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About Rick Wicklin

Rick Wicklin author photo Rick Wicklin is a principal researcher in computational statistics at SAS, where he develops and supports the IML procedure and the SAS/IML Studio application. He received a PhD from Cornell University and has been a SAS user since 1997. Rick has presented numerous tutorials and papers at statistical and SAS users group conferences and is active in the American Statistical Association. Rick maintains a blog for statistical programmers at blogs.sas.com/content/iml/.
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Web Interview: Entrevista com Rick Wicklin, Estatísti.co (Portuguese)

YouTube Rick discusses his new book and blog.

blog Author tip: How to sample efficiently in SAS

Authorline Interview: November 2010

Web Interview: Maura Stokes, Director, SAS Research and Development, interviews Rick Wicklin

Webinar: An Introduction to SAS/IML Studio

Article from: Statistical Computing and Graphics Newsletter: "High-Flying Graphics at the 2009 Data Expo"

Awards
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2013-2014 Society for Technical Communication Carolina Chapter Technical Publications Competition

Award of Merit
Simulating Data with SAS

2011-2012 Society for Technical Communication International Summit

Award of Excellence
Statistical Programming with SAS/IML Software

2011-2012 Society for Technical Communication Carolina Chapter Technical Publications Competition

Award of Excellence
Statistical Programming with SAS/IML Software

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Simulating Data with SAS

Table of Contents (PDF) Excerpt (PDF) Example Code and Data Appendix A: A SAS/IML Primer(PDF) Appendix B: Generating Multivariate Ordinal Variables (PDF) Appendix C: Generating Random Correlation Matrices (PDF) Appendix D: Functions for Simulating Data by Using Fleishman’s Transformation (PDF) Appendix E: Constructing a Moment-Ratio Diagram in SAS (PDF) Reviews Buy Now

Statistical Programming with SAS/IML Software

Table of Contents (PDF) Excerpt (PDF) Example Code and Data Postcard (PDF) Reviews Buy now