Then I just find that the most effective and safest way to synchronize bookmarks across machines is making them Google searchable, i.e, putting them online.
Followings are my personal collections of SAS macro Repositories (I will keep it update according to new sites reached and your inputs). Most of them are rich, well documented and friendly for navigation and review:
1. SAS Macros by Richard DeVenezia****
2. Roland‘s SAS Macros
Roland, a proficient SAS programmer from Europe, also supply two SAS applications:
Spectre – a Practical and Educational Clinical Trials Reporting Engine
RGPP -Graphical Patient Profiler
And some tips:
3. Chris‘s SAS Macros
I just found Chris’ site weeks before and Chris is a pretty cool programmer: in one of his fun macros, an error message will be such kind of form:
ERROR: MWA HA HA! You fool! You are cursed with leprosy!
4. sconsig** SAS Coding Tips and Techniques**
rich while badly for navigating and review
5. Arnold Schick’s macros
also some macros collected from SAS-L :
6. Rodney A. Sparapani ‘s Macro
Rodney is best known for his contribution to SAS support in ESS (Emacs Speaks Statistics) as a cool programmer and WinBugs and Bayesian then he works as a statistician.
Rodney’s site also contains lots of statistical stuff.
1. Mayo Clinic Locally Written SAS Macros
2. Paul D. Allison
new site: http://www.pauldallison.com/Download3.html
Paul is a prolific writer with books on SAS and statistics.
3. MCHP SAS Macros
4. Ralph O’Brien ,UnifyPow: A SAS Module for Sample-Size Analysis
5. Usual Dietary Intakes: SAS Macros for the NCI Method
6. Clinician’s corner: SAS macros
1. Robert Allison’s SAS/Graph Examples!
My first stop for SAS graphics.
2. SAS Graphic Programs and Macros by Michael Friendly
more popular in academia.