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Date:         Mon, 16 Jun 2003 08:59:55 -0500
Reply-To:     Rodney Sparapani <rsparapa@MCW.EDU>
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:         Rodney Sparapani <rsparapa@MCW.EDU>
Organization: Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Subject:      Re: Questions from a doctoral student
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BlackBird wrote:

>This next quarter I will be taking Advanced Inferenetial Statistics, I am >looking to determine which is the best package for my student budget (small) >and the most power I can get. I would hopefully like to also, if possible, >use the same software for my dissertation number crunching. I see that one >can buy some packages used like SPSS 11.0 Student version for around $50.00 >but I don't know if it will cover at least the following requirements for my >class: > >Regression > >Multiple Regression > >Power > >Factorial ANOVA > >ANCOVA > >Repeated-measures ANOVA > >Mixed (Between-Within) ANOVA > >Nonparametric Tests > >Could anyone steer me with their advice? Anyone selling used packages? >Sources, Links? What is the best software title in your opinion (Statistica, >SPSS, Analyse-it, etc.). > >E-mail me please at: > > > >BlackBird > > > > > I can't recommend SPSS student version. SPSS doesn't say what is in the package since it is distributed by Prentice-Hall and is Windows-only in any case. If you are on a tight budget, check out R. It's free see

-- Rodney Sparapani Medical College of Wisconsin Sr. Biostatistician Patient Care & Outcomes Research Was 'Name That Tune' rigged? WWLD -- What Would Lombardi Do

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