An Attitude of Gratitude

It’s been a pleasure speaking to groups around North Dakota this past week, in part because I was asked a lot of intelligent questions, which really forced me to think about the answers. One young

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It’s been a pleasure speaking to groups around North Dakota this past week, in part because I was asked a lot of intelligent questions, which really forced me to think about the answers. One young

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This is not an abandoned blog

Years ago, a friend of mine was in college and had an old, beat up car that leaked oil on to the street where it was parked, which, for some reason annoyed her elderly neighbor.

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Years ago, a friend of mine was in college and had an old, beat up car that leaked oil on to the street where it was parked, which, for some reason annoyed her elderly neighbor.

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Is it sick to get this excited about data analysis?

The results are in! The chart below gladdens my little heart, somewhat. One thing to note is the fact that the 95% confidence interval is comfortably above zero. Another point is that it looks like

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The results are in! The chart below gladdens my little heart, somewhat. One thing to note is the fact that the 95% confidence interval is comfortably above zero. Another point is that it looks like

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SAS Tip: Preventing Disaster When Variable Lengths Differ

Over the weekend, I wrote a post showing how SAS can be used to make what appears to be a complex problem quite simple. First of all, am I just being dramatic? Seriously, how can

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Over the weekend, I wrote a post showing how SAS can be used to make what appears to be a complex problem quite simple. First of all, am I just being dramatic? Seriously, how can

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Messy Problems Made Simple with SAS

Some problems that seem really complex are quite simple when you look at them in the right way. Take this one, for example: My hypothesis is that a major problem in math achievement is persistence. Students just

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Some problems that seem really complex are quite simple when you look at them in the right way. Take this one, for example: My hypothesis is that a major problem in math achievement is persistence. Students just

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