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Date:         Thu, 6 Nov 1997 11:13:37 -0500
Reply-To:     Mike Davenport <Mike.Davenport@RICHMOND.PPDI.COM>
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
From:         Mike Davenport <Mike.Davenport@RICHMOND.PPDI.COM>
Subject:      [Fwd: t test]
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> i think that you might be able to use some sas functions to get what you want > > tinv returns the pth quantile from the t distribution > then using your data to compute your t-critical value in a data step an check if its <= to the tinv value of interest i think > will give you the desired result > > mike > > Jamil Ibrahim wrote: > > > dear sas users, > > Is there a sas procedure or a routine that calculates the p value for a > > test since I have summary stat like sample mean, natinal avg, n, sample > > std and national std. I don't have the raw data... > > thank you. > > > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------ > > Dr. Jamil M. Ibrahim, Ph.D. > > Institutional Research Associate, LRC > > Assistant Professor, SHRP > > The University of Mississppi Medical Center > > 2500 North State Street > > Jackson, Mississippi 39216-4505 USA > > Telephone: 1-(601) 984-1197 Fax:1-(601) 984-1205 > > INternet: ibrahim@fiona.umsmed.edu


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