> From: Scott Bucher
> I finally got around to exploring sascommunity.org, but I
> really cannot see
> myself ever using it for a few reasons.
> As for assistance for
> an intractable problem, on SAS-L there is always a few people
> willing to
> code complete, custom solutions even if the problem is a
> general one and
> there are many sources on the web that explain how to solve
> it (which I greatly appreciate).
and sas comm wiki is just one of those resources
> I am in no way trying to criticize anyones contributions,
> rather I am simply
> wondering how do people involved in sascommunity see this
> site developing,
> and for those who have found the site useful, what is your approach to
> tapping this resource?
I am using it to flesh out outlines for my papers in R&D.
ts SESUG and WUSS
The categories are ways that I use to organize pages
This lists the (subb-)categories that are used to group pages
I am still trying to get used to the fact that categories are not
but essentially a neural net: a node has many connections to other nodes
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