Cody, Ronald P.

Applied statistics and the SAS programming language / Ronald P. Cody, Jeffrey K. Smith. - 5th ed. - Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson Prentice Hall, c2006. - xv, 574 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

Includes index.

A SAS Tutorial --
Describing Data --
Analyzing Categorical Data --
Working with Date and Longitudinal Data --
Correlation and Simple Regression --
T-tests and Nonparametric Comparisons --
Analysis of Variance --
Repeated Measures Designs --
Multiple-Regression Analysis --
Factor Analysis --
Psychometrics --
The SAS INPUT Statement --
External Files: Reading and Writing Raw and System Files --
Data Set Subsetting, Concatenating, Merging, and Updating --
Working with Arrays --
Restructuring SAS Data Sets Using Arrays --
A Review of SAS Functions: Functions Other than Character Functions --
A Review of SAS Functions: Character Functions --
Selected Programming Examples --
Syntax Examples --
Solutions to Odd-Numbered problems. Table of contents

Summary:
As the SAS[copyright] programming language evolves, this edition follows suit with coverage of this combination statistical package, database management system, and high-level programming language. It is suitable for both students and applied researchers. It also uses examples from business, medicine, education, psychology, and other disciplines.



0131465325 (pbk.) 9780131465329

2004060178


Mathematical statistics--Data processing.

QA276.4 / .C53 2006

519.5 / COA 2006

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