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Do You Trust Statistics?
Robert Allison  
7/28/2016   9 comments
SAS tools help to highlight just how many people trust the Internet, or at least use it.
Analytics Power QIAGEN’s Digital Strategy
Ariella Brown  
7/27/2016   Post a comment
Pharmaceutical and laboratory company QIAGEN has deployed a set of algorithms designed to tap into big data sources and highlight new customers and sales opportunities.
When A City Gets Behind IoT Development
Pierre DeBois  
7/25/2016   3 comments
Chicago’s push for improving civic services through data is leading to IoT innovations, a robust developer community, and an intriguing new seminar demonstrating best practices for analytics practitioners and tech managers
Respect Your Brain, It's a Heck of a Computer
James M. Connolly  
7/22/2016   40 comments
As we continue to view the limitations of the human brain that we think can only be addressed through artificial intelligence, we should take a minute to consider just how amazing that brain is.
Big Data Aims to Cure Cancer
Jessica Davis  
7/21/2016   9 comments
While big data and analytics hold promise in finding cures for cancer, for some who are working on that research the challenge is very personal.
Putting the US in the EU ... bucking the Brexit trend!
Robert Allison  
7/20/2016   30 comments
The issue of the UK leaving the EU raises the question of how the US would fit in Europe, at least in visual terms.
Uber, Lyft, and the Austin Dispute
Lyndon Henry  
7/20/2016   23 comments
The governance dispute that led Uber and Lyft to abandon Austin could have implications for ride-hailing services in other cities.
Election 2016: The Analytics Behind the Fireworks
James M. Connolly  
7/19/2016   6 comments
All Analytics Radio takes a closer look at how analytics are shaping our selection of the next president, as well as a few hundred congressmen, senators, and governors.
Three Ways You Can Compete in the Collaborative Economy
Alison Bolen  
7/19/2016   4 comments
When anyone can open an app to borrow money from a crowd, order a gourmet dinner from a neighbor, or rent an oceanfront bungalow from a stranger, where does this leave more established businesses? Analytics Experience keynoter Jeremiah Owyang will share some thoughts.
How Real is Real Time?
Lisa Morgan  
7/18/2016   15 comments
The key to implementing real-time analytics is understanding what "real-time" means for your organization and your application.
An Analytics Roundtable Video: Dealing with Those People Issues
James M. Connolly  
7/14/2016   5 comments
The second video excerpt from the All Analytics CIO Roundtable features our guest CIOs discussing the challenges in getting business people to embrace analytics.
What to Include in Your Website
Robert Allison  
7/14/2016   43 comments
What information should you make easily available from the top page of your website? This Venn diagram provides some guidance.
Analytics Reach the 'Now What' Stage
James M. Connolly  
7/13/2016   10 comments
The "now what" stage of tech adoption is when everyone knows what they want to accomplish but wonders how to get there. That might be where analytics stand today.
Curbing Human Trafficking with Analytics
Joe Stanganelli  
7/12/2016   28 comments
Dun&Bradstreet is tapping its huge database of company information to identify suppliers that have potential human trafficking violations that would be of concern to customers concerned about sustainability.
A2 Radio: Analytics Progress and the Road Ahead
James M. Connolly  
7/11/2016   9 comments
All Analytics Radio is hosting a discussion with our expert bloggers as we look back at the remarkable progress in the analytics field in recent years, and look ahead to what work still remains.
I’d Like to Thank the Algorithm that Made this Film Possible
Ariella Brown  
7/11/2016   51 comments
A short film based on an AI-based screenplay may not have been fine cinema but it showed the potential for algorithm driven screenwriting.
NoSQL, Big Data Analytics, and the Loss of Knowledge and Reason
Fabian Pascal  
7/7/2016   3 comments
The data science behind big data analytics lacks a core attribute of real science, forethought.
Who Can Kill an Analytics Project?
