Lab2 - Lab#2 Wed, Feb 1, 2012. Due by the beginning of...

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Lab#2 – Wed, Feb 1, 2012. Due by the beginning of Friday (Feb 3)’s class. When turning in labs: (Please hand in the hard copy) BE SURE TO PUT YOUR NAME, Sec # / CLASS TIME, AND THE LAB # ON YOUR SUBMISSION. BE SURE TO LABEL EACH PART WITH THE PROBLEM NUMBER AND PUT THEM IN LOGICAL ORDER. STAPLE ALL PAGES TOGETHER. 1 POINT WILL BE CUT OFF FOR NOT DOING SO. Purposes: 1) Creating new variables in a SAS dataset 2) Boxplots 3) QQplots Note: From now on, I will assume you can use a data statement to create SAS datasets. For each new dataset we work with you will have to infile them into the SAS system before the following code will work for your datasets. In other words, the code below assumes you've already put your dataset into SAS. Creating New Variables in an existing dataset: You can use the set command in a data statement to copy an existing dataset and create new variables. The variables can be completely new in which you assign values to them or can be based off existing variables in your dataset and you can manipulate them using mathematical
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2012 for the course STAT 350 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Purdue.

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Lab2 - Lab#2 Wed, Feb 1, 2012. Due by the beginning of...

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