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Aug 17, 2017 by Eden Slone (edencslone)
PUBH 6249 : Use of Statistical Packages: Data Management and Data Analysis
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PUBH 6281 : Analysis of Complex Surveys Using SAS and Stata
PUBH 6282 : Introduction to R Programming
Milken Institute School of Public Health
Public Health (PUBH)
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Use of Statistical Packages: Data Management and Data Analysis
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This course familiarizes the student with one of the most widely used database management systems and statistical analysis software packages, the SAS System, operating in a Windows environment. Throughout the course, several database management system techniques and data analytical strategies for the appropriate analysis of datasets obtained from a variety of studies will be presented. Statistical techniques covered include linear regression, analysis of variance, logistic regression, and survival analysis.
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