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Learn Where Healthcare is Heading
James M. Connolly  
4/29/2016   1 comment
Tha SAS Health Analytics Virtual Forum airs in a few days. You can bet that "change" will be a frequently used term, just as it is in any reference to healthcare and the life sciences sector.
A Graph Fit for a Prince
Robert Allison  
4/28/2016   11 comments
SAS tools help to illustrate the works of the late Prince.
Crossing the Digital Divide
Charlie Chase  
4/28/2016   5 comments
The digital divide requires changes up and down the supply chain and recognition of the shifts in customer expectations.
Analytics Education Take Global Forum's Center Stage
James M. Connolly  
4/28/2016   1 comment
At SAS Global Forum, educational initiatives stepped up, including a scholarship program for women in analytics and awards for educational excellence with analytics.
How Analytics Makes The Drive Better
Pierre DeBois  
4/27/2016   19 comments
The rising interest in autonomous vehicles and development environments that support such vehicles highlight new opportunities for analytics.
Learn From the Global Forum Keynoters
James M. Connolly  
4/26/2016   2 comments
Keynote speakers brought a range of experiences, interests, and advice points to the stage at last week's SAS Global Forum and Executive Conference in Las Vegas. Videos of those talks are available now on the SAS website.
Data Fundamentals for Analysts: Nested Facts and the (1st) Normal Form
Fabian Pascal  
4/26/2016   Post a comment
Fabian Pascal outlines key steps in database normalization.
Deep Learning Methods and Applications
Alison Bolen  
4/25/2016   6 comments
A Q&A with SAS VP Oliver Schabenberger provides some insight into how deep learning works, and what machines can and cannot do.
The Masses Talk IoT, Whatever That Is
James M. Connolly  
4/25/2016   14 comments
The federal government wants the public to comment on the Internet of Things, but even the government can't tell you what the IoT really is.
Looking for Cheaters in the Boston Marathon Data
Robert Allison  
4/22/2016   32 comments
Data analytics and visualization can take on a new role in sporting events like the Boston Marathon, helping to identify cheaters.
Sports Data Like Youíve Never Seen Before
Ariella Brown  
4/22/2016   49 comments
A couple of projects by Intel are changing the way athletes fine-tune their performance and fans view games.
Build a Culture of Analytics, Bit by Bit
James M. Connolly  
4/20/2016   15 comments
Speakers at SAS Global Forum's Executive Program outlined how to build a culture of analytics, but they warned that progress can be really slow, taking years.
Clean Your Data with Visualization and Algorithmic Tests
Joe Stanganelli  
4/20/2016   1 comment
Speakers at Bio-IT World explore techniques for biotech researchers and others working with big data to identify the accurate data in their data files.
SAS's New Architecture Highlights the Cloud and Openness
James M. Connolly  
4/19/2016   2 comments
SAS breaks new ground at SAS Global Forum by extending the company's tools through a new cloud architecture and a cloud-delivered customer intelligence tool.
SAS Global Forum: Something for Everyone
James M. Connolly  
4/18/2016   1 comment
If you aren't going to SAS Global Forum in Las Vegas, don't worry. Between our coverage on All Analytics and some online resources from SAS you have an opportunity to follow the content and pick up important information without leaving your office.
Big Data: Gospel or Myth?
Bryan Beverly  
4/18/2016   27 comments
Bryan Beverly asks how we should view big data, and whether it is an ultimate truth. He proposes a three-question test to see how big data fits into your organization.
What a Day to Talk Tax Fraud
James M. Connolly  
4/15/2016   27 comments
With tax deadline on the minds of Americans, they might want to consider how serious the tax fraud problem is in Europe.
Getting Down and Dirty With Lake Water Quality Data
Robert Allison  
4/15/2016   17 comments
SAS tools help to illustrate when a North Carolina lake suffers its bad days when it comes to pollution.
