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Description Learn to program SAS by example! In an instructive and conversational tone, author Ron Cody clearly explains each programming technique and then illustrates it with one or more real-life examples, followed by a detailed description of how the program works. Solutions to odd-numbered problems are located at the back of this book. Solutions to all problems are available to instructors by visiting Ron Cody's author page for details. This book is intended for beginners and intermediate users.
Readers should know how to enter and submit a SAS program from their operating system. This book is part of the SAS Press program.
Book Appearances 5. You just clipped your first slide! Also, you will learn how to test the assumptions for all relevant statistical tests. Major topics featured include descriptive statistics, one- and two-sample tests, ANOVA, correlation, linear and multiple regression, analysis of categorical data, logistic regression, nonparametric techniques, and power and sample size. This is not a book that teaches statistics. Rather, SAS Statistics by Example is perfect for intermediate to advanced statistical programmers who know their statistics and want to use SAS to do their analyses.
Learning SAS by Example : A Programmer's Guide by Ron Cody (2007, Paperback)
This book is part of the SAS Press program. Ron Cody, EdD. Fully updated for SAS 9. With the addition of functions new to SAS 9. This new edition also contains more examples for existing functions and more details concerning optional arguments.
Like the first edition, the new edition also includes a list of SAS programs, an alphabetic list of all the functions in the book, and a comprehensive index of functions and tasks. Cody's Collection of Popular SAS Programming Tasks and How to Tackle Them presents often-used programming tasks that readers can either use as presented or modify to fit their own programs, all in one handy volume. Esteemed author and SAS expert Ron Cody covers such topics as character to numeric conversion, automatic detection of numeric errors, combining summary data with detail data, restructuring a data set, grouping values using several innovative methods, performing an operation on all character or all numeric variables in a SAS data set, and much more!
SAS users of all levels interested in improving their programming skills will benefit from this easy-to-follow collection of tasks. Learn how to solve basic statistical problems with Ron Cody's easy-to-follow style using the point-and-click SAS Studio tasks. The inferential statistics portion of the book covers the following topics: paired and unpaired t tests one-way analysis of variance N-way ANOVA correlation simple and multiple regression logistic regression categorical data analysis power and sample size calculations Besides describing each of these statistical tests, the book also discusses the assumptions that need to be met before running and interpreting these tests.
Working with longitudinal data introduces a unique set of challenges. Once you've mastered the art of performing calculations within a single observation of a data set, you're faced with the task of performing calculations or making comparisons between observations.
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It's easy to look backward in data sets, but how do you look forward and across observations? Ron Cody provides straightforward answers to these and other questions. For quick reference, the book is conveniently organized to cover tools-an introduction to powerful SAS programming techniques for longitudinal data; case studies-a variety of illuminating examples that use Ron's techniques; and macros-detailed descriptions of helpful longitudinal data macros.
Beginning to intermediate SAS users will appreciate this book's informative, easy-to-comprehend style. And users who frequently process longitudinal data will learn to make the most of their analyses by following Ron's methodologies. Develop your own multiple-choice tests, score students, produce student rosters in print form or Excel , and explore item response theory IRT. Aimed at nonstatisticians working in education or training, Test Scoring and Analysis Using SAS describes item analysis and test reliability in easy-to-understand terms, and teaches you SAS programming to score tests, perform item analysis, and estimate reliability.
Maximizing flexibility, the scoring and analysis programs enable you to analyze tests with multiple versions, define alternate correct responses for selected items, and repeat the scoring with selected items deleted.