Analytics

Find out how analytics, from data mining to cognitive computing, is changing the way we do business

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Erin Robbins 0
Pay nothing, gain everything: SAS introduces no-cost software for higher education

Last month, SAS launched our new no-cost software for higher education teaching, learning and research – SAS® University Edition. Available to students, professors, academic researchers and lifelong learners, SAS University Edition provides local access to BASE SAS®, SAS/STAT® software, SAS® Studio, SAS/IML® software and SAS/ACCESS® Interface to PC Files. SAS University Edition

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Maggie Miller 0
Analytics 2014: Top trends in big data

The Analytics 2014 conference in Frankfurt, Germany gets started tomorrow, but today many of the speakers and attendees are arriving at the Frankfurt Marriott. I caught up with Beth Schultz, editor-in-chief of AllAnalytics.com to hear about her keynote presentation and to find out the benefits of being part of the

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Leo Sadovy 0
Analytics – Easy as One, Two, Tree

Insights from decision trees and other basic analytic techniques show that you don’t always need complex analytics to solve business problems and add value.  This was the message from Dr. James (Jim) Foster, Director of Research and Process Development, Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), at last month’s inaugural IE Group ‘Manufacturing Analytics

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Maggie Miller 0
Analytics 2014: Shopping and forecasting

Giovanni Monopoli is the Strategic Analysis and Financial Planning Manager within the Finance Department at QVC Italy. Next month, he’ll be presenting at the Analytics 2014 conference in Frankfurt, Germany about how the broadcast channel uses analytics – specifically SAS Forecast Studio. With live broadcasts 17 hours a day, QVC

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Maggie Miller 0
A big world of big data

In just three short weeks I’ll be in Frankfurt, Germany for the Analytics 2014 conference. There will be hundreds of people from 32 different countries in attendance. It will be exciting to hear how people all over the world, in many different industries, are using analytics. As host of the

Analytics | Students & Educators
Nadja Young 0
Top rated value-added school: Extreme test prep or well-rounded experience? A student’s perspective

A recent Charlotte Observer article provided a thoughtful investigation of growth and achievement in North Carolina’s Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools). The article juxtaposed two very different, yet highly effective, schools. The first, Ranson Middle School, is a low-achieving school with 84% poverty that demonstrated the highest academic growth of any similar

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