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Dan Heath 0
Drillable Titles and Footnotes

Tool tip and drill-down functionality is commonly used to explore plot data in a graph, particularly on the web. Occasionally, you might even have the need to add this drill-down functionality to your titles or footnotes, possibly to reference more details or source information. The TITLE and FOOTNOTE statements in

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Melanie Carey 0
How SAS Visual Analytics' automated analysis takes customer care to the next level - Part 3

In the second of three posts on using automated analysis with SAS Visual Analytics, we used the automated analysis object to get a better understanding of our variable of interest, X-Sell and Up-sell Flag, and how it is influenced by other variables in our dataset. In this third and final

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Melanie Carey 0
How SAS Visual Analytics' automated analysis takes customer care to the next level - Part 2

In the first of three posts on using automated analysis with SAS Visual Analytics, we explored a typical visualization designed to give telco customer care workers guidance on customers most receptive to upgrade their plans. While the analysis provided some insight, it lacked analytical depth -- and that increases the risk of  wasting time, energy and

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Melanie Carey 0
How SAS Visual Analytics' automated analysis takes customer care to the next level - Part 1

You're the operations director for a major telco's contact center. Your customer-care workers enjoy solving problems. Turning irate callers into fans makes their day. They also hate flying blind. They've been begging you for deeper insight into customer data to better serve their callers. They want to know which customers

Data Visualization | Learn SAS | Programming Tips
Sanjay Matange 0
A Graphical Journey

The ODS Graphics software, first released with SAS 9.2, supported creating graphs directly from statistical procedures.  Prior to this, very few statistical procedures created graphs on their own, and in most cases creating graphs was a post process or creating the graphs from the saved data using SAS/GRAPH procedures. With

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Robert Allison 0
Examining data about North Carolina's absentee ballots

Certain North Carolina counties have been in the news lately, for suspected election fraud involving absentee ballots in the 2018 election.  Let's analyze the voter registration and absentee ballot data, to see if we can detect anything suspicious! In order to definitively determine whether fraud & illegal activity occurred, investigators

Advanced Analytics | Data Visualization
Gerhard Svolba 0
Wien und die Donau – Paradies für Data Science und die Big Data Flut

Wien und die Donau: Zahlreiche Lieder, Geschichten und Filme dokumentieren die innige Beziehung zwischen der österreichischen Hauptstadt und „ihrem“ Fluss. Das war aber nicht immer so: Über Jahrhunderte stellte das Gewässer eine große Bedrohung für die Stadt dar – und es erforderte beträchtliche Ingenieurskunst, um die Donauauen in ein echtes

Data Visualization | Learn SAS | Programming Tips
Sanjay Matange 0
The SGPIE Procedure - Part 2

The SAS 9.4M6 software includes a new SGPIE procedure (preproduction) as introduced in the recent article - The SGPIE Procedure.  In that article, I described the basic features of the two statements supported in the procedure, the PIE and the DONUT, with some examples. It is my humble opinion that

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Customer Intelligence | Data Visualization | Machine Learning
Suneel Grover 0
SAS Customer Intelligence 360: Decision management, machine learning, and digital marketing

A typical day brings countless business decisions that affect everything from profitability to customer experience. What is a reasonable price point? Which audience segments should I personalize offers for? When should I recommend specific content earlier in a customer journey? Daily decisions like these can alter the trajectory of a

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