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As an MSPH in epidemiology, I have been primarily trained in SAS. My program required I show an intense level of proficiency, and incorporated SAS into every aspect of the coursework. I specialize in data cleaning and formatting, large data sets, regressions, interactions, and tests for association. Relevant courses are: Introduction to Biostatistics, Intermediate biometrics, discrete data analysis, various biostatistics seminars, secondary data analysis, and various epidemiology courses. In high-school, I struggled significantly in mathematics. I finally sought out a tutor (begrudgingly, admi [more]

I got an A in this class at Penn State. I've also helped other students in this class for the past two years. I have a bachelor's in Math Education. This year I will graduate with a Master's in Applied Statistics from Penn State. Bachelors in Math Education and Masters in Applied Statistics. Several years experience helping students from all levels. I've helped students from different backgrounds--from students with an IEP to gifted students. I have not met a willing student whom I could not help. I excel at clearly explaining challenging math concepts in a way that students can understand. M [more]

I have taken three graduate level courses that require heavy use in SAS. I have used SAS for statistical analyses in two peer-reviewed publications. As a statistical consultant, I prefer SAS or R for my formal analyses. I went to a small private college in Indiana for my Undergraduate degree in Biology. After working closely with a professor on my own research, I decided to pursue a Master's degree and stay in Acedamia. I worked on my Master's of Science in Biology at ETSU, where I also took six graduate level statistics courses. I am currently enrolled as a PhD (Biomedical Sciences) at ETSU. [more]

During my Master's and Doctoral degrees, I have successfully completed the statistical computing courses. In Fall 2014, I am going to teach Statistical Computing I (SAS and R) at the Department of Biostatistics, UofL. Also, I am a SAS certified programmer. I recently graduated PhD in Statistics at Case Western Reserve University, OH. When I was a graduate student, I worked as a teaching assistant for 5 years. I am now working as a Teaching Postdoc Scholar at Department of Bioinformatics and Biostatistics, University of Louisville from July, 2013.... [more]

I began using SAS in 1981 and maintain a license on my computer. I have taught SAS within businesses and use it in consulting. Much of my experience is in writing SAS code, but I also have experience using and teaching SAS Enterprise Guide. I think that teaching SAS is best done by using examples. My SAS license allows me to do this. I enjoy working with individual students and helping them with material that can sometimes seem less than exciting. The best reward is seeing the 'aha' moment when they understand the logic behind the material, rather than just memorizing steps. As a graduat [more]

In my graduate degree program we utilize SAS for our statistical analysis. I received an A in Emory University's EPI 533 Programming in SAS, in addition, I received an A in the schools BIOS 500 Statistical Methods I Lecture and Lab. I have 5+ years of experience tutoring high school and college students in math and/or science. My favorite subjects to tutor include: statistics, chemistry, biology, geometry, trigonometry, and precalculus! Additionally, I have experience tutoring all general subjects, test-prep (ACT, COMPASS, PSAT, SAT) and organization skills (5th grade through college). I pra [more]

I was a teaching assistant for a Data Management Using SAS class (taught by Dr. Mike S. at Emory University) for 3 years. Every class I have taken in my MPH and PhD graduate programs uses SAS as the main programming language, so I have a lot of experience from classwork and homework doing SAS modeling. SAS is the main programming language used at Emory University Rollins School of Public Health (where my graduate programs are based) and it is also the programming software I used exclusively while working as an ORISE Fellow at CDC for two years. I have very good working knowledge of SAS and a [more]

SAS is one of the most popular statistical software programs used both commercially and in academia. Understanding SAS programming will tremendously help any student learning statistics or data management. I have been using SAS for over five years. I have used SAS in several courses, projects, and work assignments. I have already tutored several statistics courses that have had a heavy focus on the use of SAS, both in programming and more importantly, in interpreting SAS output. I currently use SAS on a daily basis in my job as a financial statistical consultant. I have used many of the [more]

I have been programming in SAS for over 25 years doing both data manipulation and modeling and forecasting. I have a PhD in Economics and for my dissertation (and subsequent publications) I used SAS to estimate the parameters of NonLinear Models. Currently, I am a Senior Business Consultant at Humana (3 years). Prior to this, I was at LG&E as an Economist in the Forecasting Department (10 years). In addition, I am an Adjunct Professor of Economics at Bellarmine University (5 years). I have been tutoring for many years, during and after graduate school. I enjoy teaching and mentoring other [more]

I completed 28 hours of graduate level Statistics course along with 3 courses in undergraduate work. The predominate computer language for statistics calculations is SAS. My name is Michael and I hold a B.S degree in Mathematics and completed 28 hours of graduate work in Mathematics/Statistics at Eastern Michigan University. I am currently certified to teach all levels of middle and high school mathematics, physics, and economics. Prior to earning my B.S degree, my previous major was Engineering. The combination of my college course work left me with a major in mathematics, Statistics and Phy [more]

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