Have you learned something about SAS that you’d like to share with your fellow users? A quick tip that has saved you lots of programming, perhaps? How about a new implementation of an analytical technique? Perhaps some attractive yet insightful graphical displays? Then you should present a paper or poster at NESUG 2013. Our Call for Presentations is open from now until May 6. Submit your ideas and you may be selected to share your knowledge through a paper presentation, poster or a panel discussion.
There are a number of changes this year:
- In addition to an abstract, a draft or detailed outline of your presentation will be required before the deadline.
- The “Posters” section has been renamed “Visual Displays,” and will no longer require a formal paper.
- A visual display can either be a hard-copy poster (as in the past) or a stand-alone PowerPoint presentation. The “e-posters” will be available as a slide show on a display in the poster area.
- The Coder’s Corner section has been renamed “Quick Tips.” We encourage any tip relating to SAS or JMP use that can be shared in eight minutes or less.
- We’d like to allow presentation opportunities to as many people as possible, so if you have more than two abstracts you wish to submit, please submit any beyond two to the “Add-on” section only. Abstracts in this extra section will be considered only after the initial set of abstracts in each section have been reviewed.
Refer to the Section Descriptions page for a list of sections and the kinds of presentations we are looking for.
Ready to submit? Then go to the Call for Presentations system and get started!