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Allow be self reliant, no longer inevitably identically allotted random variables. An optimum Berry-Esseen certain is derived for U-statistics of order 2, that's, records of the shape , the place the are measurable services such that ▼. An program is given referring to Wilcoxon's rank-sum try.

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3. The FOOTNOTE statement in the program created the footnote at the bottom of each page. ) The general form of the FOOTNOTE statement is shown below: FOOTNOTEn 'footnote text ' ; where n is a number between 1 and 10 for footnotes 1 through 10. For the first footnote, you can use either FOOTNOTE1 or FOOTNOTE. To suppress footnotes, omit both the quotation marks and the footnote text. 22 Elementary Statistics Using SAS The RUN Statement The RUN statement executes the statement or group of statements immediately above it.

4 AL 100 The data lines contain the data. Only four states are shown here, but all states could be entered this way. HI 200 DE 20 AK 300 5 ; After the data lines, a null statement (semicolon alone) ends the data lines. 6 run; The RUN statement executes the DATA step. The only output produced by this DATA step is a note in the log. This note tells you that the data set has been created. It gives the name of the data set, the number of variables, and the number of observations. The next seven sections give details on the DATA step.

Printing a Data Set Chapter 1 describes SAS as consisting of DATA steps and PROC steps. This section shows how to use PROC PRINT to print the data. 1 shows the results. 1 shows the title at the top that was requested in the TITLE statement. The first column labeled Obs shows the observation number, which you can think of as the order of the observation in the data set. For example, Alabama is the first observation in the speeding ticket data set, and the Obs for AL is 1. The second column is labeled state.

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