Stanford University
STATS 212: Applied Statistics with SAS
Summer 2006

Data analysis and implementation of statistical tools in SAS.Topics: reading in and describing data, categorical data, dates and longitudinal data, correlation and regression, nonparametric comparisons, ANOVA, multiple regression, multivariate data analysis, using arrays and macros in SAS.No previous knowledge of SAS is required. Knowledge of statistical techniques at the level of stats 191 or 201 is assumed.

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Instructors Office Hours & Location
Victoria Stodden after class M,T 3:15-4:15pm
David Hiller Thursday 2:15-3:05pm PC Lab Sequoia Hall
Sisi Kapp Wednesday 10 AM - 12 M in Sequoia 229

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