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Add New Page Discuss this page0 is obviously specific to one SAS site at the University of Wisconsin appears intended as a SAS-L complement, which is precisely the idea which was discussed during the BOF at SUGI in March 2006. However, it seems to be nearly empty. Does anybody, particularly in the SAS-L community, know it exists? will have a significant Statistical Programming presence (notice [1] and [2]), though it will only be editable by the Binghamton University community.

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