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More on the Statistical Revolution – a SAS Story (continued)

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Much as I'd like to take credit, it's probably more happenstance that statistical juggernaut SAS has been in the news several times over the last week following my recent A SAS Story and Statistical Revolution blogs. But like me, the press hasn't exactly been favorable, adding credence to the claim that SAS is now facing serious threats on several competitive fronts.

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A wee bit late to comment on this admittedly. WPS has been introduced at our workplace and only recently have I researched the issue.

You view it as a case of the bully harassing the little guy. I view it as a case of the smart guy trying to keep the bully who looked over his shoulders from selling the test answers.

The text field on this website seems intent on removing my commas. They must not like subordinate clauses.

Posted by Michael T | Friday, June 17 2011 at 3:15PM ET
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