Posts Tagged ‘ reporting ’

Social Network Analysis – SAS on the CrimeWatch

March 16, 2012
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Check out my post on AllAnalytis.Com about how SAS is using analytics to fight fraudsters.  Looks out crooks!  Plus there was an e-chat yesterday with Angela and Dennis Toomey.  Lots of cool information about the techno...
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Reporting 101: Lessons Learned

February 13, 2012
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Reporting 101: Lessons Learned

Wow – it’s a very exciting time to have an analytics career!  You may have read the Preparing Yourself for Analytics Job Tsunami post at BeyeNetwork last week, which basically said we are headed for a shortage of analytics or data-minded people.  Oh … music to my little analytic-trained, big-data-lovin’ ears!  The article was pointing...
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SAS Add-In to MS Office: Refreshing the Data & Breaking the Link

February 9, 2012
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SAS Add-In to MS Office: Refreshing the Data & Breaking the Link

If you use SAS Add-In to Microsoft Office – specifically Excel, then you already know how awesome it is to link to the SAS data on the server. First, if you are using data that needs to be refreshed – just a click of the button brings you the new rows and your report...
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SAS BI Dashboard Rocks My Google Analytics Data Analysis

February 1, 2012
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SAS BI Dashboard Rocks My Google Analytics Data Analysis

I have to say I’m in love with the new SAS BI Dashboard and it’s many features. It really brings the Google Analytics to life and helps me understand how the Website traffic changed over time along with the key influences. The following figure gives you an idea of how you can integrate dashboard...
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SAS BI Dashboard: Google Analytics Dashboard Kicked Up a Notch

January 23, 2012
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SAS BI Dashboard: Google Analytics Dashboard Kicked Up a Notch

Google Analytics uses data from your Website to prepare a neat looking application where you can explore your data and answer what I consider your first-level questions. First-level questions are the most basic things you might want to know, such as How many? What Time Period? It is the second- and third-level questions where...
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SAS Web Report Studio: Chart Makeover – Before and After Shots!

January 18, 2012
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SAS Web Report Studio: Chart Makeover – Before and After Shots!

SAS Web Report Studio has some features that help can improve the overall appearance or just shake things up a little. You can change the template for individual reports in cases where you need to better highlight an idea. Tip! Check out the Information is Beautiful site for some inspirational ideas about presenting data....
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SAS BI: Looking at Google Analytics for Popular Blog Topics

January 16, 2012
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SAS BI: Looking at Google Analytics for Popular Blog Topics

This past week I have been studying the Google Analytics data to determine the best topics to discuss in the upcoming month and to prepare the SAS Glo Fo 2012 conference. Google Analytics allows me to measure which posts get the most hits when posted and continue to be popular or referenced. I’ll unveil...
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Popular Posts, Stats, and Other Musings from 2011

December 30, 2011
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 Since September, Angela and I have been actively posting on this blog about the SAS Business Intelligence toolset. It has been a lot of fun and thanks to all of your  encouragement and kind comments. I’ll share some stats with you data geeks t...
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