PSTAT 130
SAS Base Programming
Fall 2012
Dr. Todd Gross
Department of Statistics
and Applied Probability
UCSB
Class 7
PSTAT 130 - Fall 2012 - Dr.
2
Review Reading Data into
There are three steps to re
CS 130A: Algorithms and Data Structures I,
Assignment 3
Due: Mon Oct 24, 2016 5:00 PM
If you are using pen and paper, try to make your writing readable. Write your
answers in the same order as questio
CS 130A: Algorithms and Data Structures I,
Assignment 1
Due: Fri Oct 7, 2016 5:00 PM
If you are using pen and paper, try to make your writing readable. Write your
answers in the same order as question
PSTAT 130
SAS Base Programming
Fall 2012
Dr. Todd Gross
Department of Statistics
and Applied Probability
UCSB
Class 6
PSTAT 130 - Fall 2012 - Dr.
2
Reading Data Into SAS
Chapter 2 The Little SAS Book
PSTAT 130
SAS Base Programming
Fall 2012
Dr. Todd Gross
Department of Statistics
and Applied Probability
UCSB
Important Dates
Review Session Wed Oct 24
Midterm Wed Nov 5
Thanksgiving
No Lecture Wed No
PSTAT 130
SAS Base Programming
Fall 2012
Dr. Todd Gross
Department of Statistics
and Applied Probability
UCSB
Class 4
PSTAT 130 - Fall 2012 - Dr.
2
Parking Lot Issues
Homework is due on Thurdsay
Defau
PSTAT 130
SAS Base Programming
Fall 2012
Dr. Todd Gross
Department of Statistics
and Applied Probabilty
UCSB
Class 3
PSTAT 130 - Fall 2012 - Dr.
2
Objectives
Create a printed report using PROC PRINT
L
PSTAT 130
SAS Base Programming
Fall 2011
Dr. Todd Gross
Department of Statistics
and Applied Probabilty
UCSB
PSTAT 130 - Fall 2012 - Dr.
1
Class 2
PSTAT 130 - Fall 2012 - Dr.
2
Objectives
Navigate the
PSTAT 130
SAS Base Programming
Fall 2011
Dr. Todd Gross
Department of Statistics
and Applied Probabilty
UCSB
PSTAT 130 - Fall 2012 - Dr.
1
Class 2
PSTAT 130 - Fall 2012 - Dr.
2
Objectives
Navigate the
PSTAT 130
SAS Base Programming
Fall 2012
Dr. Todd Gross
Department of Statistics
and Applied Probability
UCSB
Lecture 15
PSTAT 130 - Fall 2012 - Dr.
2
Lecture Outline
Variable Lists
Using SAS function
PSTAT 130
SAS Base Programming
Fall 2012
Dr. Todd Gross
Department of Statistics
and Applied Probability
UCSB
Lecture 14
PSTAT 130 - Fall 2012 - Dr.
Lecture Outline
Learn another way to create a runni
PSTAT 130
SAS Base Programming
Fall 2012
Dr. Todd Gross
Department of Statistics
and Applied Probability
UCSB
Lecture 13
PSTAT 130 - Fall 2012 - Dr.
Lecture Outline
Controlling When Records are Writte
PSTAT 130
SAS Base Programming
Fall 2012
Dr. Todd Gross
Department of Statistics
and Applied Probability
UCSB
Lecture 12
PSTAT 130 - Fall 2012 - Dr.
2
PROC TABULATE vs PROC
REPORT
PSTAT 130 - Fall 201
PSTAT 130
SAS Base Programming
Fall 2012
Dr. Todd Gross
Department of Statistics
and Applied Probability
UCSB
Lecture 11
PSTAT 130 - Fall 2012 - Dr.
2
Lecture Outline
Summarizing Your Data cont
PROC M
PSTAT 130
SAS Base Programming
Fall 2012
Dr. Todd Gross
Department of Statistics
and Applied Probability
UCSB
Class 10
PSTAT 130 - Fall 2012 - Dr.
2
Lecture Outline
Summarizing Your Data
PROC MEANS
PR
PSTAT 130
SAS Base Programming
Fall 2012
Dr. Todd Gross
Department of Statistics
and Applied Probability
UCSB
Class 9
PSTAT 130 - Fall 2012 - Dr.
Lecture Outline
Combining Datasets
Concatenating Datas
PSTAT 130
SAS Base Programming
Fall 2012
Dr. Todd Gross
Department of Statistics
and Applied Probability
UCSB
Class 8
PSTAT 130 - Fall 2012 - Dr.
2
Looking Behind the Scenes
The DATA step is processed
Homework 3
1)
1a - True:
Prim's algorithm is significantly faster in the limit when you've got a really dense
graph with many more edges than vertices. Kruskal performs better in typical
situations (s