Tag: forecasting

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

Jerry Oglesby 0
Day One at SAS Analytics 2011

Day one of SAS' Analytics 2011 conference is in the books and wow, what a great opening day. As I mentioned in my post from yesterday, Anaytics 2011 is SAS' analytics conference and covers all areas of analytics, including forecasting, data mining, visualization, text mining, and optimization. When I took the stage this morning (with

Jerry Oglesby 0
Greetings from Analytics 2011

Hello everyone. My name is Jerry Oglesby and I’m the Sr. Director of SAS’ Global Academic and Certification Program and the co-chair of SAS’ 14th annual analytics conference, Analytics 2011. For those of you joining us in Orlando starting today (Monday), we’ve put together an impressive program for you and

Miss SAS Answers 1
Moving standard deviation

Dear Miss SAS Answers, I am having a tough time developing SAS code to determine volatility ( i.e.: the moving standard deviation using GARCH approach). I need a conditional volatility measure of exchange rate from past 40 years. I have data from the past 50 years, and I would like to determine volatility using

Shelly Goodin 1
The Business Forecasting Deal

Contributed by Mike Gilliland, Product Marketing Manager Having a job in business forecasting is sort of like being in county lockup – only without the benefit of cuddly bunkmates and weekly delousing. Most of those in the job want out, and those who remain in the field possess psychological maladies