Beyond SAS Basics: Tips, Statistics and a Naked Mole Rat

I wanted to learn how to use smashwords, for reasons completely unrelated to this blog, SAS or statistics, but I thought it would go much faster if I had an actual project to work on.

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I wanted to learn how to use smashwords, for reasons completely unrelated to this blog, SAS or statistics, but I thought it would go much faster if I had an actual project to work on.

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Math Education Software has a Long Way to Go

I was very busy this weekend working on the semi-annual site update (I am SO getting last place in the Search Engine Optimization contest) and starting on my book – Beyond SAS Basics: Tips, Statistics

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I was very busy this weekend working on the semi-annual site update (I am SO getting last place in the Search Engine Optimization contest) and starting on my book – Beyond SAS Basics: Tips, Statistics

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Multicollinearity statistics with SPSS

“Can you explain multicollinearity statistics?” she asked. Why, yes, yes I can. First of all, as noted in the Journal of Polymorphous Perversity, “Multicollinearity is not a life-threatening condition except when a depressed graduate student

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“Can you explain multicollinearity statistics?” she asked. Why, yes, yes I can. First of all, as noted in the Journal of Polymorphous Perversity, “Multicollinearity is not a life-threatening condition except when a depressed graduate student

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Could our problem with math be we don’t give a rat’s ass?

I’ve been reviewing a number of options for students to learn mathematics. A lot of sources kind of sucked. At best, these sites were just the same old thing, flash cards but on a computer

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I’ve been reviewing a number of options for students to learn mathematics. A lot of sources kind of sucked. At best, these sites were just the same old thing, flash cards but on a computer

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The rumors of our sucking at math have been greatly exaggerated

Question authority. Whenever I hear authoritative statements made that don’t fit with the world I see around me, I try to follow up. How many times have we been told that the U.S. is just

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Question authority. Whenever I hear authoritative statements made that don’t fit with the world I see around me, I try to follow up. How many times have we been told that the U.S. is just

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Annoyances with SAS that Don’t Exist in Ruby

Now, I’m not as extreme as the person who created a SAS Tetris game, (Richard DeVenezia, in case you were wondering) but I still try to do just about everything in SAS,  if only to

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Now, I’m not as extreme as the person who created a SAS Tetris game, (Richard DeVenezia, in case you were wondering) but I still try to do just about everything in SAS,  if only to

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How to Get Started in the Consulting Business

“How do you get business?” I get asked this a lot, and since I doubt random people I meet at conferences are truly interested in my life, I think what they really want to know

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“How do you get business?” I get asked this a lot, and since I doubt random people I meet at conferences are truly interested in my life, I think what they really want to know

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How to Get Started in the Consulting Business

“How do you get business?” I get asked this a lot, and since I doubt random people I meet at conferences are truly interested in my life, I think what they really want to know

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“How do you get business?” I get asked this a lot, and since I doubt random people I meet at conferences are truly interested in my life, I think what they really want to know

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Wilcoxon, Normality, Paired T-test & Smart Boys

Lately, I’ve been missing some of my former colleagues at the USC Medical School. This is not just because they are super-nice people, which they are, but also because they used to ask for different

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Lately, I’ve been missing some of my former colleagues at the USC Medical School. This is not just because they are super-nice people, which they are, but also because they used to ask for different

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What I learned about statistics from martial arts

I’m doing a workshop at the San Diego SAS users group meeting on Wednesday and  had suggested opening the session with a clip of my daughter’s last amateur fight.  Someone politely commented, “Uh, I guess

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I’m doing a workshop at the San Diego SAS users group meeting on Wednesday and  had suggested opening the session with a clip of my daughter’s last amateur fight.  Someone politely commented, “Uh, I guess

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