25
Jul

'Unbox' Your Box Plots - part deux

There was a recent comment on the original 'Unbox Your Box Plots', where a user wants to see the original data for the box, but only label the outliers. As noted in the comment, labeling all the scatter markers and turning on the outlier display is not ideal. But there […]

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25
Jul

Four ways to conduct a web search for business terms with SAS Business Data Network

SAS Business Data Network is SAS’ solution for managing glossaries of common business terms. This is part of the SAS Data Governance offering as well as bundled with Advanced versions of all SAS Data Management bundles. One thing that is important regarding Data Governance in general, and this solution in […]

Four ways to conduct a web search for business terms with SAS Business Data Network was published on SAS Users.

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25
Jul

Everything you need to know about the new Analytics Experience event

SAS is kicking off a new event Sept. 12-14 in Las Vegas called the Analytics Experience. It’s actually not completely new. In the past, we’ve held our annual Analytics and Premier Business Leadership Series conferences in the fall. But as the industry landscape continues to change – SAS continues to […]

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25
Jul

Statistical model building and the SELECT procedures in SAS

Last week I read an interesting paper by Bob Rodriguez: "Statistical Model Building for Large, Complex Data: Five New Directions in SAS/STAT Software." In it, Rodriguez summarizes five modern techniques for building predictive models and highlights recent SAS/STAT procedures that implement those techniques. The paper discusses the following high-performance (HP) […]

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24
Jul

Stock Plots

This weekend I was reviewing my portfolio of stocks as usual.  Yes, I do have a small stock portfolio with a few stocks, and normally I use free stock charting software to review the stock plots.  These sites allow you to view the daily stock prices along with many technical […]

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22
Jul

How to publish to a Slack channel with SAS

Slack is a tremendously popular app for team collaboration. At its core, it's an open messaging app that allows team members to communicate with each other in real time. It works well with "startup"-style teamwork, which requires constant communication among people who aren't always located together. I've heard a lot […]

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21
Jul

Using an alternate Quality Knowledge Base (QKB) in a DataFlux Data Management Studio data job

In DataFlux Data Management Studio, the predominate component of the SAS Data Quality bundle, the data quality nodes in a data job use definitions from something called the SAS Quality Knowledge Base (QKB). The QKB supports over 25 languages and provides a set of pre-built rules, definitions and reference data […]

Using an alternate Quality Knowledge Base (QKB) in a DataFlux Data Management Studio data job was published on SAS Users.

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21
Jul

How to use SAS software GMap procedure to capture Pokémon!

With the Pokémon Go craze sweeping the world, techies and programmers are looking to apply their skills to gain an advantage over the average user. In this blog post, I show how to use some of SAS' geospatial analytics capabilities to capture a Pikachu. Let's say you know of a building that has […]

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21
Jul

Mom! That Evaluator Keeps Looking at Me!

If I were to give one piece of advice to a would-be program evaluator, it would be to get to know your data so intimately it’s almost immoral. Generally, program evaluation is an activity undertaken by someone with a degree of expertise in research methods and statistics (hopefully!) using data gathered and entered by people’s […] Read More
20
Jul

When I grow up, I want to be a data scientist

When I was growing up the term “data science” didn’t even exist, let alone dedicated “data scientist” roles. My friends and colleagues might argue that is because I am yet to grow up (!), but do not let this ruin my lead in to the fact that data science as […]

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