Analytics | Data Management | Fraud & Security Intelligence
David Kennedy 0
Criminal justice data system speeds prosecutions, helps put offenders away

Much has been written about the value that North Carolina’s Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Automated Data Services (CJLEADS) system has brought the state’s court personnel and law enforcement officers. CJLEADS integrates dozens of NC criminal justice and law enforcement data sets, a vast improvement over the state’s legacy processes. Law

Data Visualization | Learn SAS | Programming Tips
Sanjay Matange 0
Series plot with varying attributes

This article is motivated by a recent question on the SAS Communities board.  This user wants to create a series or spline plot where the attributes of the line (color, thickness) can be changed based on another variable. In this case it may be a binary variable with "0" and

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Sanjay Matange 0
HBar with Data Labels

A common request on the communities page is to place data labels on horizontal bar charts.  Often users want to display stacked horizontal bar charts, with the values displayed for each segment and the overall value of the bar itself as shown in the example below. In this example, the

Analytics | Artificial Intelligence | Machine Learning
Mary Beth Ainsworth 0
13 Ways to Use AI in Military Intelligence

Groups and organizations lauding artificially intelligent solutions are popping up everywhere with promises to create the next battlefield advantage using next generation weapons, gear, or satellites.  The term artificial intelligence (AI) splashes the headlines with promises that we're moments away from revolutionizing the battlefield. As a former intelligence analyst, I

Analytics | Customer Intelligence
Sandra Hernandez 0
Inteligencia Artificial, cada vez más cerca del entendimiento de las emociones

La inteligencia artificial (IA) es un avance tecnológico que sigue creciendo y que se perfila como una metodología para agilizar todo tipo de procesos, ayudando a la recopilación y el reconocimiento de datos y a la predicción de comportamientos hasta convertirse en una solución a necesidades inmediatas. Por eso se

SAS Events | Students & Educators
Paula Henderson 0
Former US Chief Technology Officer encourages STEM diversity

Former U.S. Chief Technology officer Megan Smith stressed the importance of continued investments in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in her keynote address at SAS Analytics Experience, sharing a quote from George Washington. In his first address to Congress, in 1790, Washington said, “There is nothing which can better

Analytics | Customer Intelligence | Internet of Things
Lonnie Miller 0
How to monetize connected vehicles with analytics and mobility services

For the last two years, I’ve spent time listening to and brainstorming with automakers, their suppliers and other technology companies about how to monetize connected vehicle data. This involves: Data that’s offloaded from a roving vehicle fleet (cars, trains, semi-trucks, farm tractors, you name it!). Data coming from driving-related mobile apps used

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Data Management | Fraud & Security Intelligence
Sandra Hernandez 0
Fintech, de rivales a aliadas de los bancos tradicionales

  Hace un poco más de un lustro, cuando las Fintech –startups tecnológicas que operan en el sector financiero- comenzaron a sonar fuerte en el mercado, se creyó que eran una amenaza para el tradicional sector financiero, su modelo de negocio y las compañías que allí operaban; hoy, lejos de ser calificadas como el enemigo, se han convertido en el

Advanced Analytics | Artificial Intelligence | Machine Learning
Jos van Dongen 0
Dutch Data Science, part 4: Rijkswaterstaat RWS

The fourth edition of the series brings me to Rijkswaterstaat, the Dutch government agency responsible for the main connecting infrastructure in the Netherlands (roads, bridges, waterways and water systems). I talked with Bas van Essen who’s responsible for RWS Datalab, the big data lab within Rijkswaterstaat (RWS). Company Overview RWS

Analytics | Data Management
Jeremy Racine 0
Behavioral health remains a blind spot in health IT

Behavioral health information technology (HIT) adoption efforts have struggled and are still plagued by a number of challenges. Since 2011, the federal government has incentivized the industry to the tune of $37 billion. However, according to US Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) “psychologists, community mental health centers, psychiatric hospitals, and others

Sandra Hernandez 0
Del Blockchain, el Bitcoin y las Petromonedas a la Analítica de SAS

No cabe duda que la tecnología Blockchain está llamada a ser una de las grandes revoluciones en el mundo en los próximos años. Se ha llegado a afirmar que hará por las transacciones lo que internet ha hecho por la información y las comunicaciones; va a cambiar definitivamente la forma

Analytics | Data for Good | Machine Learning | SAS Events
Steve Bennett 0
How federal civilian agencies can improve outcomes with analytics

From national parks and healthcare to taxes and nutrition, federal civilian agencies feature an incredibly large and diverse set of missions. These agencies oversee almost every aspect of American life with an endless sea of projects, programs and general oversight. But, as Deloitte Consulting’s Mark Urbanczyk said during a recent

Analytics | Data Management | Fraud & Security Intelligence
David Kennedy 0
How law enforcement can use analytics to combat the opioid epidemic

A steady drumbeat of news coverage makes one thing clear: Opioid abuse is rising and has reached epidemic levels throughout our country. Overdoses from the diversion and abuse of prescription opioids are one cause of the surge in deaths. Overdoses from heroin and other illicit synthetic opioids (such as heroin,

Data Visualization | Learn SAS | Programming Tips
Sanjay Matange 0
Little things go a long way

In my previous post, I described a new options to control the widths of the caps for Whiskers, Error and Limit bars.  This topic could have been titled "Little things go a long way", as such details really make for a good graph. In a similar manner, another detail issue

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