Stephen A. Sivo
Research Psychologist/Professor, University of Central Florida
Stephen A. Sivo, PhD, is a Research Psychologist and Professor of Educational Research at the University of Central Florida. He received his PhD in Research, Measurement, and Statistics from the Educational Psychology department at Texas A & M University. The primary focus of his research has centered on the use of structural equation modeling to fit time series models to longitudinal data. He has used SAS software since 1991.
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SAS® for Monte Carlo Studies: A Guide for Quantitative Researchers
With the combination of powerful built-in statistical procedures and versatile programming capabilities, SAS is ideal for conducting Monte Carlo simulation research. Quantitative researchers will find this book attractive for its practicality and for its many hands-on application examples of Monte Carlo research.
*This book is out of print.
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