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By Der, Geoff; Everitt, Brian S

ISBN-10: 1584887850

ISBN-13: 9781584887850

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Use the enhanced editor colour coding to double check. & & & Check any statement that does not begin with a keyword (blue or navy blue) or a variable name (black). Large blocks of purple may indicate a missing quotation mark. Large areas of green may indicate a missing *= from a comment. ‘‘Collapse’’ the program to check its overall structure. Hold down the Ctrl and Alt keys and press the numeric keypad minus key. Only the data and proc statements and global statements should be visible. To expand the program, press the numeric keypad plus key while holding down Ctrl and Alt.

There may be additional options on the class statement depending on the procedure. 7 Global Statements Global statements may occur at any point in a SAS program and remain in effect until reset. The title statement is a global statement and provides a title that will appear on each page of printed output and each graph until reset. An example would be title 'Analysis of Slimming Club Data'; The text of the title must be enclosed in quotes. Multiple lines of titles can be specified with the title2 statement for the second line, title3 for the third line, and so on up to 10.

Pearson correlation coefficient is generally used, but others, for example, Spearman’s rank correlation, may be more appropriate if the data are not considered to have a bivariate normal distribution. The relationship between the two variables will be examined separately for northern and southern towns. Finally, it will be of interest to compare the mean mortality and mean calcium concentration in the north and south of the country by using either a t-test or its non-parametric alternative, the Wilcoxon rank-sum test.

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