SAS Enterprise Guide: It’s a woman’s prerogative

I’ve been asked several times what made me change my mind about SAS Enterprise Guide. SAS EG and my husband have a lot in common. For one thing, neither made a great first impression. When

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I’ve been asked several times what made me change my mind about SAS Enterprise Guide. SAS EG and my husband have a lot in common. For one thing, neither made a great first impression. When

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Fixing character data without beatings: SAS Enterprise Guide

At the JMP seminar on Monday, when Dick De Veaux said that 65-70% of time in all research projects is spent on data cleaning, everyone in the audience groaned in agreement. One of the biggest

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At the JMP seminar on Monday, when Dick De Veaux said that 65-70% of time in all research projects is spent on data cleaning, everyone in the audience groaned in agreement. One of the biggest

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When acceptance is really rejection: Death by Green Pants

The model is non-significant, therefore my theory is supported. Huh? Just when you thought it was safe to get back into statistics… It took you two years of graduate school but now you have it

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The model is non-significant, therefore my theory is supported. Huh? Just when you thought it was safe to get back into statistics… It took you two years of graduate school but now you have it

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Controlling for Damn Near Everything: Propensity Score Matching

Lately I have been on a roll looking at relatively less common statistical techniques, proportional hazards, survival analysis, etc. In keeping with that, I have been taking a look at propensity score matching, fondly known

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Lately I have been on a roll looking at relatively less common statistical techniques, proportional hazards, survival analysis, etc. In keeping with that, I have been taking a look at propensity score matching, fondly known

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