Do you have “dead data”? Data that is not relevant or trustworthy? Data that muddles reports and makes data-driven decision making difficult, or even impossible, to manage? If you do, you are in good company as this is an enormous problem throughout higher education. Not to mention, as with all [...]
With SAS anlytics, University of Oregon expects jump in average high school GPAs, SATs for freshmen receiving aid.
Dr. Goutam Chakraborty, founder of Oklahoma State University’s SAS Data Mining Certificate Program, was honored at SAS Global Forum with the 2013 SAS Distinguished Professor award. The award is given to individuals for innovative use of SAS in teaching and/or research, and supporting successful student use of SAS. Last year, [...]
SAS Web Editor, a Web-based tool for writing and running SAS code, is now available at no cost to teachers and students in higher education.
SAS collaborates with colleges and universities around the world to produce graduates to meet the high demand for data experts across industries.
In a recent blog post, I discussed how I enjoy working with the education industry because they are so eager and willing to help. While that post dealt with K-12, this one discusses higher education, specifically the University of Texas System and their public dashboard. If you are interested in [...]
Louisiana State University is now collaborating with SAS to launch a Master of Science in Analytics (MSA) to meet the growing demand for analytics professionals
Visual and interactive, JMP Student Edition enables students to view and uncover data patterns easily.
We have come very far in our journey (I started this series in March) to the 10 best practices from education customers for information management, reporting and analytics. Lets’ recap our journey of the previous nine blogs: Securing executive sponsorship. Identifying and involving stakeholders early and assessing their unique needs. [...]