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VIEWS News 57 (2019Q3) has been published!

VIEWS News issue 57 has been published today. To be able to read this and all previous issues you will need to follow these steps: If you have not already registered on this blog site, go to blog.hollandnumerics.org.uk and register for free membership. Once successfully registered, reply to the registration confirmation email, and ask me […]

Blog member Alan Davies is presenting at the Debut SUGUKI meeting in Bristol on Sept 26

Debut Bristol SAS Meetup Thursday, September 26, 2019, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Lloyds Banking Group Harbourside, 10 Canons Way, Bristol Details Our debut event in Bristol is sponsored by Lloyds Banking Group – with a fantastic venue, overlooking the harbourside! • 18:00 – Arrive • 18:30 – Intro • 18:40 – SAS® at home, The University […]

How would you like to be a VIEWS Consultant (unpaid) by writing a SAS-related article for VIEWS News?

Having an article about SAS published in VIEWS News is the only qualification required to become a VIEWS Consultant, which is globally recognized, but is unpaid, like the Newsletter Editor! VIEWS News is now being published quarterly in February, May, August and November, and I am constantly looking for new SAS-related content and new contributors. […]

VIEWS News 56 has been published!

After over 7 years without a new issue of VIEWS News issue 56 has been published today. To be able to read this and all previous issues you will need to follow these steps: If you have not already registered on this blog site, go to blog.hollandnumerics.org.uk and register for free membership. Once successfully registered, […]

Statisticians: Beware of the Datasaurus!!

Alberto Cairo created the Datasaurus Dozen to demonstrate the necessity to view data beyond its statistics. He created a scatterplot of a dinosaur, and then generated 12 very different scatterplots with almost identical statistics. N: 142 Mean: X=54.27, Y=47.83 Standard deviation: X=16.77, Y=26.94 Correlation x-y: -0.06 The 12 data sets with almost identical statistics to […]

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