Template:Paper Template

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A Sample Paper for a PhUSE Author

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ABSTRACT (HEADER 1)

A brief abstract at the beginning summarizes and highlights the major points of your paper.

INTRODUCTION (HEADER 1)

The introduction explains the purpose and scope of your paper and provides readers with any general information they need to understand your paper.

(HEADER 1)

This is a main topic in the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body.


If you need to include source code:

  data one;
   set two;
   if mix(var1, var2) > 0 then do;
     a=25;
   end;
  run;

Continuation of body – after source code.

SUBHEAD (HEADER 2)

This is subtopic for the above. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body.

If you need to include source code:

  data one;
  set two;
  if mix(var1, var2) > 0 then do;

Continuation of body – after source code.

(HEADER 1)

This is a main topic in the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body.

If you need to include source code:

  data one;
  set two;
  if mix(var1, var2) > 0 then do;

Continuation of body – after source code.

SUBHEAD (HEADER 2)

This is subtopic for the above. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body.

If you need to include source code:

  data one;
  set two;
  if mix(var1, var2) > 0 then do;

Continuation of body – after source code.

SUBHEAD (HEADER 2)

This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body.

If you need to include source code:

  data one;
  set two;
  if mix(var1, var2) > 0 then do;

Continuation of body – after source code.

SUBHEAD (HEADER 2)

This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body.

If you need to include source code:

  data one;
  set two;
  if mix(var1, var2) > 0 then do;

Continuation of body – after source code.

SUBHEAD (HEADER 2)

This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body. This is the paper body.

If you need to include source code:

  data one;
  set two;
  if mix(var1, var2) > 0 then do;

Continuation of body – after source code.

CONCLUSION (HEADER 1)

The conclusion summarizes your paper and ties together any loose ends. You can use the conclusion to make any final points such as recommendations predictions, or judgments. REFERENCES (HEADER 1)

References go at the end of your paper. This section is not required.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS (HEADER 1)

Acknowledgments go after your references. This section is not required.

RECOMMENDED READING (HEADER 1)

Recommended reading lists go after your acknowledgments. This section is not required.

REFERENCES

www.phuse.eu [1]