This week in blogs: SAS ODS, Hadoop and hangovers

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Let me start this weekly recap of SAS blog posts you might have missed by introducing you to the newest SAS blog: Graphically Speaking. In his intro post over there, Sanjay Mantange, says this about the blog:

Our goal is to engage with you on a discussion about analytical and business graphics for reporting and interactive applications. Our primary focus will be on ODS Graphics and related topics, but we look forward to a lively discussion on all things graphical.

(ODS stands for the Output Delivery System.)

Next, we'll cover a topic that  everyone is talking about lately: Hadoop. On the Dataflux blog, David Loshin answers the question, "What is Hadoop?" Three posts on the Information Architect blog cover Hadoop this week too:

For a general interest post that's been popular on Twitter and among the University crowd, read What skills do you need to become a data miner? by Goran Dragosavac.

Finally, since it's Friday and the weekend beckons, read the SAS Users Blog to find out how to avoid a hangover. A data hangover, that is.

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Alison Bolen

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+Alison Bolen is an editor at SAS, where she writes and edits content about analytics and emerging topics. Since starting at SAS in 1999, Alison has edited print publications, Web sites, e-newsletters, customer success stories and blogs. She has a bachelor’s degree in magazine journalism from Ohio University and a master’s degree in technical writing from North Carolina State University.

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    • Alison Bolen

      It just wasn't one of the "posts you might have missed." What with your Twinterview and everything else, I didn't think anyone missed your posts this week!

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