agriculture

10月 122020
 

Many of us are lucky to have food on the table and grocery stores stocked with the food and beverages we want or need, and this is in a large part, due to our farmers. If you didn’t grow up on a family farm or a rural area where corn [...]

6 ways data analytics leads to better decisions for farmers was published on SAS Voices by Sarah Myers

6月 232020
 

“SAS co-founder and Executive Vice President, John Sall used to say, ‘SAS was born on a farm, raised on drugs and grew up in the industry,’” recalled Dr. Herb Kirk. Before joining SAS in 1979, Kirk spent ten years as a consulting statistician to North Carolina State University Department of [...]

SAS: Born on a farm, raised on drugs and grew up in the industry was published on SAS Voices by John Gottula

6月 232020
 

“SAS co-founder and Executive Vice President, John Sall used to say, ‘SAS was born on a farm, raised on drugs and grew up in the industry,’” recalled Dr. Herb Kirk. Before joining SAS in 1979, Kirk spent ten years as a consulting statistician to North Carolina State University Department of [...]

SAS: Born on a farm, raised on drugs and grew up in the industry was published on SAS Voices by John Gottula

12月 012015
 

Here in the US, California is known as "wine country" - but I was wondering what other states make wine, and whether there have been any big changes in recent years. This seemed like a good excuse for some graphical analytics... My previous blog analyzed where various Thanksgiving foods were produced. I was […]

The post Where is your favorite wine made? appeared first on SAS Learning Post.

11月 192015
 

Here in the US, we've got the Thanksgiving holiday coming up soon. And the keystone of this holiday is a big dinner, with lots of traditional Thanksgiving foods. But where does all this food come from, and which farmers should we thank for which of the food items? I use SAS […]

The post Who to thank for your Thanksgiving food appeared first on SAS Learning Post.