Word embeddings are the learned representations of words within a set of documents. Each word or term is represented as a real-valued vector within a vector space. Terms or words that reside closer to each other within that vector space are expected to share similar meanings. Thus, embeddings try to capture the meaning of each word or term through its relationships with the other words in the corpus.
SAS' Xilong Chen introduces the new DEEPCAUSAL procedure in SAS Econometrics for causal inference and policy evaluation and much more.
Technological advancements in connectivity and global positioning systems (GPS) have led to increased data tracking and related business use cases to analyze such movements. Whether analyzing a vehicle, an animal or a population's movements - each use case requires analyzing underlying spatial information. Global challenges such as virus outbreaks, deforestation
This post, written by Radhikha Myeni and Jagruti Kanjia, will demonstrate how easy it is to build and deploy a machine learning pipeline by using SAS and Python. The Model Studio platform provides a quick and collaborative way to build complex pipelines by dragging and dropping nodes from a web-based
SAS' Ghohui Wu shows you how to construct spatial weights matrices based on contiguity and distance measures, then shows how PROC CSPATIALREG automates spatial regression model selection.
SAS' Fijoy Vadakkumpadan, a computer vision expert, sheds light on how loadImages works in SAS Viya.
This is the second post in a series covering parallel processing in SAS Viya. The first post served as an introduction to parallel processing. It covered parallel processing uses in data science and the SAS Viya products that facilitate it. There are countless opportunities for using parallel processing within data
The computer vision team was recently presented with the following challenge concerning image matching performance. An insurance company has the capability to submit claims and supporting materials digitally via an online interface. They need, however, to be able to detect when images already used in previous claims have been resubmitted