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# Statistics

## Fit Discrete Distribution in SAS

Fitting discrete distributions to univariate data in SAS requires more work than the continuous case. Here I present examples of fitting the Poisson and Negative Binomial Distribution.

## One Sample t Testing In SAS

This post shows you the basics of both the one sided and two sided one sample t test and how to calculate t statistics and p values in SAS.

## Three New Additions to my SAS Shelf

Three new books have made their way on to my SAS shelf. Being a SAS programmer means being on a never ending learning curve. The many great SAS books out there helps me stay on the curve.

## Stuck on a SAS Problem? Ask for Help

Have you ever been stuck on a SAS problem and not even Google seems to be of help? Fear not! Help is on the way in the SAS online communities.

## What SAS Books Are On My Shelf?

Learning SAS programming, I like to learn new stuff and to learn more about the subjects I am already familiar with. SAS books is a great way to do this. Here are the SAS books on my shelf.

## Save Statistics in Macro Variables

Using SAS Procedures to calculate statistical sizes, you often need to save them for later analysis. CALL SYMPUTX does this efficiently.

## Moving Average in SAS

Moving Averages are frequently used when dealing with time series data. This post shows examples of creating moving averages in SAS, using the Data Step, SAS/IML and PROC EXPAND

## Descriptive Statistics With PROC MEANS and SAS/IML

This post demonstrates how to calculate simple descriptive statistics with SAS Procedues and the IML language.

## Visualize the Central Limit Theorem in SAS

The Central Limit Theorem is one of the most fundamental parts of statistics. Get a visual demonstration of the theorem here.

## Control your Output with ODS select/exclude

The amount of output from even small SAS procedures can be overwhelming. Take control of your output with ODS trace and ODS Select/Exclude Statements.