Tag: SAS Visual Analytics
Visualization of data density estimation, which is often used in statistical analysis and machine learning, will show the data’s characteristics like distribution, skewness and modality, etc. Commonly-used data density visualizations include boxplot, histogram, kernel density estimates, and some other plots. This blog post visualizes the kernel density estimates superimposing on histogram using SAS Visual Analytics.
In SAS Viya 3.4, promotion support has been added for many additional SAS 9.4 resources, making it easier to make the leap to Viya. In this blog, SAS' Gerry Nelson reviews this new functionality.
Introduced with Visual Analytics 8.2 is a new object named: Key Value. The intent of this object is call attention to an aggregated value for a measure, a category, or both. In this post you'll learn more about working with the Key Value Object in SAS Visual Analytics.
In SAS Visual Analytics 8.2 on Viya 3.3, there are a number of new data features available. I’ll cover a few of these new features including the new data plan and data item features in SAS Visual Analytics in this blog.
Often, in addition to content, an administrator will want to save configuration so that it can be reloaded or updated and applied to a different system. You have the ability to save and reload SAS Viya configuration using command-line interfaces. Learn more in this post.
SAS Visual Analytics takes advantage of the performance and scalability of the SAS Viya platform, providing a BI framework that can work with massive amounts of data, bringing forward the powerful analytics that has made SAS the market leader in this space. Learn more about SAS Visual Analytics on the new SAS platform.
You will not find an object in SAS Visual Analytics named Dynamic Text. Instead, you will find a Text object that allows you to insert dynamically driven data items. By using the Text object’s dynamic capabilities you can build custom report titles, object titles, emphasize measures and even supply the last modified time of the data source in your SAS Visual Analytics Report. In this post, I will outline the ways how you can leverage Dynamic Text in a SAS Visual Analytics Report.
The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) taking effect on 25 May 2018 pertains not only to organizations located within the EU; it applies to all companies processing and holding the personal data of data subjects residing in the European Union, regardless of the company’s location. Here are four selected SAS tools for GDPR that allow you to protect personal data in SAS reports by suppressing counts in small demographic group reports.