Loyola University Chicago

Mathematics and Statistics

STAT 303: SAS Programming and Applied Statistics

Course Details
Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: STAT 103 or STAT 203 or STAT 335.
Description:  An introduction to SAS programming in the context of practical problems taken from applied statistics. SAS programming includes extensive data-set manipulations such as inputting, from raw data and external files, subsetting, working with single and multidimensional arrays, SAS functions, basic macros. SAS procedures include MEANS, FREQ, GLM, PLOT, REG, UNIVARIATE, and selected topics from IML, LOGISTIC, MIXED, NLIN. Statistical topics include t-tests, simple and multiple regression, ANOVA, categorial analysis, repeated measures.