SAS Model Manager and the sasctl packages aim to create a seamless ModelOps and MLOps process for Python and R models. Python and R models are not second-class citizens within SAS Model Manager. SAS, Python, and R models can be easily managed using our no-code/low-code interface. This is an interface that can be extended to support a variety of use cases.
A close look at the first of five DevOps ideals in Gene Kim's book, “The Unicorn Project."
SAS' Phuong Ngo demonstrates an automated shift-left CI/CD security workflow.
Empirical Mode Decomposition (EMD) is a powerful time-frequency analysis technique that allows for the decomposition of a non-stationary and non-linear signal into a series of intrinsic mode functions (IMFs). The method was first introduced by Huang et al. in 1998 and has since been widely used in various fields, such as signal processing, image analysis, and biomedical engineering.
In her first blog post, SAS' Mu He shows you how to train a convolutional neural network that can accurately detect patients with COVID-19 using the transfer learning technique.
SAS' Scott Pope introduces you to an action set in SAS Viya called dlModelZoo that supports importing PyTorch models.
SAS' Brandon Reese the EURO Meets NeurIPS 2022 Vehicle Routing Competition, which combined efforts of operations research and machine learning experts.
SAS' Ali Dixon and Mary Osborne reveal why a BERT-based classifier is now part of our natural language processing capabilities of SAS Viya.