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SAS Users Groups
If you have never been to a SAS users group meeting, you have a lot to look forward to. SAS users groups are, if not unique, then certainly unusual these days in the world of software. Something about SAS software has fostered the growth of a user group community that is cohesive, friendly, dynamic, and lasting. Between local, regional, and international SAS users groups, there is a group to fit every budget.
Find any SAS paper Lex Jansen created this site with links to virtually every SAS paper ever presented at a conference. Presumably, Lex is short for Lexicographer and his parents were remarkably prescient.
The SAS Dummy This site blog is written by Chris Hemedinger, a manager in SAS R&D and co-author of the book SAS for Dummies. He has a special focus on Enterprise Guide, but topics of interest to SAS users in general also appear regularly.
Blog by AnnMaria De Mars AnnMaria is one of the few people who talks about SAS and SPSS, with reflections on life and statistics thrown in for good measure.
NOTE: The blog of RSTL.eu – Development with SAS An informative blog about all things SAS by Andrew Ratcliffe in the UK.
The SAS Bookshelf A blog about all things related to SAS books.
UCLA Academic Technology Services This site contains an array of resources for statistical computing including comparisons of SAS, SPSS, and Stata. Some of the material is dated, but this is still a site worth exploring.
Collections of SAS Blogs
SAS Community Planet This is the original and official blog aggregator for the SAS users.
PROC-X.com This new blog aggregator already has amassed an impressive collection of blogs about SAS.