Data Visualization

4月 072016

For thousands of years, the human experience has been recorded by storytellers. Stories tell the tale of our lives: beginning, middle and end. Stories document the triumphs and tragedies of heroes and villains and everything in between. Human beings are storytellers -- it's a trait as uniquely human as an […]

Data science: Storytelling in the 21st century was published on SAS Voices.

3月 232016

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then visualizing data in Hadoop would be like a billion. Over the last few years, organizations have rushed to leverage the low-cost distributed computing and storage power of Hadoop clusters. As Hadoop environments mature and move away from their initial focus of […]

Your Hadoop data visualization questions answered here and at #StrataHadoop was published on SAS Voices.

3月 082016

Pi Day (3/14) is next week, and once again, we are encouraging everyone in the data visualization community to use this day as motivation to help clean up ineffective pie charts within their organization or in public spaces like Wikipedia. I think there is still a mindset outside of our community that a pie […]

The post Progress on #OneLessPie appeared first on JMP Blog.

2月 222016

On the next Analytically Speaking, we’ll hear from Xan Gregg, JMP Director of R&D and the creator of the drag-and-drop Graph Builder. Here is a preview of what he’ll discuss. Tune in Wednesday, March 16, at 1 pm ET to hear the rest. Q: Tell us about the importance of […]

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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 032016

I shared in my previous post that I scoured my baby book and tracking notebooks and requested various medical records to gather historical information about my weight fluctuations over the years. I used this data to construct JMP graphs with annotations and pinned hover labels containing pictures (thanks to the […]

The post Visualizing historical biomarker data with JMP appeared first on JMP Blog.

1月 262016

If you follow pro football (and probably even if you don't), you know that last night the Denver Broncos beat the New England Patriots to earn their spot in Super Bowl 50. But as if a shot at the Super Bowl wasn't big enough, this game meant even more than […]

The post Analyzing Manning and Brady over the years appeared first on JMP Blog.

1月 212016

How do public higher education institutions get funded? In the past, state funding was tied to enrollment, but now more states are tying funding to institutional performance. State Legislatures want more accountability for money spent on higher education and have turned to performance-based funding (also called outcomes-based funding). As such, […]

Performance-based funding in education was published on SAS Voices.