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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've worked with SAS both the university edition and several of the modules for many years, and have an extensive background in statistics, SQL, data modelling, data mining, business intelligence, programming and analytics. I am familiar with a variety of BI and statistical analysis packages from Matlab to SPSS and Stata and I have extensive experience in the SAS programming language and working at both the DATA and PROC steps. I also have extensive real-world experience in statistical data design, analysis, interpretation, and modelling. Finally, I have tutored a number of students through [more]

Formal coursework in SAS for statistical analysis as well as research experience conducting cross-sectional studies using national survey datasets as well as trend analysis using surveillance data and conducting data evaluation. I graduated from The University of Akron magna cum laude with a B. S. in Biochemistry. In undergrad, I've taken courses in Biology, Chemistry, and Calculus and felt like nothing was sinking in my head. It wasn't until I registered for a Statistics course that it all of my undergrad courses made sense! It drove me to further pursue graduate education in Epidemiology, wh [more]

I have more than 5 years of statistical application expertise culminating in a doctorate and post-doctoral experience in psychology. Graduate level degrees focused heavily on applied statistics, which I have used for publishing and teaching undergraduate level students. I have also been a statistical consultant on student projects, as well as on research grants of various kinds, with one of my primary roles being to conduct statistical analyses using SAS software. I have taught at various levels, including small and large scale class sizes, and provided individualized tutoring for much of my c [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 learned SAS in a graduate course and worked as a Graduate Research Assistant programming in SAS for 8 years. I programmed my own dissertation analysis in SAS. I was a PhD researcher in a Data Coordinating Center for 5 years training entry level staff in SAS and reviewing accuracy of code for reports and publications. I can tutor in writing basic code on how to access and read data, import data from Excel, data management and variable creation, and statistical analysis using descriptive, multivariate, and nonparametric procedures. [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 work as an actuary and am familiar with computer programming. I use SAS everyday at my full time job for the last 4 years. I have taken two official certification courses in base SAS. I have a degree in Mathematics from Bethel College, and I have taught high school algebra in the past. I currently work as an actuary and enjoy tutoring students in mathematics. I have spent time volunteering as a math tutor for a program in South Louisville and also for a community college program to get students up to basic college level math. I find that by working one on one with students we can focus o [more]

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