When It's Time to Just Let Go of Those Old Numbers
James M. Connolly  
4/14/2016   7 comments
While analytics professionals focus on bringing new data sources and new metrics into their organizations they also may have a responsibility to look at which old data sources have lost their relevance.
The Year of Ambiguity
Leo Sadovy  
4/13/2016   3 comments
Consider a new way of learning, and maybe an early introduction to statistics for young people.
Data Sharing: A Matter of Life and Death
Joe Stanganelli  
4/13/2016   4 comments
Cooperation among medical researchers -- done right -- very simply can mean lives saved, but the research community needs education on how to execute on that collaboration.
12 Inspiring Women In Data Science, Big Data
Jessica Davis  
4/13/2016   1 comment
Women make up half the population, yet it's been well documented that they don't come close to parity in STEM fields. Could the rise of big data and data science offer women a clearer path to success in technology? Here's a list of 12 inspiring women who work in big data and data science.
Data Science for All: When, Not If?
James M. Connolly  
4/12/2016   11 comments
Like the PC and the smart phone before it, analytics will leave business users craving for more access to tools and data. How will the data science team respond?
Do You Know Your Criminal Threat Score?
Maryam Donnelly  
4/11/2016   42 comments
A new tool for law enforcement agencies promises to use big data to calculate a person's threat level. But privacy advocates question both the concept and its execution.
The IoT Takes a Step into Adulthood
James M. Connolly  
4/7/2016   3 comments
Proof that the Internet of Things is maturing is the fact that naming Saturday as Internet of Things Day doesn't draw the snickers that it might have a few years back.
Swipe to Swap and Go
Ariella Brown  
4/7/2016   33 comments
A France-based social site takes some of the cash considerations out of home sharing for vacation travel.
Things to do in Vegas during SAS Global Forum
Robert Allison  
4/6/2016   14 comments
SAS tools do the job in building out an interactive map highlighting things to do during free time at SAS Global Forum in Las Vegas later this month.
How Analytics Fight Healthcare Fraud
James M. Connolly  
4/6/2016   49 comments
Former Blue Cross Blue Shield executive Doug Cedras joins All Analytics Radio to discuss how advanced analytics can help detect and prevent healthcare payment fraud, and how such advanced analytics can be utilized for other purposes throughout a health organization.
When Your App Makes Someone's Day
James M. Connolly  
4/5/2016   10 comments
If poorly designed or inadequate technology resources can create unhappy employees and drive turnover, wouldn't great technology minimize turnover?
Introduction to SAS for Digital Analytics and Segmentation
Suneel Grover  
4/4/2016   3 comments
A new series of SAS webcasts, SAS for Digital Analytics: Introduction & Advancing Segmentation, highlights how SAS customers can leverage advanced analytics and customer intelligence tools to move forward with their modern marketing strategies.
Donít Let the Analytics Tail Wag the Strategic Dog
Lauren Tucker  
4/4/2016   4 comments
Don't let a sense of urgency or artificial deadline destroy your analytics strategy. Plan and think thinks through.
How to Spend $1 Billion on Healthcare
James M. Connolly  
4/1/2016   8 comments
Our new All Analytics Quick Poll is your opportunity to identify the area of healthcare where you think analytics can, and should, help to fix what many see as a broken system.
Hadoop Creator Cutting Talks Big Data Past, Present, Future
Jessica Davis  
3/31/2016   1 comment
Hadoop creator Doug Cutting led off the keynote addresses at the Strata + Hadoop event in San Jose this week, marking the 10th anniversary of the big data technology and talking about what the future may hold.
Drug overdose deaths are on the rise in the US
Robert Allison  
3/31/2016   26 comments
The tragedy of today's drug crisis in the US is illustrated in Robert's maps, highlighting the spread of the opioid epidemic and the increase in deaths over time.
Share in the New 'Analytics Experience'
James M. Connolly  
3/30/2016   2 comments
The Call for Content is open now for session and presentation ideas for the new SAS Analytics Experience 2016 conference coming up in September. The event brings together the business and management themes of the former PBLS and the technical aspects of the Analytics 2015 conference.
