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Noninferiority Testing with SAS

August 27, 2013
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I planed to extend nonWinferiority testing to one of my statistical notes,  Equivalence Testing and TOST (Two One-Sided Test) since noninferiority test is simply half part of the equivalence test. Today I’m glad to find an even better explanation from SAS Usage Note 48616: Design and analysis of noninferiority studies You will love it...
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Best of SAS: A Personal Nomination 2012

December 31, 2012
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Best of SAS: A Personal Nomination 2012

There SAS applications/procedures/features were not necessarily available since 2012. This year I paid special attention to them when began to use SAS 9.3. The following notes are  totally my personal endorsement purely based my own experience as a user: XML File Reading: SAS XML Mapper SAS XML Mapper itself is not an elegant tool...
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Example 10.5: Convert a character-valued categorical variable to numeric

October 8, 2012
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Example 10.5: Convert a character-valued categorical variable to numeric

In some settings it may be necessary to recode a categorical variable with character values into a variable with numeric values. For example, the matching macro we discussed in example 7.35 will only match on numeric variables. One way to conve...
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Statistical Notes (5): Confidence Intervals for Difference Between Independent Binomial Proportions Using SAS

September 24, 2012
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Statistical Notes (5): Confidence Intervals for Difference Between Independent Binomial Proportions Using SAS

A guy notices a bunch of targets scattered over a barn wall, and in the center of each, in the "bulls-eye," is a bullet hole. "Wow," he says to the farmer, "that’s pretty good shooting. How’d you do it?" "Oh," says the farmer, "it was easy. I painted the targets after I shot the...
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Frequentist or Baysian

September 21, 2012
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Frequentist or Baysian

A latest updated post on Freakonomics, Beware the Weasel Word “Statistical” in Statistical Significance!,  seemed to attempt to challenge frequentist statistics by Bayesian. I have no research on Bayesian and won’t jump to the debates. I’d rather to use this case to apply the Dragon’s Teeth and Fleas logic of hypothesis testing (at least...
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Statistical Notes (3): Confidence Intervals for Binomial Proportion Using SAS

September 15, 2012
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Statistical Notes (3): Confidence Intervals for Binomial Proportion Using SAS

A guy notices a bunch of targets scattered over a barn wall, and in the center of each, in the "bulls-eye," is a bullet hole. "Wow," he says to the farmer, "that’s pretty good shooting. How’d you do it?" "Oh," says the farmer, "it was easy. I painted the targets after I shot the...
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Example 9.35: Discrete randomization and formatted output

June 18, 2012
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A colleague asked for help with randomly choosing a kid within a family. This is for a trial in which families are recruited at well-child visits, but in each family only one of the children having a well-child visit that day can be in the study. The...
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What’s our sign?

September 13, 2011
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What’s our sign?

Rick Wicklin and I are engaged in an arms race of birthday-related blog posts.  To recap: Rick analyzed national data about births in the USA and what time of year they are most likely to occur. I responded by analyzing the birthdays of my Facebook friends. Rick responded by analyzing
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