Take a SAS security journey at SAS Global Forum 2017

Editor's note: Charyn Faenza co-authored this blog. Learn more about Charyn. As the fun of the festive season ends, the buzz of the new year and the enchantment of SAS Global Forum 2017 begins. SAS Global Forum is a conference designed by SAS users, for SAS users, bringing together SAS professionals […]

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Transform your technical talks with an audience centered approach

Editor's note: This following post is from Melissa Marshall, Principal at Melissa Marshall Consulting LLC. Melissa is a featured speaker at SAS Global Forum 2017, and on a mission to transform how scientists and technical professionals present their work.   Learn more about Melissa. Think back to the last technical talk you were an […]

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Making data personal: Big data made small

Editor's note: Amanda Farnsworth is Head of Visual Journalism at BBC News and a featured speaker at SAS Global Forum 2017, April 2-5, 2017 in Orlando. My days are spent trying to put the best content we can in front of our loyal, heartland audience, while reaching out to others, […]

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SAS Global Forum 2017 is closer to home, or should I say…

est plus près de la maison, está más cerca de casa, está mais perto de casa, dichter bij huis, is closer to home, eh! In analytics and statistics, we often talk about sample sizes. The size of the data sets that you analyze are a measure of the amount of […]

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Multicollinearity and MWSUG – a beautiful match

I started out as a Psychology major. During my third year as an undergraduate, I was hired on as a research assistant for my advisor in her cognitive psychology lab. Through this and progressively more complicated psychological research experience, I quickly grew to love statistics. By the end of that […]

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15 top Global Forum 2016 papers for SAS administrators

I look forward to SAS Global Forum each year and this past conference ranked up that as one of the best I've ever attended. This year there were so many wonderful presentations, Super Demos and workshops on the topic of administration of SAS and the underlying hardware infrastructure needed for SAS […]

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Hot skills for SAS professionals

Good news SAS users; you are a hot commodity. That’s the primary message Kirk Paul Lafler from Software Intelligence Corporation and Charlie Shipp of Consider Consulting Corporation delivered to a room full of users at MWSUG 2015. Citing figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and a recent CNN Money […]

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Make these SCSUG 2015 happenings part of your Halloween Eve plans

Editor’s Note: Regular registration for SCSUG 2015 closes on October 19th, though on-site registration will be available on conference days. Can’t make this year’s conference? Proceedings from previous conferences are currently available. Presentations from 2015 will become available shortly after the conference.   For most people, the day before Halloween means […]

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Don’t “flyover” these MWSUG 2015 events!

The Midwest SAS Users Group (MWSUG) 2015 conference is almost here and there’s a lot to get excited about. The event takes place October 18-20 in Omaha, NE. If you haven’t already registered, regular registration has been extended through October 13th. The full conference agenda is now available. We hope […]

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Competition gives students a chance to shine at SAS Global Forum 2016

For students interested in a career in analytics, there’s no better preparation than solving real-world problems using “big data” sets. At SAS Global Forum 2016, students will have an opportunity to showcase their analytical skills by competing in the SAS Student Symposium. The symposium, a new initiative of the SAS Global Users Group […]

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