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Analytics | Artificial Intelligence | Fraud & Security Intelligence | Machine Learning
Héctor Cobo 0
SAS Global Forum: Los datos se transforman en inteligencia

La fortaleza que tiene la analítica ahora es la revolución de las tecnologías como la inteligencia artificial (IA) y el aprendizaje automático. Esta amalgama de innovaciones le da a las empresas, de todas las industrias, la oportunidad de llevar a cabo las percepciones que obtienen de sus datos a una

Analytics | Data for Good | Internet of Things | Machine Learning | SAS Events
Gloria Cabero 0
SAS Global Forum, inspiración para hacer lo extraordinario

+Las empresas de todo el mundo están cambiando radicalmente su manera de operar y de relacionarse con clientes y socios. Se encuentran en plena transformación digital y capitalizan tendencias clave para evolucionar, como la nube, el Internet de las Cosas, la inteligencia artificial y la analítica, entre otras. De igual

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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

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Sanjay Matange 0
Survival plot with a twist using SGPLOT procedure

Survival plots are automatically created by the LIFETEST procedure.  These graphs are most often customized to fit the needs of SAS users.  One way to create the customized survival plot is to save the generated data from the LIFETEST procedure, and then use the SGPLOT procedure to create your custom

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Risk Management
Hartmut Kömme 0
Was bringt die Zukunft? Auswertung von Risiko-Szenario-Pfaden

Die Abbildung einer möglichen zukünftigen Situation ist eine Kernaufgabe des Risiko-Managements. Dazu werden unterschiedlich komplexe Modelle mit möglichen Szenarien durchgerechnet. Hierbei erhält man pro Szenario und Vorhersage-Zeitpunkt ein Ergebnis. Bei mehrperiodischen Vorhersagen (z. B. bei Kredit-Portfolien oder Lebensversicherungen) gibt es pro Szenario einen Ergebnis-Pfad. Im Folgenden zeige ich, wie man mit

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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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Oliver Börner 0
Richtige Kfz-Versicherung oder nicht …? Das zeigt sich erst, wenn was passiert

Autounfall und positives Kundenerlebnis? Wie passt das denn zusammen? Vor einigen Monaten ist es dann doch passiert: einmal unaufmerksam gewesen und Auffahrunfall in der Stadt verursacht. So ein Mist! Nicht wirklich schlimm – nur ein bisschen Blechschaden, aber super ärgerlich … Nachdem das Auto abgeschleppt und der erste Ärger verflogen

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Sanjay Matange 0
Spark table

In the previous post, I discussed creating a 2D grid of spark lines by Year and Claim Type.  This graph was presented in the SESUG conference held last week on SAS campus in the paper ""Methods for creating Sparklines using SAS" by Rick Andrews.  This grid of sparklines was actually the

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Sanjay Matange 0
Spark grid

The 25th annual SESUG conference was held at in the SAS campus this week.  I had the opportunity to meet and chat with many users and attend many excellent presentations.  I will write about those that stood out (graphically) in my view. One excellent presentation was on "Methods for creating

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Sanjay Matange 0
Legend order redux

Once in a while you run into a pesky situation that is hard to overcome without resorting to major surgery.  Such a situation occurs when you have a stacked bar chart with a discrete legend positioned vertically on the side of the graph.  A simple example is shown below. title

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Sanjay Matange 0
Legend items

Plot statements included in the graph definition can contribute to the legend(s).  This can happen automatically, or can be customized using the KEYLEGEND statement.  For plot statements that are classified by a group variable, all of the unique group values are displayed in the legend, along with their graphical representation

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Sanjay Matange 0
Tips and tricks: Segmented discrete axis

The previous post on Multiple Blank Categories showed how to include multiple blank categories on the axis.  But, given the purpose for this was to separate different segments in the data, I also included ideas on how to segmented a discrete axis using reference lines or Block Plot.  A similar idea

Advanced Analytics | Artificial Intelligence | Machine Learning
Andreas Becks 0
Artificial intelligence in insurance: Where does Europe stand?

Where does the European insurance industry stand in terms of advanced analytics, artificial intelligence and automation? Do we see that traditional methods of data analysis are now being labeled by the term "machine learning"? Maybe the industry is more advanced than that: Are real chatbots, for example, already ubiquitous? Let's

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