Tag: open source

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Carl Farrell 0
Always Open

Open. The very word evokes a sense of happiness and possibility. When you’re hungry at an odd hour and everything around you seems to be closed, that lone neon sign glowing in a restaurant window is a most welcome relief. When a shop or service you’ve longed for finally builds

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Thomas Keil 0
Was kann SAS, was Open Source nicht kann?

Open Source und SAS – das sind auf den ersten Blick zwei ganz verschiedene Welten. Dabei verfolgt SAS eine ganze Reihe von Initiativen rund um Open Source – insbesondere im Umfeld des Big-Data-Frameworks Hadoop. Ich habe Andreas Gödde zum Nebeneinander und Miteinander der Technologien befragt. Andreas Gödde berät viele Kunden

Marcel Lemahieu 0
Using SAS and open source: a hybrid approach

The automotive industry will face a huge challenge for several years. With the Paris Agreement made during the United Nations conference on climate change last year, world leaders agreed to hold the increase in average temperature to well below 2°C by placing restrictions on carbon emissions. How can automakers design

Toby Text 0
20 Jahre KSFE

Neben dem 40 jährigen Gründungsjubiläum der Software Firma SAS gibt es 2016 auch das 20 jährige KSFE - Jubiläum der Kooperation der SAS Anwender in Forschung und Entwicklung zu feiern, und zwar in der ältesten Universität Schwedens.

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Patrick Hall 0
SAS on GitHub

Right now I’m crossing the Pacific toward Australia and New Zealand for the 21st ACM SIGKDD Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (a.k.a. KDD), a Data Science Melbourne MeetUp, and the SAS Users of New Zealand conference. New Zealand is the birthplace of open source R. So this trip

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Anne Milley 0
This post is rated R

This morning, as I was writing this blog post at the kitchen table, my 5-year old daughter ran into the room from watching “Sesame Street.” She excitedly announced, “Mommy, the letter of the day is R!” Too true. The recent NY Times story on the R programming language, which included