Amidst the growing popularity of modern machine learning and deep learning techniques, one of the biggest challenges is the ability to obtain large amounts of training data suitable for your use case. This post discusses how the analytical approach for Named Entity Recognition (NER) can help.
In the second of three posts on using automated analysis with SAS Visual Analytics, we used the automated analysis object to get a better understanding of our variable of interest, X-Sell and Up-sell Flag, and how it is influenced by other variables in our dataset. In this third and final
AI seems to be mentioned everywhere these days. But how can AI be used in day-to-day work? Here, Katherine Taylor explains an example of "practical AI" in banking using SAS Visual Data Mining and Machine Learning. She'll explore more business problems and industries in future posts.
My New Year's resolution: “Unclutter your life” and I hope this post will help you do the same. Here I share with you a data preparation approach and SAS coding technique that will significantly simplify, unclutter and streamline your SAS programming life by using data templates. Dictionary.com defines template as
In the first of three posts on using automated analysis with SAS Visual Analytics, we explored a typical visualization designed to give telco customer care workers guidance on customers most receptive to upgrade their plans. While the analysis provided some insight, it lacked analytical depth -- and that increases the risk of wasting time, energy and
You're the operations director for a major telco's contact center. Your customer-care workers enjoy solving problems. Turning irate callers into fans makes their day. They also hate flying blind. They've been begging you for deeper insight into customer data to better serve their callers. They want to know which customers
This post rounds out the year and my series of articles on SAS REST APIs. The first two articles in the series: Using SAS Viya REST APIs to access images from SAS Visual Analytics and Using SAS Cloud Analytics Service REST APIs to run CAS Actions, examined how to use
Find out about this new set of tools designed to be used in conjunction with the sas-admin command line interfaces.
Every so often, SAS Technical Support highlights questions that come in on a regular basis. This is one of those times. Here Kim Wilson describes answers to questions covering SAS dates, arrays, and how to reference local PC files from SAS® Enterprise Guide® and SAS® Studio when those applications connect to a SAS® server in UNIX operating environments.
While support.sas.com remains the holy grail of SAS support resources, there are so many good choices, it can sometimes be hard to know where to start. That’s why we’ve put together a new guide to make things easier for new SAS users: the SAS Starter Kit.