Becoming a Data Scientist {EDC Developer + Statistical Expert + Data Manager}

At an early age, I was drawn to computers. I did well in math; I love science and I started enjoying programming when my stepfather gave me a small computer to program games. This was my real experience with programming. I think the programming language was Basic. The computer had some built-in games and basicContinue reading “Becoming a Data Scientist {EDC Developer + Statistical Expert + Data Manager}”

Using PROC UNIVARIATE to Validate Clinical Data

Using PROC UNIVARIATE to Validate Clinical Data When your data isn’t clean, you need to locate the errors and validate them.  We can use SAS Procedures to determine whether or not the data is clean. Today, we will cover the PROC  UNIVARIATE procedure. First step is to identify the errors in a raw data file.Continue reading “Using PROC UNIVARIATE to Validate Clinical Data”

Using PROC FREQ to Validate Clinical Data

Using PROC FREQ to Validate Clinical Data When your data isn’t clean, you need to locate the errors and validate them.  We can use SAS Procedures to determine whether or not the data is clean. Today, we will cover the PROC FREQ procedure. First step is to identify the errors in a raw data file.Continue reading “Using PROC FREQ to Validate Clinical Data”

Using PROC PRINT to Validate Clinical Data

Using PROC PRINT to Validate Clinical Data When your data isn’t clean, you need to locate the errors and validate them.  We can use SAS Procedures to determine whether or not the data is clean. Today, we will cover the PROC PRINT procedure. First step is to identify the errors in a raw data file.Continue reading “Using PROC PRINT to Validate Clinical Data”

A quick way to find duplicates from external lab data

There are many different options to find a duplicate obs or data using SAS. I have just received data from an external service provider and I want to compare it with my EDC lab data. My goal is to find any duplicates before is useful or before I can compare it with my lab data.Continue reading “A quick way to find duplicates from external lab data”