Five Intuitive Predictions About Analytics
David Wagner  
3/29/2016   22 comments
Very non-analytical predictions about the future of analytics.
Analytics: Mitigating Fuel Theft in Southeast Asia
Dana Blouin  
3/29/2016   6 comments
With fuel theft costing trucking companies big money in Southeast Asia, it was time to turn to analytics for help, but also some careful user interface design.
Neural Networks Demystified
Leo Sadovy  
3/29/2016   2 comments
To understand neural networks, picture three layers, input, a target/result, and lots of math in the middle.
Microsoft Tay: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
James M. Connolly  
3/28/2016   32 comments
The misadventures of Microsoft's Tay chatbot provide a learning lesson for everyone who focuses on what technology can do: Consider what can go wrong.
Data Fundamentals for Analysts, Not Worth Repeating: Duplicates
Fabian Pascal  
3/25/2016   2 comments
Fabian Pascal's followers have been raising questions about keys in databases. Many data professionals do not seem to understand why duplicates should be prohibited. This should worry analysts.
Web Analytics vs. Digital Intelligence: What's the Difference?
Suneel Grover  
3/24/2016   12 comments
Customer intelligence tools are available and the need is there for businesses to take an omnichannel view of their customers as individuals.
Congratulations, Youíre an Ambassador for Analytics
James M. Connolly  
3/24/2016   43 comments
Criticisms of analytics and big data make it more important than ever that analytics professionals become advocates for their craft, getting the word out about what their technology can and cannot do for their organizations.
The New Frontier of Retail Analytics: Itís Magic
Emmett Cox  
3/23/2016   22 comments
The keys to retail success today is utilizing all of the data on hand, understanding 24x7 what consumers are doing, and making the most of all available channels.
Does E85 Fuel Save You Money or Cost More?
Robert Allison  
3/22/2016   28 comments
Robert breaks down the real consumer cost for driving an ethanol based E85 capable car versus the comparable cost for going with standard gasoline.
FCC Rules Could Leave Analytics Pros Torn
James M. Connolly  
3/22/2016   25 comments
As both a consumer and employee reliant on the accessibility of data, analytics professionals could have mixed feelings about the proposed FCC rules on Internet privacy.
Can Analytics Pros Change Industries Easily?
David Wagner  
3/22/2016   15 comments
A baseball analytics expert is getting into football. Can it work?
Big Data's Priorities: Streaming Analytics, Self-Service
Jessica Davis  
3/21/2016   Post a comment
Businesses are taking the next step with big data technology in 2016 with plans to implement streaming analytics and self-service, as they work to embed big data insights directly into business applications and software.
How to Gain IT Efficiencies With Analytics
Mary E. Shacklett  
3/21/2016   Post a comment
As mid-sized companies venture into analytics, one of the best places to start in terms of finding efficiency is right in the data center.
Tech Airs Its Downside, and Some Good News
James M. Connolly  
3/18/2016   9 comments
There was some depressing news this week tied to our obsession with technology, but there were reasons to smile as well.
What You Need to Know About Prescriptive Analytics
Kishore Jethanandani  
3/17/2016   9 comments
Even though companies have just scratched the surface with adoption of prescriptive analytics, some are getting real-world benefits, based on better decision making.
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Tha SAS Health Analytics Virtual Forum airs in a few days. You can bet that "change" will be a frequently used term, just as it is in any reference to healthcare and the life sciences sector.
SAS tools help to illustrate the works of the late Prince.
The digital divide requires changes up and down the supply chain and recognition of the shifts in customer expectations.
At SAS Global Forum, educational initiatives stepped up, including a scholarship program for women in analytics and awards for educational excellence with analytics.
The rising interest in autonomous vehicles and development environments that support such vehicles highlight new opportunities for analytics.
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