## Explaining statistical methods to the terrified & disinterested: pictures & diagrams

In a previous blog I suggested that many readers in many applied areas are reading…

By Gregory Lee 5

In a previous blog I suggested that many readers in many applied areas are reading…

By Stephen Mistler 3

Part 1 of this topic presented a simple Sudoku solver. By treating Sudoku as an…

By Stephen Mistler 3

Sudoku solvers have been written in SAS using a variety of methods (e.g., the DATA…

By Stephen Mistler 5

When teaching statistics, it is often useful to produce a normal density plot with shading…

By Monica Beals 1

Are you looking for a flexible training option to increase or brush up on your…

By Chris Daman 0

I recently received this interesting question regarding Multilevel Models after one of my last blog…

By Chris Daman 0

Multilevel models (also called hierarchical linear models) are used to analyze clustered or grouped data,…

By Chris Daman 5

If you have data where the observations are not independent due to nesting or clustering,…

By Chris Daman 0

FINALLY…the simplest ESTIMATE statements to write are for continuous variables not involved in interactions or…

By Chris Daman 0

My previous blog demonstrated the most difficult type of ESTIMATE statement to write—a two-way (or…