After the Survey
The Workload Survey
Hidden Tools You Didn't Know You Had: Code Generating Windows
- J. Stuelpner
- Computer Science
This paper and presentation shows you how to create simple reports and queries, how to write to external data sources, and how to capture the code.
Establishing of a test room for tractors in VEB KfL Luckau [German D.R.]
Avoiding a REL-WRECK; Using RELREC Well
The method of avoiding the re-mapping of entire SDTM domains and risking mismatched relationships in your final submission data is demonstrated.
The New Tradition: SAS ® Clinical Data Integration
This paper will show how the current process using the graphical user interface of SAS Clinical Data Integration to integrate data from disparate data sources and transform that data into industry standards in a methodical, repeatable, more automated fashion.
CDISC: Pains and Pitfalls to Dataset Creation
This paper will try to de-mystify the process and show you how to create files in CDISC format that satisfy the data management and regulatory staff at your company.
Confessions of a Clinical Programmer: Dragging and Dropping Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry When Creating SDTM Domains
This presentation will show how experienced programmers can learn novel tricks and techniques with new tools, solutions and technology.