The SAS Batting Lab was recently featured on NBC’s Today Show. If you missed it, you can watch the segment in the video above. For more about The Batting Lab, get a firsthand look at the experience of the batting cage and learn more about the data literacy value of
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The SAS Batting Lab is a six-week program designed to help improve kids’ understanding of data while also helping them improve their baseball and softball swings. Using analytics in an interactive, AI-powered batting cage, kids can compare their swings to batting stars. During the program, the participants also became more
Building a data and analytics culture in higher education means equipping key stakeholders with the skills necessary to analyze and leverage insights extracted from data. Doing so can drive faster, more accurate decision-making. When I hear “data and analytics culture,” I immediately think of the work Jason Simon and his team
In the face of rapid digitalization and modernization, data scientists in Cameroon joined the SAS Hackathon seeking a way to preserve indigenous African languages.
Six scholars from North Carolina A&T State University in technology– or STEM-focused majors helped foster the next generation of data-literate students while also donating to those in need. SAS recently facilitated a donation drive with students from the Wake County Young Men's Leadership Academy (WYMLA) in Raleigh, North Carolina and scholars from
Higher education institutions are some of the most data-rich entities in the world. Postsecondary leaders need high-quality, consistent and accurate insights to make the best decisions for their institution, students and constituents. Data governance is a topic that may seem technical in nature and perhaps important to only the IT
Corpus analysis is a technique widely used by data scientists because it provides an understanding of a document collection and provides insights into the text.
Our traditional assumptions about data are evolving, and so is our understanding of data literacy. Data is more than numbers, charts and graphs. And data literacy is not just for data scientists. “If you’re talking with people who aren’t already data fluent, you have to make them aware that data is