Oct 25, 2021  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog
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STAT 4342 - Introduction to SAS


Three credit hours.

This course is designed to introduce students in all disciplines to conducting data analyses and managing data using the SAS system and SAS programming language. Students will learn the basics of the SAS language and SAS data sets, reading SAS logs, viewing and printing output, inputting data into SAS, manipulating data and creating new variables using SAS procedures, generating descriptive statistics and frequency distributions using SAS Insight. They will be able to perform hypothesis tests and construct confidence intervals, build categorical models, build and interpret simple and multiple linear regression models, as well as construct AN OVA models using SAS procedures and Analyst. Dual listed in the Graduate Catalog as STAT 5342.

Prerequisites: A grade of C or greater in STAT 3352 .



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