PDFLaTex for Beginner: Automate Your Reporting

Automate your Reporting using PDFLaTeX

PDFLaTeX is a free programming language which is used in the academic world for publication and thesis due to the quality of generated PDF.

Nowadays, you don’t even need to install the software on your computer to get started. You can create a free account on sharelatex.com

Bring your PDF to the next stage using PDFLaTeX. In this course, you will see all the basic syntax you need to get started, automate your reporting and produce amazing PDF documents.

7 Mini-Guides in HTML to Overcome Your Daily Issues when Personalising your Website and Emails

1. My 1st HTML Page: Hello World (open now)

This document shows you the basic code you need to create your first page in HTML language using Notepad for Windows and TextEdit for iOS. It also advises you alternative software for a more advanced usage. A must have for beginners!

2. HTML Language: 51 Tags for Beginner

This guide is a kind of memory aid for HTML syntax to support you on a daily basis.

3. Understand Colors in HTML

Colors? You can get some results without understanding how it works but why would you limit yourself when it’s actually easy to understand, convenient and can even be used in other circumstances, independent of HTML.

4. HTML Language: style.css for Beginner

Cascading Style Sheets CSS is a complicated name for an easy concept, which is a key component of the HTML language. It’s not complicated if you got some good explanations for it. Once you’ve understood it, you know what you’re doing and you’re able to find more information on the Internet.

5. Special Characters in HTML Language

Compilation of more than 300 HTML codes to display special characters and symboles in your emails and websites.

6. Create Frames in HTML Language

Thanks to frames, you give more relief to your written documents in order to emphasis some information and keep your readers’ attention. In this guide, you can find examples to copy and paste as well as explanations to create your own frames.

7. Tables in HTML Language

Create tables with nice professional design is crucial. Here, you discover templates to copy and past as well as explanations to create your own ones.

Introduction to SAS Langage for True Beginner

Free Course: Introduction to SAS for True Beginner

When I started developing this course, I was thinking at junior data managers I used to work with. They had no programming background but they had to work with SAS® programmers like me. They had to write specifications detailing what they wanted from programmers. They had to run programs. They had to open SAS tables and extract subsets for review. So I decided to prepare a real course which would help anyone willing to move one step forward in the SAS programming language to face similar situations.

Here is what I’ve prepared for you. This language has its own vocabulary which just needs to be explained. This way you can speak the same language with your colleagues and use the right keywords when searching for information on the Internet.

I want you to gain a bit of autonomy. It is not really nice to get in touch and ask for help each time you have to run a program, right? So you need to know what is a log and what you should look for in the log file generated by the program. As a minimum you should also be able to activate/desactivate pieces of code in a SAS program.

I also want you to be able to produce by yourself some minimalistic outputs such as .xls file you can use as report. And you can get all this information in this free course.

Just be clear: you’re not gonna see all the basic concepts here. There is no point in writing huge amount of material to start with SAS as it would just anybody drown. Your time is precious. I’ve decided to apply the 20/80 concept where 20% of your efforts give 80% of the results.

I want you to complete the whole course and be able to apply it in your daily tasks. I’m not selling you a dream. If you want to know more about formats, functions, conditions, merges, data _null_, proc transpose… just watch your email to be informed when the next course is gonna be on sale.

So let’s me detail you what this free course is all about.

It is made of 7 units.

  1. The first unit, I introduce you to the ground vocabulary associated with a table (dataset, library, variable and so on).
  2. In the second unit, you look at the content of a program: global statement, data step, procedures, comments.
  3. In the third unit, you run your first program and look into the output (log and listing files).
  4. In the fourth unit, you filter data in your table to keep only information relevant for you (keep, drop, where, proc sort). You’ll also be introduced to the concept of proc sql.
  5. In the fifth unit, you create a few formats and apply them on some variables.
  6. In the sixth unit, you create an .xls output containing data available in your table using ODS syntax.
  7. In the seventh and last unit, you create your first macro and call it. A training is not a training if you cannot give feedback.

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Basics in SAS Language: Conditions

SAS Course: All About Conditions

After following the free course, I recommend you to follow this course to cover all aspects of conditions in SAS.

You receive the course per email (1 email per day for 10 days) and online in the member area where you can download the its PDF version.

The course includes explanations, examples with code to copy and paste into your SAS editor to test it, as well as exercices with their solution.