SAS EG Weighted Bar Chart to Answer Question on Race & Marriage

Not quite three weeks ago, I wrote about how to do a table analysis using SAS Enterprise Guide to answer the pressing question of whether men are more or less likely to marry women with

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Not quite three weeks ago, I wrote about how to do a table analysis using SAS Enterprise Guide to answer the pressing question of whether men are more or less likely to marry women with

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Today’s Tech Tip: Don’t marry the wrong person

Every blogger gets those emails that begin , “We love your blog …: and end with ” …. over here at spam-a-lot, free-insurance-quotes, on-line college work at home for hundreds of dollars a day.com and

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Every blogger gets those emails that begin , “We love your blog …: and end with ” …. over here at spam-a-lot, free-insurance-quotes, on-line college work at home for hundreds of dollars a day.com and

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Defeating the dreaded YZR malfunction

Ever seen this? ERROR: YZR malfunction file BLAHBLAH.DATA trashed or YZR code bug Using Windows 7, I tried to open a SAS file created using SPSS 19 on my Mac and saved in Dropbox and got

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Ever seen this? ERROR: YZR malfunction file BLAHBLAH.DATA trashed or YZR code bug Using Windows 7, I tried to open a SAS file created using SPSS 19 on my Mac and saved in Dropbox and got

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It Beats Working Backward from the Semi-Colon

My niece, Samantha, should be far more trusting at her tender age. She was skeptical – skeptical, I say! – that I once worked at a job where I got so bored that I started

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My niece, Samantha, should be far more trusting at her tender age. She was skeptical – skeptical, I say! – that I once worked at a job where I got so bored that I started

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Yeah, I don’t have an app for that

First of all, in response to the darling daughters (multiple) who told me this link wasn’t obvious enough, I will begin with EMOTICAMELS  !!!   Here is the link to sign up to the appsmitten

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First of all, in response to the darling daughters (multiple) who told me this link wasn’t obvious enough, I will begin with EMOTICAMELS  !!!   Here is the link to sign up to the appsmitten

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Break Things and Blow Shit Up: An immature guide to science teaching

My mother-in-law suspects that her granddaughter is being raised with no adult supervision whatsoever.  Her suspicions are  correct. This year, The World’s Most Spoiled 14-year-old  (she had a birthday this week) is learning physics. The rocket

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My mother-in-law suspects that her granddaughter is being raised with no adult supervision whatsoever.  Her suspicions are  correct. This year, The World’s Most Spoiled 14-year-old  (she had a birthday this week) is learning physics. The rocket

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When 3 = 15: Another annoying data problem

Last week I mentioned a problem with scoring questions when each of dozens of true/ false questions had not been scored true or false (as one might think) or 1 or 0 (as one might

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Last week I mentioned a problem with scoring questions when each of dozens of true/ false questions had not been scored true or false (as one might think) or 1 or 0 (as one might

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The Smartest Person in the Room: What I Wish I Knew Then

Performance evaluations are nobody’s favorite experience, with the possible exception of a small population of masochists. However,  I did enjoy one from a department chair who began, Unlike most new Ph.D. ‘s who believe that

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Performance evaluations are nobody’s favorite experience, with the possible exception of a small population of masochists. However,  I did enjoy one from a department chair who began, Unlike most new Ph.D. ‘s who believe that

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I was brilliant. Then I wasn’t. Then I was.

Programming is NOT mostly about writing code. It’s mostly about figuring out how to solve a problem. Here is an example from yesterday…. HOW TO SCORE QUESTIONS WHEN THE ANSWERS ARE IN MULTIPLE VARIABLES I

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Programming is NOT mostly about writing code. It’s mostly about figuring out how to solve a problem. Here is an example from yesterday…. HOW TO SCORE QUESTIONS WHEN THE ANSWERS ARE IN MULTIPLE VARIABLES I

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Is anyone out there? Tracking blog statistics

Heidi Cohen gives a lot of good advice on getting your blog noticed, very little of which I follow. For one thing, she does not begin by suggesting you have someone bring you a glass

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Heidi Cohen gives a lot of good advice on getting your blog noticed, very little of which I follow. For one thing, she does not begin by suggesting you have someone bring you a glass

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