UCLA Statistical Consulting Classes and Workshops
Classes and Workshops, Summer 2014
SAS DS2 Programming: Essentials, Tuesday, August 5 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Wednesday,
August 6 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in CLICC Classroom C, sign up
here
(although this workshop will take 2 days, you only need to sign up once).
DS2 is SAS’s next generation, DATA steplike programming language which enables
easy parallel processing and advanced data manipulation. SAS programs which
perform computationally complex data processing on large data sets can
demonstrate dramatically improved performance when rewritten in DS2. The DS2
Programming: Essentials class is designed for experienced SAS programmers
who want to leverage new, modern programming techniques to manipulate large data
sets while improving performance by taking advantage of the parallel processing
capabilities commonly available in modern computing platforms.
NOTE: This workshop is NOT an introduction to SAS. If you not
familiar with SAS, and data step programming in particular, please take our
Introduction to SAS workshop that will be offered during the Fall Quarter.
We will announce the date of that workshop and post the link for the sign up
around the beginning of the Fall Quarter.
NOTE: Only those who are currently affiliated with UCLA may attend
this workshop.
Past Classes and Workshops Available Online
 Stata
 SAS
 SPSS
 Mplus and Latent Variable Analysis

Introduction to Mplus, Part 1

Introduction to Mplus, Part 2
 Multilevel Modeling With
Latent Variables Using Mplus: CrossSectional Analysis (March, 2009) with movies
 Multilevel Modeling With Latent
Variables Using Mplus:
Longitudinal Analysis
(March, 2009) with movies

Growth Modeling with Latent Variables Using Mplus
with movies
 Growth and Multilevel Modeling Using Mplus
with movies
 EFA, CFA, and SEM Using Mplus with movies
 New Methods for Latent Variable Modeling in Mplus with movies
 Statistical Analysis with Latent Variables (a
10 week course) with movies
Professor Bengt Muthén taught this 10 week course on the Statistical Analysis with
Latent Variables during Spring quarter 2004, featuring the program Mplus, see
http://www.statmodel.com. ATS worked with OID and Professor
Muthén to record these lectures so
you may view the video streams of the course.

General
Latent Variable Modeling using Mplus Version 3 (Professor Bengt Muthén
speaking at SMABS 2004 at Jena University) with movies
 Multilevel Modeling
in Mplus (Professor Bengt Muthén
speaking at Johns Hopkins University) with movies
 Statistical Analysis with Latent Variables
using Mplus
3 (guest speaker Bengt Muthén) with movies
 Latent Class
Analysis (guest speaker Karen Nylund) with movies
 Discrete Time Survival
Analysis, (guest Speaker Katherine Masyn) with movies
 Longitudinal Models with Zero
Inflation, (guest Speaker Frauke Kreuter) with movies
 Introduction to using Mplus 3
with movies
 Introduction to
Mplus  Featuring Confirmatory Factor Analysis (under construction)
 Building Your Mplus Skills
 R
 SUDAAN
 Longitudinal Data Analysis
 Multilevel Modeling
 Survey Data Analysis
 Power Analysis
 Special Topics
 Archival Data
 Other
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