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Data, Information, Knowledge Discovery, and Knowledge Representation
Fabian Pascal  
8/26/2016   Post a comment
Databases in general and relational databases in particular are intended to be most useful for knowledge representation in the context of validation -- when a theory has been formulated -- and the logical model representing it in the database can be used to validate it and further analyzed to derive additional implications of a theory.
Do You Make Music With Data?
James M. Connolly  
8/25/2016   Post a comment
There are surprising similarities between a successful data strategy and the painful process of getting music published and on the air.
If We Didn't Start the Fire, Then Who Did?
Robert Allison  
8/24/2016   8 comments
Robert puts a new spin on Billy Joel's 1980s hit We Didn't Start the Fire.
If You Lived Here, You’d Be Home Now
Ariella Brown  
8/24/2016   7 comments
A data-driven real estate application helps people find homes that are within a short commute to jobs that they might like.
Handwriting Recognition Meets Machine Learning
James M. Connolly  
8/23/2016   9 comments
All Analytics Radio explores the realms of handwriting recognition and machine learning. The two are progressing on sort of a parallel course.
4 Ways Analytics are used in Connected Healthcare and What’s to Come
Emily Johnson  
8/23/2016   14 comments
While still a burgeoning practice, connected health is using analytics in interesting ways to help medical professionals inform patients' healthcare decisions.
Proof, There's Real Value in That Data
James M. Connolly  
8/22/2016   8 comments
All that conference talk about finding value in big data is being reflected in realworld results in corporate environments.
The Benefits of Artificial Intelligence
Polly Mitchell-Guthrie  
8/19/2016   10 comments
Learn how artificial intelligence is contributing to the good of society and making our lives better. Presentations at Analytics Experience.
Execs Get Creative in Grooming Data Science Talent
James M. Connolly  
8/19/2016   22 comments
Forget the unicorn, there are ways to groom data scientists without searching everywhere for the rare candidate who offers deep technical experience, an analytical mindset, and rich business experience. Listen to what these analytics executives have to say.
SAS Analytics Experience: No Barriers
James M. Connolly  
8/18/2016   2 comments
The upcoming SAS Analytics Experience in Las Vegas reflects some key changes in how analytics are positioned in an organization and data's role in many different job types.
Common Biases That Skew Analytics
Lisa Morgan  
8/17/2016   20 comments
Part of any analysis has to be a sanity check to understand where the data may reflect any number of different types of bias.
What's Your Stress Score?
Robert Allison  
8/17/2016   23 comments
A graphic updated with SAS tools can help you understand the impact of stress factors in your life.
Meet the Somewhat Connected Home
James M. Connolly  
8/16/2016   19 comments
Predictions of a boom in connected homes aren't just optimistic, they are based on some pretty low standards.
Twitter Chat: How to Ensure Data Privacy
James M. Connolly  
8/15/2016   11 comments
All Analytics is hosting a Twitter chat tomorrow (Tuesday) at noon EDT as we discuss how to address data privacy challenges in an effort to protect our personal privacy and that of our customers, employees, and business partners.
Your Voice is Your New Password
Maryam Donnelly  
8/15/2016   16 comments
Banking company Citi has implemented voice recognition technology designed to better authenticate customers on support phone calls.
Big Data: Let's Stay Focused
James M. Connolly  
8/12/2016   10 comments
It seems that the tech and business sectors are drifting back toward an emphasis on the "big" in big data when they should be thinking "analytics."
Solar and Wind Power in the United States
Robert Allison  
8/11/2016   15 comments
SAS tools provide a fresh look at a map detailing where solar and wind power is generated across the US.
Big Data: An Art Form in Itself?
Charlotte Erdmann  
8/11/2016   7 comments
When we hear the words ‘big data’, we tend to think of vast databases, complex algorithms and endless links between mountains of information. Interestingly, however, big data is also suitable for art, and vice versa.
How to Make Everything Look Simply Rosy
James M. Connolly  
8/10/2016   17 comments
Check out this month's Cartertoons A2 cartoon, with one suggestion for how to make data look great.
Open Source Opens the Advancement of Analytics
Pierre DeBois  
8/9/2016   2 comments
O’Reilly Media’s OSCON featured how open source is influencing business operations at every level. Analytics practitioners looking to manage advance tactics should pay attention to the lessons learned.
A2 Radio: The Changing Landscape of Data Science
James M. Connolly  
8/8/2016   1 comment
All Analytics Radio looks at what universities are doing to help stem the projected shortage of data scientists, and to help prepare young people for careers in the analytics field.
SAS 360 Engage: Delivering Blue-Box Predictive Personalization
Suneel Grover  
8/8/2016   1 comment
The promises of cloud-based marketing analytics suppliers raise the question of whether a data scientist is necessary for personalization and, if so, what their role should be.
Privacy Vs Security In A Big Data World
Tamara Dull  
8/5/2016   1 comment
The issues surrounding data privacy and security, as illustrated by the Snowden incident, highlight why there is still work to be done in defining the boundaries of privacy.
Cyberthreats Are Real, Costly, and Deceptive
James M. Connolly  
8/4/2016   13 comments
A new All Analytics infographic and a SAS E-book highlight the scale of cyberthreats, and just why you might need security analytics to cut short any hacker's visit to your systems.
Take Analytics Education Beyond the Tools
James M. Connolly  
8/2/2016   2 comments
Analytics training can't be just about how to use tools, but why business leaders need to utilize analytics in their daily work.
How to Dress (Your Graph) for Success!
Robert Allison  
8/2/2016   34 comments
The way your graph looks can make all the difference. Two people can graph the exact same data in essentially the same way, but one of the two graphs can be perceived as much better than the other.
Why the Elephants in the Room Quash Analytics
Lisa Morgan  
8/2/2016   19 comments
A PwC survey highlights the confusion and resistance that surround analytics initiatives in the executive offices.
Data Prep and Data Quality
Daniel D. Gutierrez  
8/1/2016   2 comments
Yes, there are ways to minimize the amount of time that data scientists spend on data preparation.
Analytics Roundtable Video: Data Gains Support
James M. Connolly  
8/1/2016   Post a comment
In the All Analytics CIO Roundtable participants described how business leaders in their organizations are steadily gaining an appreciation for the benefits from analytics. However, the support for analytics projects isn't uniform across industries.
Data Science, Coding, the Automation Paradox, and the Silicon Valley State
Fabian Pascal  
7/29/2016   21 comments
One of the failings of education stems from the lack of separation of academia from the private sector, with a revolving door between the two and university resources resulting in curricula that are entrepreneurial and vocational.
Do You Trust Statistics?
Robert Allison  
7/28/2016   23 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   15 comments
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   9 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   47 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   11 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   33 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   28 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   6 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   51 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   11 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   59 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.
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Databases in general and relational databases in particular are intended to be most useful for knowledge representation in the context of validation -- when a theory has been formulated -- and the logical model representing it in the database can be used to validate it and further analyzed to derive additional implications of a theory.
There are surprising similarities between a successful data strategy and the painful process of getting music published and on the air.
Robert puts a new spin on Billy Joel's 1980s hit We Didn't Start the Fire.
A data-driven real estate application helps people find homes that are within a short commute to jobs that they might like.
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