SAS (Statistical Analysis System) is an integrated system of software products provided by SAS Institute Inc.
Keywords for this software
References in zbMATH (referenced in 1231 articles , 2 standard articles )
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- Kalaba, R.; Tesfatsion, L.; Wang, J.-L.: A finite algorithm for the exact evaluation of higher order partial derivatives of functions of many variables (1983)
- Kodell, Ralph L.; Haskin, M. Gary; Shaw, Gary W.; Gaylor, David W.: CHRONIC: A SAS procedure for statistical analysis of carcinogenesis studies (1983)
- MacCallum, Robert: A comparison of factor analysis programs in SPSS BMDP, and SAS (1983)
- Piantadosi, Steven; Hazelrig, Jane B.; Turner, Malcolm E. jun.: A model of tumor growth based on cell cycle kinetics (1983)
- Srivastava, M. S.; Carter, E. M.: An introduction to applied multivariate statistics (1983)
- White, Eugene; Tsurumi, Hiroki: Use of the principal component method in the maximum likelihood estimation procedure of the logit model (1983)
- Velleman, Paul F.; Welsch, Roy E.: Efficient computing of regression diagnostics (1981)
- Fuller, Wayne A.: The use of indicator variables in computing predictions (1980)
- Pack, David J.: What will your time series analysis computer package do? (1980)
- Searle, S. R.: Arbitrary hypotheses in linear models with unbalanced data (1980)
- Venter, Isabella M.; Blignaut, Renette J.: Teamwork: Can It Equip University Science Students with More than Rigid Subject Knowledge? () MathEduc
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