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 […]

STOP PRESS! I’m presenting on SAS Studio and ODS Graphics at the London SUGUKI on 10Jan2019. Attend the meeting for a chance to win an ebook in the draw!

STOP PRESS! I’m presenting on SAS Studio and ODS Graphics at the London SUGUKI Meetup on 10Jan2019. Attend the meeting for a chance to win an ebook in the draw! Note that you meet register at http://www.meetup.com/SUGUKI to be allowed into the meetup, where you can find more details about this and other SUGUKI events. […]

Are you going to PharmaSUG 2019 in Philadelphia? My paper is listed on the “Sneak Preview” page!

Are you going to PharmaSUG 2019 in Philadelphia? My paper, “The Art of Defensive Programming: Coping with Unseen Data”, is listed on the “Sneak Preview” page! This paper forms part of my Defensive SAS Programming course. The conference runs from 16-19 June 2019, but I’m hoping to arrange my flights across the Atlantic so my […]

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