This is the second SAS workshop in a two-part series. In this interactive workshop, SAS users will go beyond the basics to develop comfort with more advanced statistical analyses using the SAS system. Applied, hands on, examples using real data will be used.
Please note: Basic knowledge of the SAS system will be helpful for those who want to participate in the applied portion of the workshop.
- Conducting bivariate and multivariable analyses using SAS procedures like PROC FREQ, PROC TTEST, PROC ANOVA, PROC GLM, PROC LOGISTIC, and PROC REG.
- Best practices for checking statistical assumptions, selecting appropriate statistical procedures, and reporting and visualizing results will be discussed.
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of the SAS system will be helpful for those who want to participate in the applied portion of the workshop. Basic understanding of bivariate and multivariable statistics is helpful.
Series: This is the second workshop in a two-part series. SAS 1 is the first. This workshop is for the Windows version of SAS.
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