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Re: One of Austin's 800-lb gorillas
  • 4/26/2013 8:10:57 AM
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Lyndon,

I'm sorry I neglected to add a link to the dashboard in my post. https://data.utsystem.edu/SASPortal/mainUnchallenged.do?unchallenged=yes

I've played around with it a little bit and I have to tell you that it's quite intuitive. The other great thing about SAS Visual Analytics is that the reporting is portable. You'll see in the UT Systems dashboard that you can access it from the iPad.

Good luck wrestling that Gorilla! :-)

~Waynette

One of Austin's 800-lb gorillas
  • 4/25/2013 10:48:22 PM
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The University of Texas at Austin indeed has a huge impact and influence in the Austin urban area — having about 50,000 students and 25,000 employees concentrated in the heart of the city's Core Area. In terms of influence, it's one of the city's 800-lb gorillas (the other is the State of Texas capitol and complex of state offices).

A number of us are currently engaged in a kind of wrestling match over some public transit plans with UT's administration (the Student Government and Daily Texan newspaper recently endorsed our side of the issue).

Waynette writes


Information is fully accessible to the public.

"Anyone can access the productivity dashboard and our visual analytics reports," Huie says


 

Especially with data visualiztion by SAS, I hope I can find this; maybe some of the info will be helpful in our wrestling match...

 



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