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Analytics | Data Management | Fraud & Security Intelligence
David Kennedy 0
How law enforcement can use analytics to combat the opioid epidemic

A steady drumbeat of news coverage makes one thing clear: Opioid abuse is rising and has reached epidemic levels throughout our country. Overdoses from the diversion and abuse of prescription opioids are one cause of the surge in deaths. Overdoses from heroin and other illicit synthetic opioids (such as heroin,

Artificial Intelligence | Fraud & Security Intelligence | Machine Learning
Patricia Spinner 0
Danger, danger Will Robinson: Modernizing risk mitigation systems with AI

How do you define artificial intelligence? Would you define it differently if it was your job to prevent fraud and financial crimes, where the risks are constantly shifting? In a recent meeting with banking executives responsible for fraud and financial crimes risk mitigation, Wayne Thompson, Manager of Data Science Technologies

Customer Intelligence
Adrian Carr 0
Using analytics to determine best paths in customer journeys

The outbound marketing landscape, especially in the retail industry, is a challenging one. Customers are receiving multiple communications from multiple businesses, and for marketers it’s sometimes hard to understand which activity is driving results. Many retailers have a complex multichannel strategy of internet, email, direct mail, telemarketing, and catalogues. These

Advanced Analytics | SAS Administrators
David Stern 0
Creating and uploading custom icons and map pin icons in SAS® Visual Investigator

SAS Visual Investigator has an attractive user interface. One of its most engaging features is the network diagram, which represents related ‘entities’ and the connections between them, allowing an investigator to see and explore relationships in their source data. For maximum impact, each entity in the network diagram should have an

Students & Educators
Mayra Pedraza 0
How SAS can help your career

Professionals with deep analytical knowledge, particularly using SAS, are in high demand. But to build a successful career, you first have to acquire the necessary analytical skills. Recently, I interviewed Andrea Baroni, a graduate from Lancaster University, and asked him to share his experience learning SAS and how it has helped advance his professional career. Your background Mayra

Analytics | Data for Good
Shannon Heath 0
How did one school system save money, improve local traffic and make students happier? With fewer bus stops and better bus schedules

Every fall, highways, backroads and neighborhood streets nationwide take on a noticeable yellow hue, as school buses carefully and methodically transport students back to school. In some areas, including Boston, this massive transportation exercise can present a number of challenges. Boston Public Schools (BPS) provided transportation for 25,000 students via

Analytics | Work & Life at SAS
Trent Smith 0
Helping military veterans transition to civilian life, pursue analytics careers

Veterans transitioning back to civilian life face a number of challenges, many of which involve working in a non-military environment. The Honor Foundation helps Navy SEALs and other current and transitioning members of the U.S. Special Operations community enter civilian life. Last week, a group of former special operators visited several

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