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Statistics (STAT)

STAT 482 Advanced Topics in SAS (1) Advanced statistical procedures in SAS, including ANOVA, GLM, CORR, REG, MANOVA, FACTOR, DISCRIM, LOGISTIC, MIXED, GRAPH, EXPORT, and SQL.

STAT 482 Advanced Topics in SAS (1)

STAT 482 builds on the skills and tools learned in STAT 480 and STAT 481 to provide advanced programming ability to use the Statistical Analysis System (SAS). It provides a survey of the major statistical analysis procedures, such as the TTEST, GLM, REG, MANOVA, FACTOR, DISCRIM, LOGISTIC, and MIXED procedures. Other topics include using the TABULATE procedure to create reports, generating random numbers, exporting data from SAS data sets, using the SAS/Graph module to produce presentation quality graphs, using the SQL procedure to query and combine data tables, and using macros to write more efficient SAS programs. Credit can not be received for both STAT 482 and STAT 480/481/483.
General Education: None
Diversity: None
Bachelor of Arts: None
Effective: Summer 2009
Prerequisite: STAT 480 andSTAT 481

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