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Using current examples from business, medicine, education, and psychology, Applied Statistics and the SAS Programming Language is an invaluable resource for applied researchers, giving them the capacity to perform statistical analyses with SAS without wading through pages of technical documentation. Includes the necessary SAS statements to run programs for most of the commonly used statistics, explanations of the computer output, interpretations of results, and examples of how to construct tables and write up results for reports and journal articles. Provides readers with ample models for developing programming skills. Applied Statistics and the SAS Programming Language is intended to provide the applied researcher with the capacity to perform statistical analyses with SAS software without wading through pages of technical documentation.
Cody, Jeffrey K. More Descriptive Statistics. Descriptive Statistics Broken Down by Subgroups. Ronald P. Smith, Rutgers University.
Applied Statistics has come into existence as an outcome of an experiment and wide experience of more than 40 years. Applied Statistics is intended to introduce the concepts, definitions, and terminology of the subject in an elementary presentation with minimum mathematical background which does not surpass college algebra. Applied Statistics should prepare the reader to make a good decision based on data. The material, contained in Applied Statistics, can be covered in a week, 3-hours-per-week semester, with little adjustment as time allows. This book is an elementary introduction to the growing field of statistics. In this consize volume we emphasize on the concepts, definitions and terminology.
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Introduction 1 B. Enhancing the Program D. Comment Statements 15 H. Ref Chapter 2 Describing Data 22 A. Introduction 2 B. Describing Data 22 tive Statistics 26 D. Frequency Distributions 34 F.
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