Lab06 - STAT 350 Lab 6 Due Tuesday, April 19 2011 Submit...

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STAT 350 Lab 6 Due Tuesday, April 19 2011 Submit Problems 1 to 6, include your sas code and graphs for each problem. Purposes: Correlations, Scatterplot, and Linear Regression Note: The learning code below assumes you've already put your dataset into SAS. The learning dataset for today is the “punting” data (file “punting.txt”). It contains the strength of the left leg, strength of the right leg, and distance of a punt. Correlations: “proc corr” stands for the correlation procedure. It simply gives the pairwise Pearson’s correlation coefficients for each pair of quantitative variables in your dataset. (Note: it will ignore any categorical variables if you have any.) It also gives some useful summary statistics for each variable like mean, stdev, etc. You might like to use this in the future in place of proc univariate. SAS Learning code: a) proc corr proc corr data =punting; /*gives a matrix with the correlations between all the variables in a dataset*/ run ; b)creating new variables
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Lab06 - STAT 350 Lab 6 Due Tuesday, April 19 2011 Submit...

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