analytics

2月 192016
 

With many names, it's difficult to know whether the person is male or female. Let's use the power of analytics to determine which names are the most unisex, based on the number of boys and girls with those names. But, before we get started, here's a picture of my friend […]

The post Which name is more unisex - Jessie or Angel? appeared first on SAS Learning Post.

2月 172016
 

When the Toyota Prius first came out, the gas mileage claims astonished everyone. But now that almost every manufacturer offers their own hybrid, is the Prius mpg really all that great? Let's analyze the data ... But before we get to the analytics, let me tell you a little about […]

The post Which hybrid model gets the best gas mileage? appeared first on SAS Learning Post.

2月 122016
 

A recent survey by Capgemini found that 78% of insurance executive interviewed cited big data analytics as the disruptive force that will have the biggest impact on the insurance industry. That’s the good news. The bad news is that unfortunately traditional data management strategies do not scale to effectively govern […]

The post Big data – game changer for insurers. appeared first on The Analytic Insurer.

2月 092016
 

Did you know you could drive 74 million cars using the wasted natural gas that is flared from oil wells and refineries? Learn more details in this blog post! Flaring (burning) is commonly used to dispose of natural gas produced at oil and gas facilities that lack the infrastructure to capture it […]

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2月 052016
 

Eating donuts, burning calories, and raising money for a good cause -- that's what the annual Krispy Kreme Challenge is all about. If this intrigues you, read on to find out more... But first, here's a picture of me eating a donut, preparing for a race. I bet you didn't […]

The post How to eat 724,548 donuts and burn 138 million calories! appeared first on SAS Learning Post.

2月 052016
 

Gerhard Svolba is a colleague at SAS who is not only an experienced analyst and a caring father, but also an author for SAS Press and an enthusiastic sailor. He has done valuable research about detecting data quality problems and their consequences for data analysis. As a statistician, I’m well […]

The post Sailing and the art of data quality assessment appeared first on JMP Blog.

2月 042016
 

We’re a little less than three months away from SAS Global Forum 2016. While conference organizers are making final plans and SAS users are busy registering and reviewing the agenda, a group of SAS experts are diligently judging a very special contest for this year’s conference. The SAS Student Symposium […]

The post Behind the scenes of the SAS Global Forum Student Symposium appeared first on Generation SAS.