Selecting Statistical Techniques for Social Science Data: A Guide for SAS Users

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Take the guesswork out of selecting a statistical technique for social science data! This guide will help you select from the vast array of statistical techniques that can be applied in a particular analysis. It addresses social scientists, data analysts, and graduate students who have some knowledge of social science statistics and who want a systematic, highly condensed overview of many of the statistical techniques in current use and the purposes for which each is intended. Originally published in 1971, this guide has been updated to incorporate current statistical and analytical developments. In addition, you'll find a summary of how each of the techniques is provided through SAS software.

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Frank M. Andrews, Ph.D., was, at the time of his death in 1992, a Research Scientist at the Institute for Social Research, Professor of Psychology, and Professor of Population Planning and International Health, at the University of Michigan. He received the University's Distinguished Research Scientist Award in 1990.

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