# SAS Assignment Help

## Statistics using SAS Assignment Help

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Following is the list of comprehensive topics in which we offer quality solutions:

Regression

• Least squares regression with model selection techniques
• Diagnostic measures
• Robust regression
• Loess regression
• Nonlinear regression and quadratic response surface models
• Partial least squares regression
• Quantile regression

Analysis of Variance

• Balanced and unbalanced designs
• Multivariate analysis of variance and repeated measurements
• Linear models

Categorical Data Analysis

• Contingency tables and measures of association
• Logistic regression and log linear models
• Bioassay analysis
• Generalized estimating equations
• Generalized linear models
• Exact methods
• Zero-inflated Poisson regression
• Zero-inflated negative binomial regression

Bayesian Analysis

• Bayesian modeling and inference for generalized linear models accelerated failure time models, Cox regression models (piecewise constant baseline hazard) and finite mixture models
• General Bayesian statistical models with user-specified priors and likelihood functions

Mixed Models

• Linear mixed models
• Nonlinear mixed models
• Generalized linear mixed models

Multivariate Analysis

• Factor analysis
• Principal components
• Canonical correlation and discriminant analysis
• Path analysis
• Structural equation modeling

Psychometric Analysis

• Multidimensional scaling
• Conjoint analysis with variable transformations
• Correspondence analysis

Cluster Analysis

• Hierarchical clustering of multivariate data or distance data
• Disjoint clustering of large data sets
• Nonparametric clustering with hypothesis tests for the number of clusters

Survival Analysis

• Nonparametric estimation of survivor function
• Accelerated failure time models
• Proportional hazards models
• Quantile regression models

Nonparametric Analysis

• Nonparametric analysis of variance. Exact probabilities computed for many nonparametric statistics
• Kruskal-Wallis, Wilcoxon-Mann-Whitney and Friedman tests
• Rank tests for balanced or unbalanced one-way or two-way designs

Survey Data Analysis

• Sample selection
• Descriptive statistics and t-tests
• Linear and logistic regression
• Frequency table analysis
• Cox proportional hazards model

Multiple Imputation

• Regression and propensity score methods for monotone missing patterns
• MCMC method for arbitrary missing patterns
• Combine results for statistically valid inferences

Study Planning

• Power and Sample Size application provides interface for computation of sample sizes and characterization of power for t-tests, confidence intervals, linear models, tests of proportions and rank tests for survival analysis