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  • fmixed: A SAS Macro for Smoothing-Spline-Based Functional Mixed Effects Models

    In this article we implement the smoothing-spline-based functional mixed effects models (Guo 2002) by a SAS macro by exploiting the connection between mixed effects models and smoothing splines. The macro can handle flexible design matrices and is easy to use. Input parameters and output results are described and explained. A numeric example and a real data example are used for illustration.

    %PROC_R: A SAS Macro that Enables Native R Programming in the Base SAS Environment

    Wei, Xin (2012)
    In this paper, we describe %PROC_R, a SAS macro that enables native R language to be embedded in and executed along with a SAS program in the base SAS environment under Windows OS. This macro executes a user-defined R code in batch mode by calling the unnamed pipe method within base SAS. The R textual and graphical output can be routed to the SAS output window and result viewer, respectively. Also, this macro automatically converts data between SAS datasets and R data frames such that the dat...

    An Introduction to the Special Volume on "Political Methodology"

    This special volume of the Journal of Statistical Software on political methodology includes 14 papers, with wide-ranging software contributions of political scientists to their own field, and more generally to statistical data analysis in the the social sciences and beyond. Special emphasis is given to software that is written in or can cooperate with the R system for statistical computing.

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    Matrix Algebra, A Matrix Handbook for Statisticians

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