STP429: Assignment #6: Chapters 10-12
Dr. Jennifer Broatch
1. Chapter 10: Question #1 - Part (f) you do not need to compute the multiple partial correlation coecient, just test for signicance and answer follow-up question.
2. Chapter 10: Question #17 - pa

STP429: Assignment #5: Chapters 8 and 9
Dr. Jennifer Broatch
1. Chapter 8 #4 parts a-c. The data step is provided below:
data ch08q04;
title Chapter 8: Question 4;
* READ IN THE DATA;
infile ".\ascii-comma\ch08q04.txt" dlm=, firstobs=2;
input CITY Y X1 X2

STP429: Assignment #4
Dr. Jennifer Broatch
A magazine executive is looking to t a regression model to predict revenue from the number of
pages oered for advertising. Her new magazine was looking to oer 1500 (note that this would be
pages = 15) pages of ad

STP429: Assignment #3
Dr. Jennifer Broatch
Problems listed are from the text. All problems must be answered completely and clearly for credit.
All pages must be stapled together IN ORDER. If SAS output is required to complete the problem,
attach the PERTI

STP429: Assignment #2
Dr. Jennifer Broatch
Problems listed are from the text. All problems must be answered completely and clearly for credit.
All pages must be stapled together IN ORDER. If SAS output is required to complete the problem,
attach the PERTI

STP429: Assignment #1
Dr. Jennifer Broatch
Problems listed are from the text. All problems must be answered completely and clearly for credit.
All pages must be stapled together IN ORDER. If SAS output is required to complete the problem,
attach the PERTI

STAT 512: Applied Regression Analysis
Topic 7
Spring 2008
Topic Overview:
Two-way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)
Interactions
Two-Way ANOVA
The response variable
Y
two
is continuous. There are now
(factors). Call them factor
A
and factor
B
instead of
X1
cat

STAT 512: Applied Regression Analysis
Topic 6 Spring 2008
Topic Overview:
One-way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)
Chapter 16: One-Way ANOVA
Also called single factor ANOVA . The response variable
Y
is continuous (same as in regression).
There are two key d

STAT 512: Applied Regression Analysis
Topic 5 Spring 2008
Topic Overview (Ch9 & 10)
Model Selection Diagnostics & Remedial Measures Inuential Observations & Outliers
Chapter 9: Variable Selection and Model Building
We usually want to choose a model that

STAT 512: Applied Regression Analysis
Topic 4 Spring 2008
Topic Overview
General Linear Tests Extra Sums of Squares Partial Correlations Multicollinearity Model Selection
General Linear Tests
These are a dierent way to look at the comparison of models.

STAT 512: Applied Regression Analysis
Topic 3
Spring 2008
Chapter 5: Linear Regression in Matrix Form
The SLR Model in Scalar Form
Yi = 0 + 1 Xi + i ,
iid
i
N (0, 2 ).
Consider now writing an equation for each observation:
Y1 = 0 + 1 X1 +
Y2 = 0 + 1 X2 +

STAT 512: Applied Regression Analysis
Topic 2
Fall 2009
Chapter 3: Diagnostics and Remedial Measures
Diagnostics:
look at the data to diagnose situations where the assumptions of our
model are violated.
Remedies:
changes in analytic strategy to x these

STAT 512: Applied Regression Analysis
Topic 1 Spring 2008
SAS Introduction
Getting help with SAS
SAS Help Documentation: In SAS environment, select menu
with SAS Software
Smith.
Help->Getting Started
by Cody and
Applied Statistics and the SAS Programming

Using SAS at Kenyon
Kenyon College
Economics Department, Spring 2005
I. INTRODUCTION TO SAS
SAS is a powerful and versatile software package for statistical analysis of data. It is
capable of handling large data sets and managing data. Programming can be

Base SAS Procedures
Page 1
Biostat M403B/Epid M403
Winter 2005
BASE SAS PROCEDURES
1. Using Base SAS procedures (PROCs)
All procedures start with a PROC statement, followed by the name of procedure.
Options can be specified with each PROC statement, and t

STP429: Assignment #7: Multicollinearity, Diagnostics, and Subset Selection
Dr. Jennifer Broatch
Use the Job Prociency data found in jobpro.txt to answer the following questions. The data are
from Applied Linear Models, 4ed. (1996) by Neter, Kutner, Nacht