. I strong [more]

SAS is my secondary statistical package of choice. All internal processes at the Bureau of Labor Statistics are run using SAS and a large part of my job is improving the programmatic efficiency of the programs in the office. I have taken and completed several SAS training programs with Destiny Corp. and am comfortable teaching best practices. Taylor is a graduate of the College of William and Mary with a degree in economics and a minor in mathematics. He is currently employed as an economist at the Bureau of Labor Statistics and has a strong practical background with mathematics. Before coming [more]

Received an A in my Econometrics class which was based on theoretical econometrics, and also the use of SAS coding. I was asked by the teacher, and department chair to tutor students in SAS coding. If applicable I can send you a document of code I had written for the course. Taylor Hello, My name is Taylor, I am a senior Economics major at Rowan University, and will be pursing my MS in Economics at Tufts University in the fall. As an economics major I have had extensive training in mathematics (particularly statistics, linear algebra and calculus) and quite obviously in Economics. [more]

I have taken 2 semesters of SAS at the graduate level earning an "A" in both semesters. I have also used SAS through my current job in clinical data analysis, where I analyze large clinical data sets for given parameters. I can teach students on how to use SAS both as it applies to biostatistical or general statistical data. Hello! I am a recent graduate from the University of Virginia with both a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology and a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree with a 4.0 GPA. Having worked with students of all ages, I am experienced in tutoring all subjects namely biology, c [more]

I use SAS in my everyday work, I also took SAS trainings. I have my master's in economics, I have studied econometrics extensively throughout my college career. I also use econometrics in my everyday work. I have my Master's from University of Maryland in Applied Economics, I have tutored Algebra, Calculus, Statistics, Econometrics, and Biology in college. I also know many statistical software packages such as SAS, R, and STATA. I love tutoring because it enables me to see the impact of knowledge once a student starts to understand a complex subject. It is very fulfilling to share the knowledg [more]

I have been using SAS for 20 years to analyze epidemiological data and clinical trial data from large data sets. I am proficient in all SAS data structures including arrays, macros and prices for statistical analysis. I developed course on using SAS for the University of Miami and taught the course during two semesters. I am a very patient, kind, and positive tutor. I am passionate about statistics and love making understandable what is otherwise a very challenging topic for most students. My approach to teaching is based on "the granny test" -- I strive to explain everything so simply that ev [more]

I have successfully completed a graduate course STAT 501 (BASE SAS), STAT 502 (SAS MACROS) and STAT 503 (SAS GRAPH) in 2008 at George Mason University. I have taken over 13 graduate courses in Statistics between GMU and University of Maryland College Park, in which all courses used SAS and R intensively. I currently work with SAS on a daily basis since 2008 at the US Census Bureau where I have done a lot of research and developed hundreds of applications and SAS programs for production and research. [more]

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