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### SAS_Example

Course: STAT 530, Fall 2009
School: CSU Long Beach
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State California Univ. Long Beach Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics Example 1: Regression of Final on Midterm grade /* Example SAS for a Simple Regression */ /* put all the comments you want in between these brackets */ Option linesize=80 pagesize=60; Title 'Regression on Midterm Grade'; Data Grade; input midterm cards; final; 68 75 49 63 60 57 68 88 97 88 82 79 59 82 50 73 73 90 39 62 71 70 95 96 61 76 72 75...

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State California Univ. Long Beach Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics Example 1: Regression of Final on Midterm grade /* Example SAS for a Simple Regression */ /* put all the comments you want in between these brackets */ Option linesize=80 pagesize=60; Title 'Regression on Midterm Grade'; Data Grade; input midterm cards; final; 68 75 49 63 60 57 68 88 97 88 82 79 59 82 50 73 73 90 39 62 71 70 95 96 61 76 72 75 87 85 40 40 66 74 58 70 58 75 77 72 ; Proc REG Simple; Model final=midterm / P; Outp...

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