East Carolina University
Department of Psychology
Multivariate Analysis with SAS
Linked here are documents containing lessons designed to teach the intermediate level student how to use SAS for multivariate statistical analysis. The documents often include the data, or links to the data, for the analyses used as examples. For those documents bearing my copyright notice, I grant permission to all to employ the documents for noncommercial, educational purposes, as long as the documents are reproduced only in their entirety and include my copyright notice.
If it is basic introduction to SAS you want, check out my page SAS Lessons: The Basics.
Dr. Karl L. Wuensch
Department of Psychology
East Carolina University
Cronbach's Alpha -- also includes a log of messages from the EDSTAT list.
The Multivariate Approach to the One-Way Repeated Measures ANOVA
Three-Way Analyses of Variance Containing One or More Repeated Factors
Convert Data from Univariate Setup to Multivariate Setup or Vice Versa
Curvilinear Regression -- with an emphasis on polynomial regression.
Multiple R^{2} and Partial Correlation/Regression Coefficients
Continuous Moderator Variables in Multiple Regression Analysis
Statistical Tests of Models That Include Mediating Variables
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Dr. Karl L. Wuensch
This page most recently revised on 21-October-2019.