Two webinars, two M2010 keynote speakers, free learning

August 24, 2010
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I know that many of you will be traveling to Las Vegas in a couple of months to attend the annual Data Mining Conference. But, for those of you who won’t be attending, or for those who would love a sneak-peek beforehand, I’d like to share wit...
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Predict 3G users for telecom by using SAS Enterprise Miner

August 23, 2010
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Predict 3G users for telecom by using SAS Enterprise Miner

Situation: For a telecommunication company, there are a training dataset of 18,000 customers and a scoring dataset of 2,000 customers.Task:Find potential 3G users from the existent 2G users to increase ARPU and MARPUAction: Trained models by decision ...
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A letter to my data

Dear Data, You are immense. Too big for me to create summary reports that are useful, perform basic statistical analysis to draw meaningful conclusions and I can forget just looking at you directly. I am going for help - to Las Vegas, in October...
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Macros for Standard Date/Time Processing

August 19, 2010
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Macros for Standard Date/Time Processing

SAS Macro to process date/time
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Demystifying SAS Grid Computing

August 19, 2010
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Contributed by Bill Nasuti, Global Professional Services, SAS We often hear folks refer to SAS Grid as if it were a single entity, when in reality it consists of many facets. SAS Grid provides a rich functional toolset to improve performance and r...
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ISO 8601 Date Time Format

August 19, 2010
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ISO 8601 Date Time Format

ISO 8601What's new is BASE SAS 9.2
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Creating a Relational OLAP Cube (ROLAP)

August 19, 2010
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Creating a Relational OLAP Cube (ROLAP)

SAS allows for three different cube storage mechanisms: 1. MOLAP The traditional SAS OLAP Cube will all aggregations / nway stored on a physical file structure accessible by the SAS OLAP Cube Server. 2. ROLAP A relational OLAP cube - where no aggregati...
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Does Crime Pay?

August 18, 2010
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Answer:  It certainly doesn’t pay authors. My sister recently told me that the Sacramento public library lists one copy of The Little SAS Book in their catalog.  However, it turns out that someone has stolen that one copy. I figure that’s a compliment of sorts: Someone wanted The Little SAS Book enough to steal...
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Short on time, but need to learn?

August 17, 2010
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Those of you who have anxiously been awaiting the next installments in my "What is there to do in Cary?" series may have noticed a distinct lack of output over the last month or so. This is due to the fact that I have been forced to spend...
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