## The average bootstrap sample omits 36.8% of the data

Suppose you roll six identical six-sided dice. Chance are that you will see at least…

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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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Suppose you roll six identical six-sided dice. Chance are that you will see at least…

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My presentation at SAS Global Forum 2017 was "More Than Matrices: SAS/IML Software Supports New…

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One way to assess the precision of a statistic (a point estimate) is to compute…

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Most numerical optimization routines require that the user provide an initial guess for the solution.…

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In a previous article, I showed two ways to define a log-likelihood function in SAS.…

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Maximum likelihood estimation (MLE) is a powerful statistical technique that uses optimization techniques to fit…

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I have previously discussed how to define functions that safely evaluate their arguments and return…

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If you toss a coin 28 times, you would not be surprised to see three…

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Last week I was asked a simple question: "How do I choose a seed for…

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By default, when you use the SERIES statement in PROC SGPLOT to create a line…