Visual Analytics

4月 102017
 

Earth is an explosive world! Data from the Smithsonian Institution's Global Volcanism Program (GVP) documents Earth's volcanoes and their eruptive history over the past 10,000 years. The GVP database includes the names, locations, types, and features of more than 1,500 volcanoes. Let's look closer into volcanic eruptions across the globe [...]

How to design an infographic about volcanic eruptions using SAS Visual Analytics was published on SAS Voices by Falko Schulz

3月 282017
 

How many meteorites have hit the earth in the last 4,000 years? Where have they landed? And which ones were the biggest? Can we show all of this information - and more in an intuitive data visualization? It turns out NASA provides public data about recorded meteorite impacts on earth all the [...]

How to design a meteorite infographic using NASA data and SAS was published on SAS Voices by Falko Schulz

3月 082017
 

The NC Scholastic Chess Championship is coming up this weekend, and my buddy Michael Thomas asked if I might could create a few graphs to help analyze the event data. How could I pass up an opportunity like that?!?! Read along, and find out what graphs I created, and the [...]

The post What's your next move? (analytics for a chess tournament) appeared first on SAS Learning Post.

2月 232017
 

Some would say that it's impossible for blind users to see charts and graphs. Those same people might have once said it was impossible for the visually impaired to see the particles that comprise an atom, or galaxies that are billions of light years away. Innovation would prove them wrong [...]

SAS Graphics Accelerator makes charts and graphs visible for blind users was published on SAS Voices by Ed Summers

2月 172017
 

I’ve always loved watching crime series or films – from Homeland and True Detective to Sherlock Holmes. But after years of building software products and solutions designed to help security and law enforcement agencies solve crimes, I've noticed there are several clichés that need to be conquered by technology. No. [...]

Modern investigations: It’s not like the movies was published on SAS Voices.

2月 132017
 

Are you struggling to hire talented data scientists to glean insights from your corporate data? There’s currently a lack of big data talent hampering corporate analytics and causing nightmares for CIO’s, but I have good news for you: You may already have all the data scientists you need! There are […]

Boost your analytics: The rise of the citizen data scientist was published on SAS Voices.

1月 312017
 

You have all seen, or perhaps even created, some really bad graphics: Cluttered, confusing, too small, incomprehensible. Or worse, the author may have committed one of the three unforgivable sins of data visualization by deceptively distorting a map, truncating the axis so as to misrepresent the data, or used double […]

How to make your pie chart worse was published on SAS Voices.

12月 162016
 

“Analytics” and “data scientist” aren’t new terms, but they are trending buzzwords. The popularity of these concepts has created a false impression: Analytics are mysterious abstractions that can only be decoded if you have a white lab coat and an advanced degree in computer science. The reality couldn’t be more different. […]

No data scientist? No analytics platform? No problem. was published on SAS Voices.

12月 122016
 

Being an industry disruptor is a lonely place to be – but if you’re successful, the rewards are well worth the initial risk. Betting big on your new way of doing things takes courage, and is only the first step in a risky process. Your next critical step is to […]

4 Basics disruptive innovators must get right was published on SAS Voices.

10月 082016
 

Have you ever been involved in executing an exploratory analysis based on an integrated clinical trial database? If so, you've probably experienced firsthand how elaborate the initial phase of data access and data processing can be. Market analysts estimate the ratio for preparing the data, compared to actually analyzing the information, […]

Building clinical data and insight visually was published on SAS Voices.