SAS Training Workshop | Education
Feb 22, 2017
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Wed., Feb. 22, 2017 --- 12:30~3:30pm. A122, Iacocca Hall. Data editing and analysis in SAS. Faculty, staff, and students from the College of Education are all welcome. More workshops are on the way.
Objectives for the SAS Workshop on Feb. 22:
1. Import or enter data;
2. Edit data: sorting; formatting; labeling; value definition; re-coding; computing a new variable; selecting/restructuring/merging data; graphing;
3. Descriptive and basic inferential statistics.
Faculty, staff, and students from the College of Education are all welcome. Sign up today (e-mail to Joan at firstname.lastname@example.org). Physical seats are limited to 15, first-come, first-served. Your attendance will be confirmed prior to the session. Those who cannot attend in person may use ZOOM, but need to contact Joan first (email@example.com).
More stats workshops are planned for this semester and the summer, possibly including training on Mplus, Mediator_Moderator Analysis, Logistic Regression for Binary Outcomes, and/or IRT/Rasch Modeling.
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