The top 10 posts from The DO Loop in 2017

January 3, 2018
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I wrote more than 100 posts for The DO Loop blog in 2017.
The most popular articles were about SAS programming tips, statistical data analysis, and simulation and bootstrap methods.
Here are the most popular articles from 2017 in each category.

General SAS programming techniques

Statistics and Data Analysis

Observed and Expected proportions of M&M color (2017)

  • M&M Colors:
    It’s no surprise that a statistical analysis of the color distribution of M&M candies was one of the most popular articles. Some people are content to know that the candies are delicious, but thousands wanted to read about whether blue and orange candies occur more often than brown.
  • Interpretation of Correlation:
    Correlation is one of the simplest multivariate statistics, but it can be interpreted in many ways: algebraic, geometric, in terms of regression, and more.
    This article describes seven ways to view correlation?
  • Winsorize Data:
    Before you ask “how can I Winsorize data” to eliminate outliers, you should ask “what is Winsorization” and “what are the pitfalls?” This article presents the advantages and disadvantages of Winsorizing data.

Simulation and Bootstrapping

Was your New Year’s resolution to learn more about SAS?
Did you miss any of these popular posts? Take a moment to read (or re-read!) one of these top 10 posts from the past year.

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