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Programming Tips
Rick Wicklin 0
What is a pooled variance?

The first time I saw a formula for the pooled variance, I was quite confused. It looked like Frankenstein's monster, assembled from bits and pieces of other quantities and brought to life by a madman. However, the pooled variance does not have to be a confusing monstrosity. The verb "to

Analytics | Data Visualization
Stijn Rogiers 0
One small step for prostate cancer patients, one giant leap for prostate cancer research

In May, I joined several SAS colleagues, academics, clinicians, pharmaceutical companies, and other information and technology specialists for the first-ever IMI PIONEER Hackathon for prostate cancer research. A few weeks later, as I watched the SpaceX launch on TV, it occurred to me that space trips and cancer research have

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Artificial Intelligence | Machine Learning | SAS Administrators
Keith Renison 0
Are you ready for true cloud native computing? Meet SAS Viya 4

It’s official: NASA no longer builds spaceships. They’ve outsourced that task. According to NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine, "We're going with commercial partners. NASA is not purchasing, owning and operating the hardware. We're buying the service." Why? Because NASA needs to focus on exploring space, not building the transportation to get

Analytics | Artificial Intelligence | SAS Events
Oliver Schabenberger 0
SAS, Microsoft bring analytics to everyone, everywhere

Digital transformation continues to change our relationship with technology. As part of this change, the world is transforming from one of technology-literate people to one of people-literate technology. What do I mean by people-literate technology? I mean smart, automated, reliable, explainable decision systems that operate at scale. Analytics and AI

Programming Tips
Susan Slaughter 0
What's wrong with this code?

Whether you enjoy debugging or hate it, for programmers, debugging is a fact of life. It’s easy to misspell a keyword, scramble your array subscripts, or (heaven forbid!) forget a semicolon. That’s why we include a chapter on debugging in The Little SAS® Book and its companion book, Exercises and

Analytics | Fraud & Security Intelligence
Carl Hammersburg 0
How analytics is helping state governments head off unemployment claims fraud

If you’re in state government, you're well aware of the unprecedented challenges that come with off-the-charts unemployment numbers due to COVID-19. Crashing websites at state unemployment insurance offices and multi-hour phone hold times for the millions of people who've lost their income due to the pandemic are only the most

Work & Life at SAS
Alyssa Grube 0
Making a difference, one mask at a time

Written by Allison Hines and Kara Roberts  Here at SAS, our culture revolves around our people. Our endless curiosity and innovative spirit help us solve our customers’ most challenging problems – but our employees’ impact is even bigger than that. There’s strength in numbers, and during this difficult time, our employees’ generosity and creative problem-solving are helping those who need it most around the world. From providing laptops to students in need,

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