16
Nov

Waterfall Graph with more data for subject - Part 2

A few days back I published an article on including more subject data in a Waterfall graph.  This was motivated by the desire from many users to view more data in the same graph, thus avoiding the need to refer to different graphs for the relevant information.  In this case, [...]

The post Waterfall Graph with more data for subject - Part 2 appeared first on Graphically Speaking.

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16
Nov

Using SAS Cloud Analytics Service REST APIs to run CAS Actions

Disclaimer: this article does not cover or promote any political views. It’s all about data and REST APIs. I am relieved, thankful, elated, glad, thrilled, joyful (I could go on with more synonyms from my thesaurus.com search for 'happy') November 6, 2018 has come and gone. Election day is over. [...]

Using SAS Cloud Analytics Service REST APIs to run CAS Actions was published on SAS Users.

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16
Nov

SAS Press Is Recruiting Authors!

Learn how to become an author with SAS Press. The post SAS Press Is Recruiting Authors! appeared first on SAS Learning Post. Read More
15
Nov

Where do provisional ballots come from?

There has been a lot of controversy surrounding this year's midterm election, when it comes to counting the ballots ... and I kept hearing the term provisional ballots in the news. But I'm embarrassed to say that I didn't really know much about provisi... Read More
14
Nov

Building a better election map

The US 'midterm' elections have finally started to wind down, and we finally have some (mostly) finalized results to study. But what's the best way to visualize who won the US congressional seats in each of the 435 districts? Let's dive into this topic... Read More
14
Nov

Create newline-delimited JSON (or JSONL) with SAS

JSON is a popular format for data exchange between APIs and some modern databases. It's also used as a way to archive audit logs in many systems. Because JSON can represent hierarchical relationships of data fields, many people consider it to be superior to the CSV format -- although it's [...]

The post Create newline-delimited JSON (or JSONL) with SAS appeared first on The SAS Dummy.

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14
Nov

Big Data in Healthcare

Joseph Woodside shares examples of applied experimental learning in healthcare from his book, "Applied Health Analytics and Informatics Using SAS". The post Big Data in Healthcare appeared first on SAS Learning Post. Read More
14
Nov

How to achieve repeatable results with distributed DATA Step BY Groups

Prior to distributed DATA Step, DATA Step programmers never had to think about achieving repeatable results because DATA Step ran single-threaded and the source SAS7BDAT dataset was stored on disk. But if you need to obtain repeatable results in DATA Step code that runs distributed in CAS, this post provides a workaround that you'll want to keep handy.

How to achieve repeatable results with distributed DATA Step BY Groups was published on SAS Users.

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14
Nov

Create and compare ROC curves for any predictive model

An ROC curve graphically summarizes the tradeoff between true positives and true negatives for a rule or model that predicts a binary response variable. An ROC curve is a parametric curve that is constructed by varying the cutpoint value at which estimated probabilities are considered to predict the binary event. [...]

The post Create and compare ROC curves for any predictive model appeared first on The DO Loop.

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13
Nov

Check out the SAS Student Series during winter break

SAS is launching the SAS Student Series, which bundles thousands of dollars’ worth of training and certification materials into an affordable package for university students and recent graduates.

The post Check out the SAS Student Series during winter break appeared first on SAS Learning Post.

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