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A Review of the Annual PhUSE 2016 Conference

Clinical Programming Team

A number of team members were able to represent Quanticate at the PhUSE 2016 annual conference in Barcelona. The PhUSE annual conference is an opportunity for programmers and statisticians to both learn from and share cutting edge knowledge with the pharmaceutical industry. This year, Quanticate presented on producing high quality SAS graphics using the advanced Graphical Template Language (GTL) to bring individual plots together to aid analysis without sacrificing any aesthetical properties in the process. Conference attendees were spoilt for choice with approximately 5 simultaneous presentations every half-hour across 15 streams in total. Here are some interesting presentations which the team enjoyed over the conference duration.

 

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Topics: Programming R, Clinical Programming, SAS Programming, Visualization, Conferences, SAS Graph

Creating High Quality Graphics in Clinical SAS Programming

Statistical Consultancy Team

Utilizing the newer SAS graphical procedures such as SGPLOT and SGPANEL rather than the original SAS Graph procedures is becoming more and more popular in statistical programming through their many user friendly utilities, such as overlaying multiple graphics and adding reference lines with ease. However, as with its predecessor, SAS Graph, any requirement for restructure of the graphical elements still proves to be relatively rigid when sticking to these core graphical procedures. This usually results in creating bespoke program code for each figure which undoubtedly takes time and also runs the risk of inconsistencies across figures.

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Topics: Clinical Programming, SAS Programming, SAS Graph, PROC Template

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