Designed and developed at RTI International, SUDAAN® is an internationally recognized statistical software package that specializes in providing efficient and accurate analysis of data from complex studies. SUDAAN is ideal for the proper analysis of data from surveys and experimental studies, since SUDAAN procedures properly account for complex design features, such as correlated observations, clustering, weighting, and stratification. SUDAAN 11, the newest release of SUDAAN, reflects our continued commitment to providing useful statistical tools, which began over 40 years ago

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