Over the past few weeks, the SAS Loves Math series has showcased just a few of the math aficionados at SAS and how they use math in their jobs, from software development to text analytics. But for this installment of SAS Loves Math, I want to spotlight another distinct group

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Dan Zaratsian, senior associate technical consultant in the analytics group, is an expert web-crawler—and wakeboarder—who works one-on-one with customers using math to mine sentiment from textual data. An electrical engineer with a mathematical mind, Dan thinks the text analytics he does is awesome—and so do we. Read on for a

Imre Polik, senior operations research specialist in the operations research group, truly qualifies as a math lover. Having studied math his entire life—and having taught it for two years—Imre offers some valuable words of wisdom and experience. He even has a couple of stories and jokes up his sleeves! Read

Tammy Jackson, a senior research statistician developer in the economics technology group, says her job is like taking a math test all day—but she wouldn’t have it any other way. With a background in matrices, linear algebra and math education, Tammy is proud of her work and has a keen eye for

Math is a system of rules, and so is computer software, says Joseph Pingenot, a software developer in the Enterprise Miner group. Pingenot—whose background in physics includes modeling quantum wells, semiconductor research and next-generation electronics—uses math every day, at work and at home. Read on to find out how! How

I’m very pleased to introduce a new blog series called “SAS Loves Math!” This series will feature interviews with SAS employees who simply love math. Now, I know what you’re probably thinking: of course SAS loves math! We are, after all, an analytical software company. But what often goes unmentioned