James M. Connolly  
7/7/2016   3 comments
It might seem that everyone is out to block an analytics initiative, but it really isn't people but the lack of an analytics culture that gets in the way.
Predictive Analytics and Wearables Data Driving EHR Growth
Jessica Davis  
7/6/2016   3 comments
Electronic health records may not be new, but they are gaining strong adoption. That adoption is driven by trends such as integration with predictive analytics systems and telemedicine.
Does This Graph Make You Feel Old ... or Young?
Robert Allison  
7/6/2016   20 comments
SAS tools help to highlight age data, helping the reader to see what percentage of the population is older or younger.
How Analytics Make a President
James M. Connolly  
7/6/2016   2 comments
As the major US political parties head into their conventions, we take a look at how analytics are changing the political landscape. It's not just about predicting winners any more. In fact, campaigns use analytics the way businesses do.
Visualize the Cantor Function in SAS
Rick Wicklin  
7/5/2016   1 comment
The Cantor function and the Cantor middle-thirds set are often used as counter-examples to mathematical conjectures. The Cantor set is defined by a recursive process that requires infinitely many steps. However, you can approximate these pathological objects in a matrix-vector language such as SAS/IML with only a few lines of code!
The Status Report: Valuable or a Waste of Time?
Bryan Beverly  
7/5/2016   12 comments
The jury may be out on the value of status reports, but while you wait for a verdict, think about how we learn or don't learn how to write those reports.
An Analytics Roundtable Video: Finding Answers in the Data
James M. Connolly  
7/4/2016   1 comment
CIOs participating in the A2 Analytics Heroes Roundtable discuss how analytics are changing their organizations, including how data changes the corporate culture. This video excerpt is the first in a weekly series.
Can Twitter and Open Source Analytics Predict the Next American President?
Pierre DeBois  
7/1/2016   21 comments
A few years ago we discussed Twitter’s influence on elections and voter sentiment. Now we examine how Twitter’s social influence has changed and impacted analytics as a result.
Predictive Analytics: Jobs, Process, and the Customer's Soul
James M. Connolly  
6/29/2016   4 comments
Our All Analytics Radio interview with Graham Clark of NIIT Technologies offered insight not only into the state of predictive analytics, but also on how those advanced analytics are changing business and the nature of computing.
Are There Zika Mosquitoes in Your County?
Robert Allison  
6/28/2016   23 comments
Pulling data on potential Zika-bearing mosquitoes into a SAS map will open your eyes to what might be in your area.
Is the State of Analytics REALLY That Bad?
Lisa Morgan  
6/28/2016   31 comments
A CompTIA survey shows how organizations would like to expand their analytics initiative, but there are some areas where they might want to simply do analytics better in the right spots.
Let's Talk Predictive Analytics
James M. Connolly  
6/27/2016   2 comments
Predictive analytics and the benefits they can bring to an organization are on tap for All Analytics Radio, Tuesday, June 28, at 2 pm.
Validating AI Adoption in the Enterprise
Kishore Jethanandani  
6/27/2016   2 comments
Artificial intelligence technology is at a point where enterprises have to start trusting it more often for decision making, according to an AI expert from PwC.
A2's Five-Year Anniversary: Look What Analytics Have Accomplished
James M. Connolly  
6/27/2016   31 comments
As All Analytics marks its five-year anniversary as an information source for those working with analytics, it's time to recognize the real pioneers in advancing analytics in our lives, you the analytics pro.
Big: Data, Model, Quality and Variety
Leo Sadovy  
6/24/2016   6 comments
A fresh look at big data. It's time to apply "big" not just to the data, but to the model, quality, and variety.
Will Independent Voters Decide the Election?
Robert Allison  
6/23/2016   33 comments
SAS tools help to highlight the voter movement away from the two main political parties in the US and toward independent status.
