Where to find your LIBNAME for SAS On-Demand (beware the leopard)

But the plans were on display . . .” “On display? I eventually had to go down to the cellar to find them.” “That’s the display department.” “With a torch.” “Ah, well the lights had

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But the plans were on display . . .” “On display? I eventually had to go down to the cellar to find them.” “That’s the display department.” “With a torch.” “Ah, well the lights had

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New Semester, New SAS On-Demand for Academics

If you had SAS On-Demand for Academics installed last year and you want to continue using it in the new academic year, you need to uninstall your previous version and install the new version. You

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If you had SAS On-Demand for Academics installed last year and you want to continue using it in the new academic year, you need to uninstall your previous version and install the new version. You

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Before you even THINK about propensity score matching

Propensity score matching has had a huge rise in popularity over the past few years. That isn’t a terrible thing, but in my not so humble opinion, many people are jumping on the bandwagon without

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Propensity score matching has had a huge rise in popularity over the past few years. That isn’t a terrible thing, but in my not so humble opinion, many people are jumping on the bandwagon without

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PPS sampling, PROC SURVEYSELECT and not getting naked in church

As statisticians, we like to say that statistics is everywhere. Here is an example. Regular readers of this blog might know that my darling daughter number three is the world champion in mixed martial arts.

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As statisticians, we like to say that statistics is everywhere. Here is an example. Regular readers of this blog might know that my darling daughter number three is the world champion in mixed martial arts.

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STEM Education B.S.

I’m not really swearing in the title of this post because I am not so much angry as sad. I have been reviewing grant proposals recently. Generally, I hate reviewing proposals because the pay is

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I’m not really swearing in the title of this post because I am not so much angry as sad. I have been reviewing grant proposals recently. Generally, I hate reviewing proposals because the pay is

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It’s Amazing Any Software Ever Works

The Rocket Scientist and I just had our first martini in days. Actually, one of us (cough * me * cough) is not a big drinker, but still … Alcohol is against tribal law and

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The Rocket Scientist and I just had our first martini in days. Actually, one of us (cough * me * cough) is not a big drinker, but still … Alcohol is against tribal law and

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The Type of Appreciation Blog Readers Ought to Be Showing

Yesterday, I posted how to get SPSS Integration Technologies with Python working on the Mac. Today, I received this certificate of appreciation from one of my blog readers.   I’m including this in my performance

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Yesterday, I posted how to get SPSS Integration Technologies with Python working on the Mac. Today, I received this certificate of appreciation from one of my blog readers.   I’m including this in my performance

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Getting SPSS Python Integration to Work on the Mac (FINALLY!)

So, I did it. I finally got the SPSS Python Integration modules to work on the Mac. There should be angels singing and certificates of achievement handed to me personally by at least four of

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So, I did it. I finally got the SPSS Python Integration modules to work on the Mac. There should be angels singing and certificates of achievement handed to me personally by at least four of

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Interview with a Vampire Researcher: What I was doing at JSM

I hate Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the entire Twilight Series. This came about over the course of a week when my daughter had strep throat and was watching approximately 4,789,362 episodes of vampire shows

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I hate Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the entire Twilight Series. This came about over the course of a week when my daughter had strep throat and was watching approximately 4,789,362 episodes of vampire shows

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New Twist on Statistics Education

Kirk Anderson recently mentioned a new course on the American Statistical Association Statistical Education group, Statistics in the Media “The focus will be on how statistics are reported in the media. Students will be asked

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Kirk Anderson recently mentioned a new course on the American Statistical Association Statistical Education group, Statistics in the Media “The focus will be on how statistics are reported in the media. Students will be asked

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