Associate Director and Professor, York University
Michael Friendly is associate professor and associate director of the Statistical Consulting Service at York University in Ontario, Canada. Dr. Friendly teaches graduate-level courses in multivariate data analysis and computer methods in the Department of Psychology, where he has been teaching the SAS System for over ten years. His research interests generally apply quantitative and computer methods to problems in cognitive psychology, including the cognitive aspects of extracting information from graphical displays.
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SAS System for Statistical Graphics, First Edition
By Michael Friendly
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