Date (week of) | Handout | Topic | Code |
---|---|---|---|

January 21 | Lab #1 | Introduction to SAS and R | |

January 28 | Lab #2 | Introduction to SAS and R (cont'd) | |

February 4 | Lab #3 | Summarizing and displaying categorical data | [R] [SAS] |

February 11 | Lab #4 | Summarizing and displaying continuous data | [R] [SAS] |

February 18 | Lab #5 | Regression; creating new variables | [R] [SAS] |

February 25 | Lab #6 | Probability | |

Solutions to practice problems [pdf] | |||

March 4 | Lab #7 | Binomial distribution; one-sample categorical data | [R] [SAS] |

Solutions to practice problems [pdf] | [R] [SAS] | ||

March 11 | Lab #8 | Sampling distributions and the central limit theorem | |

March 24 | Lab #9 | One-sample continuous data | [R] [SAS] |

April 1 | Lab #10 | Power for one-sample continuous data; tests for contingency tables | [R] [SAS] |

April 8 | Lab #11 | Odds ratios; power for two-sample categorical studies | [R] [SAS] |

April 15 | Lab #12 | Two-sample t-test | [R] [SAS] |

April 22 | Lab #13 | Transformations and rank-based tests | [R] [SAS] |

April 29 | Lab #14 | ANOVA; multiple comparisons | [R] [SAS] |

May 6 | Lab #15 | Survival analysis | [R] [SAS] |

Note: I am using "Handout" in the colloquial sense of "a document that is given to people"; we will not actually distribute physical copies in lab.