Analytics | Data for Good
Shannon Heath 0
SAS and WildTrack protect endangered species, one footprint at a time

Around the world, animals continue to be added to the endangered species list. Thankfully, there are organizations like WildTrack, a nonprofit organization using non-invasive techniques to monitor endangered species. With the help of SAS® technology, WildTrack can use its collection of data to preserve endangered species and improve conservation efforts.

Hans Bonde 0
Forecasting tender demand

When I talk to companies on how to improve their forecasting process they often share their difficulties with handling demand from potential large orders, where they are in a tender situation. Further, demand originating from tenders is increasing. Tender demand have characteristics which makes it difficult to handle in traditional

Data Visualization
Sanjay Matange 0
Category highlighting

When presenting information in form of a graph we show the data and let the reader draw the inferences.  However, often one may want to draw the attention of the reader towards some aspect of the graph or data.  For one such case, a user asked how to highlight one

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Machine Learning
Charlie Chase 0
Straight talk about forecasting and machine learning

Are you caught up in the machine learning forecasting frenzy? Is it reality or more hype?  There's been a lot of hype about using machine learning for forecasting. And rightfully so, given the advancements in data collection, storage, and processing along with technology improvements, such as super computers and more powerful

Advanced Analytics
Jared Erickson 0
Creating Synthetic Data with SAS/OR

A common barrier to quantitative research, especially in health and financial areas, is the inability to share sensitive data due to confidentiality and privacy. It can be difficult and time consuming to get permission to share the data, which means useful research is delayed or not even attempted. However, collaborators seeking

Colin Gray 0
Deep learning: What’s changed?

Deep learning made the headlines when the UK’s AlphaGo team beat Lee Sedol, holder of 18 international titles, in the Go board game. Go is more complex than other games, such as Chess, where machines have previously crushed famous players. The number of potential moves explodes exponentially so it wasn’t

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