Where the IoT Brings Disruption
James M. Connolly  
6/23/2016   13 comments
The Internet of Things isn't just about adding a bunch of new connections to existing applications. Look toward the future and how IoT can change the way we do business and how we live.
Should Regulators Standardize Risk Models?
Roger Lang  
6/22/2016   1 comment
Financial risk managers might have to face a choice of using standardized risk models to comply with regulations rather than models designed for their specific institutions.
Your Analytics Initiative is About Process, not Product
James M. Connolly  
6/20/2016   2 comments
It's become ever-more clear that launching an analytics initiative is more about processes -- defining what is right for your organization -- than about technology.
The Big Fat Truth About the US Weight Problem
Robert Allison  
6/20/2016   20 comments
Use of the right colors and a simple restacking help a version of an obesity graph done in SAS come to life.
Data Consumers Left Out in the Cold?
Tricia Aanderud  
6/20/2016   21 comments
While pretty pictures as reports look nice -- and easy to understand -- for an analyst, the consumer of that data might sit there and say, "Huh?"
Time to Get Creative in Finding Analytics Talent
James M. Connolly  
6/17/2016   29 comments
A lesson from NASA via All Analytics Academy presenter Meta S. Brown: Get creative when it comes to staffing your analytics initiative.
Lasagna Plots in SAS: When Spaghetti Plots Don't Suffice
Rick Wicklin  
6/16/2016   5 comments
Techniques for spaghetti plots paired with SAS tools illustrated ways to high volumes of common data over time.
Intelligent Cars: Questions, Questions, Questions
James M. Connolly  
6/16/2016   6 comments
Speakers from SAS and Cisco will explore some of the questions and some of the answers surrounding the move to intelligent and autonomous cars and trucks during a session at the ISC High Performance conference in Frankfurt.
These Aren't the Drones You're Looking For, But Those Are!
Robert Allison  
6/15/2016   23 comments
Federal Aviation Administration data and SAS tools help to illustrate the popularity of drones around the US.
Making Stethoscopes Smarter
Maryam Donnelly  
6/15/2016   15 comments
Now 200 years old the doctor's stethoscope may finally be evolving as app developers make more data and diagnostic capabilities available through tablets and smart phones.
Think Advanced Analytics and Data Science Talent
James M. Connolly  
6/14/2016   1 comment
As our All Analytics Academy program continues this week, we have presentations on tap to help guide your organization into advanced analytics, hire and retain top analytics talent, and build a culture of analytics within your business.
Analytics Could Bolster Anti-corruption Crackdown
Jon Martindale  
6/13/2016   30 comments
A UK initiative aims to fight corruption by making those at the top of the food chain responsible for the criminal activity of those below them.
What You Need to Know About Your Analytics Progress
James M. Connolly  
6/13/2016   1 comment
An analytics assessment tool from SAS provides an interesting exercise in evaluating your organization's progress in its digital transformation, and highlights where the organization needs to be.
I See Spots -- Sunspots!
Robert Allison  
6/9/2016   21 comments
SAS tools shed a bit more light on graphics displaying trends in sunspots.
A2 Academy: Make Sure It's Good Data
James M. Connolly  
6/9/2016   6 comments
The second session in All Analytics Academy, Analytics for All: The Right Start, airs today at 2 pm EDT when data scientist Daniel Gutierrez discusses best practices in finding and managing data, and ensuring that it is the right data.
Yes, You Can Trust the Gut
James M. Connolly  
6/8/2016   20 comments
Analytics professions can continue to fight gut decision-making in the business units, or they can explore ways to uncover and utilize the data that shaped gut decisions over the years.
You're Doing Analytics, But Do You Have an Analytical Mind?
Lisa Morgan  
6/7/2016   15 comments
The fact that someone is working with analytics doesn't necessarily mean they have an analytical mind. Do you have such a mind?
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As we continue to view the limitations of the human brain that we think can only be addressed through artificial intelligence, we should take a minute to consider just how amazing that brain is.
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