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bulletUniversity of Nebraska-Omaha
bulletUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln
bulletUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln Department of Statistics
bulletOther useful websites that I have constructed:
bulletOklahoma State STAT 4091 - This was a 1 credit hour course which introduced students to SAS.  The website is currently available at http://www.chrisbilder.com/stat4091.  All lectures notes are available on the schedule web page.  Please note that no textbooks were used for the course.
bulletOklahoma State STAT 4043 - This was a 3 credit course on regression analysis.  For those of you without much matrix algebra experience, I recommend downloading the Chapter 5 lecture notes from the schedule web page (http://www.chrisbilder.com/stat4043/schedule.htm).  It gives a nice introduction to matrix algebra and introduces it in the context of simple linear regression.  The College and HS GPA example is first discussed on p.1.3-1.4 of the Chapter 1 lecture notes.  
bulletSAS
bullet Arizona State's SAS tips
bullet Listserv website - Archive of listserv posts and a web form for joining the list.
bullet Michael Friendly's website at York University 
bullet Online SAS 9 documentation at sas.com
bullet PROC CANCORR
bullet PROC CANDISC
bullet PROC CLUSTER
bullet PROC DISCRIM
bullet PROC FACTOR
bullet PROC G3D
bullet PROC GCHART
bullet PROC GCONTOUR
bullet PROC GLM
bullet PROC GPLOT
bullet Global statements used in GPLOT (and some other G PROCs)
bullet PROC IML
bullet Statements, Functions, and Subroutines 
bullet PROC LOGISTIC
bullet PROC MDS
bullet PROC PRINT
bullet PROC PRINCOMP
bullet PROC STEPDISC
bullet PROC TREE
bullet Online SAS 8 documentation at Oklahoma State University
bullet PROC CANCORR
bullet PROC CANDISC
bullet PROC CLUSTER
bullet PROC DISCRIM
bullet PROC FACTOR
bullet PROC G3D
bullet PROC GCHART
bullet PROC GCONTOUR
bullet PROC GLM
bullet PROC GPLOT
bullet Global statements used in GPLOT (and some other G PROCs)
bullet PROC IML
bullet Statements, Functions, and Subroutines 
bullet PROC LOGISTIC
bullet PROC MDS
bullet PROC PRINT
bullet PROC PRINCOMP
bullet PROC STEPDISC
bullet PROC TREE
bullet SAS/ASSIST
bullet SAS/INSIGHT
bullet SAS/STAT's Analyst Application
bulletSAS Technical support
bullet S-Plus
bulletFree version for students - limitations in data set size
bulletCarnegie Mellon's STATLIB S-Plus functions- A great source for S-Plus functions!
bullet Listserv website - The "digest" option is a very nice way to subscribe to the listserv.  E-mail posts to the listserv are sent in groups instead of individually to your e-mail address.
bullet R - Based on the S language and similar to S-Plus (but its free)
bullet Download Windows version
bullet Listserv website (see R-Help) and search web page of its archives
bullet Newsletters - See the Jan. 2001 newsletter for an introduction to R
bullet Packages written by users - Wow! A lot of useful tools in addition to the standard R statistical functions.
bullet SciViews R Console - The future of using R!  This is still in a beta version, but it makes R's GUI closer to that of S-Plus and provides an embedded program editor.
bullet R-WinEdt - Allows you to use R with a S-Plus script window equivalent type of editor AND it provides color coding for your code (like the SAS Enhanced Editor); read the ReadMe file for information on how to install it and WinEdt 
bulletRweb - Web based implementation of R
bulletXemacs and emacs speaks statistics (ESS) - These are a completely free editor and add-on that one can use instead of WinEdt and R-WinEdt.
bulletOther resources for R and S-Plus
bulletVenables, W. N. and Ripley, B. D. (2002), Modern Applied Statistics with S-Plus, Fourth Edition, New York: Springer. -  probably the most popular book on using S-Plus and R; click here to go to the author's web page.
bulletKrause, A. and Olson, M. (2002).  The Basics of S-Plus.  Third Edition, New York: Springer.
bulletClick here for an introductory class lecture on using S-Plus 6.0 (and a little on R).  I use this lecture on the first day of my OSU classes where S-Plus is used and students already had a regression class.  
bulletI gave a seminar on S-Plus 6.0 in October, 2001.  Click here to go to the website corresponding to the seminar.
bullet I gave a seminar on how to use S-Plus 3.3 in 1997.  This may be helpful to understand some of the basics of how to write code in S-Plus.  You can download the PowerPoint presentation itself at www.chrisbilder.com/chris/seminars.htm (see July 15, 1997 seminar at INEEL).  
bulletOther courses:
bulletChris Malone's Multivariate methods course at Winona State University - R is used as the main statistical software package
bullet Data mining course at Penn State University
bulletGgobi - software for multivariate data visualization; has a windows version which can interface with R (I have not tried it yet)

 

 

 

 

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