Tag: SAS Studio

Analytics | Machine Learning
SAS言語派集まれ!SAS StudioからSASのAIを使ってみよう!

5月23日に開催されたSAS Forum Japan 2017では、通常のセッション枠とは別に、「スーパーデモ」と題して、各種SAS製品やソリューションのデモが紹介されました。通常セッションの休憩時間はもとより、セッション時間中でも多くの方々が「スーパーデモ」エリアに集まり、食い入るようにデモも見られていました。 その中で、私が実施したデモ内容をご紹介します。 SASのAI機能は、SAS言語のみならず、Python, R, Java, Luaなどの汎用プログラミング言語からも活用可能ですが、このデモでは、SAS Studioを使用し、SAS言語でSASのAI機能を活用したモデル作成を行いました。 詳細(スライド版)に関しては、以下をご覧ください。(SlideShareに公開済み) SAS言語派集まれ!SAS StudioからSAS Viyaを使ってみよう! from SAS Institute Japan 詳細(デモ版)に関しては、以下をご覧ください。(YouTubeに公開済み) 今なら無償でSAS Viyaを試用することができます。詳細は以下のブログを参照してください。 SAS Viyaを体感してみよう! ~SAS Viya無償試用版利用ガイド~

Programming Tips
Edoardo Riva 0
SAS Studio 3.6 new features

Recently, SAS shipped the fourth maintenance of SAS 9.4. Building on this foundation, SAS Studio reached a new milestone, its 3.6 release. All editions have been upgraded, including Personal, Basic and Enterprise. In this blog post, I want to highlight the new features that have been introduced. In subsequent posts

Programming Tips | SAS Events
Larry LaRusso 0
Analytics in the Cloud gets a whole lot easier with SAS Analytics for Containers

If you’re doing data processing in the cloud or using container-enabled infrastructures to deploy your software, you’ll want to learn more about SAS Analytics for Containers. This new solution puts SAS into your existing container-enabled environment – think Docker or Kubernetes – giving data scientists and analysts the ability to

Mike Henderson 0
Reproducible research: Is my SAS code enough?

There was this very embarrassing day around year six of my career as a statistician working in clinical trials. I had a small group of interns working on a project that combined data from multiple clinical trials. The goal was to better understand sources of variation in the common control

Robert Collins 0
Let SAS® Studio do your clinical research ‘tasks’

SAS is widely used in clinical research activities including: Managing and transforming data. Generating tabular and graphical summaries. Performing powerful statistical analyses such as safety and efficacy evaluations. In addition, SAS provides a number of interfaces from which a user can select to work with the data. One of these