## Use a bar chart to visualize pairwise correlations

Visualizing the correlations between variables often provides insight into the relationships between variables. I've previously…

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Distinguished Researcher in Computational Statistics

Distinguished Researcher in Computational Statistics

Rick Wicklin, PhD, is a distinguished researcher in computational statistics at SAS and is a principal developer of PROC IML and SAS/IML Studio. His areas of expertise include computational statistics, simulation, statistical graphics, and modern methods in statistical data analysis. Rick is author of the books *Statistical Programming with SAS/IML Software* and *Simulating Data with SAS*.

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Visualizing the correlations between variables often provides insight into the relationships between variables. I've previously…

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When someone refers to the correlation between two variables, they are probably referring to the…

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Recently, I was asked whether SAS can perform a principal component analysis (PCA) that is…

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A SAS customer asked, "I computed the eigenvectors of a matrix in SAS and in…

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Last week I blogged about the broken-stick problem in probability, which reminded me that the…

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A SAS user needed to convert a program from MATLAB into the SAS/IML matrix language…

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A classical problem in elementary probability asks for the expected lengths of line segments that…

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For a time series { y1, y2, ..., yN }, the difference operator computes the…

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Skewness is a measure of the asymmetry of a univariate distribution. I have previously shown…

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An important problem in machine learning is the "classification problem." In this supervised learning problem,…