Susan Slaughter

SAS Links

Public Health

Coronavirus  This webpage is a great resource for understanding the statistics of the covid-19 pandemic.

Graphics  Great example of the use of graphics by an organization devoted to promote factfulness.

I Love Charts  A site where graphics and comedy collide.


Seeing Theory  A visual introduction to the concepts behind probability and statistics.

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.

Western Users of  SAS Software

SAS Global Forum

SAS Resources

Find any SAS paper Lex Jansen created this site with links to virtually every paper ever presented at a SAS users group conference.  (It appears that his parents were remarkably prescient. The word lexis, in Greek, means word or speech.)

The SAS Dummy A blog on topics of interest to SAS programmers and SAS point-and-clickers, written by Chris Hemedinger, manager of SAS Online Communities and co-author of the book SAS for Dummies.

AnnMaria’s Blog An incomparable blog by the incomparable AnnMaria De Mars about SAS, running a tech startup, teaching kids, and statistics with reflections on life thrown in for good measure.

SAS Users  Blogs offering technical tips and tricks from SAS instructors, authors, and other SAS experts.

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