STAT 4110/7110
Additional Examples and Case Studies
Sounak Chakraborty
[email protected]
Example of Do loop with CDF and PDF function
data normal;
do x=-3 to 3 by .1;
cprob=CDF('NORMAL',x,10,1) ;
pdf = PDF('NORMAL',x,10,1) ;
output;
end;
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PROC REG OPTIONS
CLI: computes (1-ALPHA)% confidence limits for an individual predicted value
COVB: displays the estimated covariance matrix of the estimates.
CP: outputs Mallows statistic for each model selected to the OUTEST= data set.
DW: calculates
Statistics 320 Exam 2 Form A
Instructor: Mike Perkowski
Fall 2003
Score [out of 80]: _
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Statistics 4710/7710 Examples 2
1. A corporation motor pool has 3 subcompacts, 5 compacts, and 7 midsized cars. The
sales manager reserves three cars and the motor pool director makes the selections at
random.
a. What is the probability that one car of ea
Statistics 320 Final Exam (A)
Instructor: Mike Perkowski
Score [out of 160]: _
Fall 2002
Write your name in the upper right (stapled) corner on the back of the test.
Show your work. Clearly indicate your final answer.
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Statistics 4710/7710 Examples 1
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at least two of the numbers on their faces are the same.
all the numbers are even.
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STAT 4110/7110
Statistical Software and Data Analysis
SAS Course Notes
Sounak Chakraborty
[email protected]
Content
Lecture 1: SAS Basics.
Lecture 2: Reading data in SAS.
Lecture 3: Reading data in SAS from external sources.
Lecture 4: Proc Sort,
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