Is it just me, or does it feel a little bit like Christmas Eve? I think it's because SAS Global Forum 2016 is right around the corner, and for many SAS users, it's the most wonderful time of the year. If you're heading to Las Vegas, get ready for three days of learning from SAS peers,
Justin Choy from SAS presents an overview of best practices for providing data to clients and users while also maintaining analytic integrity of models and processes.
Imagine using software to build the perfect sports team. That’s exactly what an Indian cricket league did using SAS® Enterprise MinerTM! Pankush Kalgotra tells us how he used predictive modeling to select the best players for the Indian Premier Cricket League on the SAS Global Forum livestream: sasglobalforum on livestream.com.
American country songs are known for topics such as mama, trucks, trains, heartbreaks and drinking. How many of these topics are included in the top country songs over the past 25 years? Deovrat Kakde of Kavi Associates used SAS Text Miner to find out! He shares some of his more
Tricia Aanderud from And Data and Angela Hall from SAS share the advantages of SAS® Stored Processes with the SAS Global Forum! In this discussion, you will learn tips and tricks for using stored processes within SAS BI clients. Watch their presentation, "Stop Your "Wine"ing: Use a Stored Process", now
What is data mining and how do you find those golden chunks of information that transform your business? David Dickey from NC State University gives examples of how tools such as SAS® Enterprise Miner™ can help in his presentation "Finding the Gold in Your Data: An Overview of Data Mining"
Fify students are presenting papers at SAS Global Forum 2013. Many of these students are SAS Global Forum Scholar winners and from the SAS Student Ambassador Program. Students Aude L. Pujula, David Isaias Maradiaga Pineda, Elizabeth Leslie and Mantosh Kumar Sarkar talk about how they use SAS and why it
Big data, social, Bayesian techniques, and new methods being developed every day, according to Jennifer Waller of Georgia Regents University. Watch this Inside SAS Global Forum interview for details. Be sure to check out the ending.
Anna Brown talks to Tyler Smith of National University about the International Year of Statistics and why it's important for businesses to use statistics when making decisions. He also talks about the role of statistics in the health industry. Watch it now on the SAS Global Forum livestream: sasglobalforum on
Jim Goodnight kicks off SAS Global Forum with a look back the first SAS visit to San Francisco in 1982 - when everything was big including hair, cell phones and computers! Now, small computers deliver big data and we can access that data on even smaller devices such cell phones
There's nothing like SAS Global Forum and no place like San Francisco! Everyone around me is packing up cameras and notebooks, including SAS' roving reporter Anna Brown. For those who can't make it this year, Anna's Inside SAS Global Forum video series is the next best thing to being there.