Please mark your calendars for our next meeting - November 20, 3:00-6:00 pm at P&G Mason Business Center (8700 S Mason Montgomery Rd, Mason, OH 45040)
Social hour immediately following at the Fox and Hound across the street.
Mary-Elizabeth Eddlestone will present PROC SQL vs. DATA Step Programming.
Chevell Parker will present Secrets from a SAS® Technical Support Guy: Combining the Power of the SAS® Output Delivery System with Microsoft Excel Worksheets.
Mary‐Elizabeth Eddlestone, Principal Systems Engineer, SAS Customer Loyalty Mary‐Elizabeth (“M‐E”) Eddlestone is an analytics specialist on the SAS Customer Loyalty team. Having studied Economics and Quantitative Methods at Mount Holyoke College and Cornell University, M‐E has used SAS analytics to study, to model, to forecast, to optimize, and to predict a variety of subjects, from clothing sizes to environmental damages, from water quality to product profitability, from customer preferences to customer satisfaction. M‐E has been a SAS programmer for more than 25 years and has spent the last 17 years at SAS helping customers discover the power of SAS
analytics and has presented at, and served as section chair for, SUGI/SAS Global Forum, Analytics, as well as regional, local and in‐house SAS user groups. Certification: Predictive Modeler Using SAS® Enterprise Miner™
Chevell is a member of the BASE/Graph group within SAS Technical Support. His support areas include the Output Delivery System and the XML Engine. Chevell has been a SAS user for over 20 years.