This page lists code I've developed as well as websites or tutorials that I've found helpful.
I've compiled some of the SAS macros that I use frequently into a Github repo. The code is self documenting. To include the main set of macros use the following command: %INCLUDE("path to MACROS.SAS");. »
SEC EDGAR in Python
I added code I use to interact with the SEC's EDGAR website to Github. The code includes a runnable module to download the last 90 days of EDGAR files to a local cache (python -m pyedgar.download). It also includes utilities to interact with the files and headers, located in pyedgar.utilities. »
My SAS Coding Blog
I blog about some of the SAS tips/tricks/code snippets that I have developed. I update the blog rarely, typically only when I'm working in SAS full time. »
Random Example Code Snippets
I use gists to store random code snippets. Here are a few that may be helpful.
These links have been helpful to me in the past; all credit to the original authors.
Compustat Legacy Code Search
This site lists the lookup from legacy compustat codes to the newer version compustat alphabetical references (e.g. Compustat -1 -> "AT"). There is also a cached version for if the site moves again. »
Fast Name Matching in Python
Nice blog post on how to do name matching in python really quickly and reliably. Note the customization on strings (in the ngrams method), it may be benefitial to add more of that, things like translating COMPANY to CO, etc. »