Posts Tagged ‘ SAS business analytics ’

The importance of measuring your business pain

May 29, 2013
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The importance of measuring your business pain

If you write a blog, you deal with spam comments. That's just part of the deal. Spammers are forever inventing new and creative methods for "tricking" you into accepting their spam comments. These comments have nothing to do with your blog topic but do contain trackback links to their own
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I’m going to count for something in Australia

August 15, 2011
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I'm currently enjoying the Australian "winter" as I travel around the region talking to SAS customers for the SAS Insight Series.  It just so happens that I was in Perth, Western Australia for Australia's Census Night.   Because I was in the country ...
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What SAS administrators should know about libraries, metadata, and SAS Enterprise Guide

June 21, 2011
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We sometimes take it for granted, but the concept of the "SAS library" is just about one of the most awesome aspects of The SAS System. You can give your library a name (a library reference, or libref), tell the system how to get to your data (...
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What SAS administrators should know about libraries, metadata, and SAS Enterprise Guide

June 21, 2011
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We sometimes take it for granted, but the concept of the "SAS library" is just about one of the most awesome aspects of The SAS System. You can give your library a name (a library reference, or libref), tell the system how to get to your data (options ...
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Smart Cats with blogs on stats

November 8, 2010
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Smart Cats with blogs on stats

Let's face it: ever since cats learned how to access the Internet, they've managed to besmirch their prestigious status as the "smarter-if-a-bit-aloof" pet. They've starred in many demeaning YouTube videos, bringing shame to their species for the...
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Demystifying how text analytics can detect cyberbullying

October 22, 2010
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Facebook now uses technology to help detect instances of cyberbullying before it gets out of hand. I heard this report on CNN last week, and the Facebook spokesman described their detection techniques as "background technology that I can't really...
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Statistics: why doesn’t everybody love them?

October 20, 2010
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I am not a statistician, but I love statistics. Statistics are facts, and when used for good, they are an important ingredient in sound decision making about almost any issue, whether it's about government policy or your personal behavior. The u...
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World Statistics, FTW!

October 9, 2010
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World Statistics, FTW!

Yesterday, I was in the #raganSAS audience as David Pogue told me What's New and What's Next in the world of technology. David is a great presenter, and he really had the audience engaged as he talked about augmented reality, his world according...
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