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Chip Wells 0
SAS introduces the blended classroom

We all have different learning styles. Some learn best by seeing and doing; others by listening to lectures in a traditional classroom; still others simply by diving in and asking questions along the way. Traditional face-to-face classroom instruction, real-time classes over the Internet, or self-paced instruction with exercises, SAS Education

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Anuja Nagpal 0
Flexibility of SAS Enterprise Miner

Do you use an array of tools to perform predictive analytics on your data? Is your current tool not flexible enough to accommodate some of your requirements? SAS Enterprise Miner may be your solution. With growing number of data mining applications, having a tool which can do variety of analysis

Patricia Spain 0
Why take SAS Training in San Francisco?

Why San Francisco? The Golden Gate Bridge. The Aquarium of the Bay. The best Ramen Noodles. Need more? Our Business knowledge Series offers you four more great reasons to visit San Francisco soon. Data Mining Techniques: Theory and Practice Customer Segmentation Using SAS Enterprise Miner SAS Functions by Example Survival

Nele Coghe 3
Calculate your survival chance on the Titanic

On the 10th of April, 1912, the RMS Titanic set out on its maiden voyage across the Atlantic Ocean carrying 2,223 passengers. On the 14th of April, it hit an iceberg and sank. There were 1,517 fatalities. Identifying information was not available for all passengers. The titanic dataset describes the survival status

Michele Reister 1
6 questions with data mining expert, John Elder

John F. Elder IV, Ph.D., is President of Elder Research Inc. (ERI), a data mining consulting team.  He has authored innovative data mining tools, is a frequent keynote speaker and was co-chair of the 2009 Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining conference in Paris. His courses on analysis techniques – taught at dozens

Jerry Oglesby 0
Day Two Recap from Analytics 2011

Well Analytics 2011 is officially a wrap. (OK, that’s not completely true, we still have 3 days of post-conference training left to deliver to around 300 attendees.) Now that we’ve reached the end of the event, I can say the conference was a tremendous success in so many ways. Most

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