Cross correlations for multiple pairs of columns

This macro calculates cross correlations for two or more pairs of columns.

Download the Macro

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Important

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Required Inputs

You need two or more columns of data.

Running the Macro

Suppose the data are in C1, C2, ... C10 and you want the cross correlations for all the pairs of columns. To run the macro, choose Edit > Command Line Editor and type:

%CCFLOOP C1-C10

Click Submit Commands.

Note

The dash in C1-C10 is a shortcut you could use if the variables are in consecutive columns. If the columns are not consecutive, list each variable with a space in between each (for example, %ccfloop C1 C4 C7 C9).

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