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So I was about to write some SAS or R to do the following, but now I'm getting old enough to realize most things I think of were thought of before (usually by people way smarter than me). I've done some googling, but I haven't found the golden answer yet.

I'd like to test correlation between two data sets but I want to test a ton of "shifts" between the two sets. I want to automatically play with the lead and lag of the two sets and look at some sort of clever graphical representation of the relationships.

If anyone out there can point me to some R/SAS functions that is great, but even better would be the 10,000 foot guide of the basics for this type of question. The high level type guidance is usually what I have trouble googling up, instead I usually get too specialized information.

Thanks,

Austin

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# Automated shifting correlation test

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