Introductory SAS Programming Tutorial

Friday, December 8, 10 am to Noon
Campus: 
Dayton
270 Mathematical and Microbiological Sciences Building
Audience: 
Current Students
Faculty
Staff

The Wright State University Statistical Consulting Center presents:

INTRODUCTORY SAS PROGRAMMING TUTORIAL

SAS (Statistical Analysis System) is a software suite developed by SAS Institute for Advanced Analytics. This 2 hour tutorial has no prerequisites and assumes no prior experience with SAS. Topics include:

  • Creating, sorting data, and formatting data sets
  • Writing output to a Word document
  • Generating descriptive statistics
  • Creating histograms, scatterplots, bar charts
  • Paired t-test
  • Correlations
  • Reading data in from text documents & excel files
  • Linear Regression
  • “Do” loops
  • Creating contingency tables
  • Chi-square test, One-Way ANOVA, Tukey’s Studentized Range test
This tutorial is free of charge to WSU faculty, staff, and grad students.  Registration is limited to 12 per class.
 
You must be able to log onto WINGS using your WSU Username and Password.
 
To register, or if you have questions, call: (937)775-4205 or Email: jennifer.schmidt@wright.edu  
 
For information, contact
Jennifer Schmidt
Administrative Specialist, Statistical Consulting Center