People, platforms, and potential: The road to AI

You can, as the saying goes, lead a horse to water, but you cannot make it drink. The same saying also seems to be true of analytics and particularly of platforms: You can provide a platform, but how can you make sure that it will be used, providing both value […]

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Admin Notebook: Making the case for selectively backing up metadata

Let’s say that you are administering a SAS 9.4 environment that is working just fine. You’ve checked that your full backups are indeed happening and you’ve even tried restoring from one of your backups. You are prepared for anything, right? Well, I’d like to propose a scenario to you. You […]

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How to Stay Committed to Clean Eating When Life Inserts Itself

It’s been quite an interesting Winter, one that was predicted by the Farmer’s Almanac to be cold and wet.  Cold?  Not so much.  Wet?  Painfully so! Parts of it have been beautiful, though, including an unexpected snow storm in January that covered our area in 10 – 12 inches of […]

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My top 10 elements for a successful hackathon

As a regular hackathon participant, I’m often asked about what I appreciate in a well-run event, and what makes a hackathon successful. I’ve written before about the power of hackathons to be a melting pot of creativity, education and teamwork, whether in general, or in specific sectors like banking. They […]

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Solve a system of nonlinear equations with SAS

This article shows how to use SAS to solve a system of nonlinear equations. When there are n unknowns and n equations, this problem is equivalent to finding a multivariate root of a vector-valued function F(x) = 0 because you can always write the system as f1(x1, x2, …, xn) […]

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Why platform governance needs open learning approaches

One of the most famous sayings in the world is probably “Unity is strength.” It is certainly widely applicable to very disparate areas, but surely it has nothing to do with platforms? Think again, because it could almost be described as their founding principle. The platform promise Back in the […]

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SAS exhibiting at IBF New Orleans (April 23-25)

Please join me and my colleague Charlie Chase, for the IBF’s Predictive Business Analytics Forecasting & Planning Conference in New Orleans (April 23-25). Charlie and I will be staffing the SAS booth, and available to answer your SAS forecasting questions, or provide a software demonstration. Also, fill out a short […]

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A conversation with SAS Global Forum 2018 Chair Goutam Chakraborty

Goutam Chakraborty is a busy man. In addition to serving as SAS professor of marketing analytics at Oklahoma State University, Dr. Chakraborty is the director and founder of the SAS and Oklahoma State University MS in Business Analytics and an award winning author and professor. He teaches courses in such areas as business […]

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Dutch Data Science, Part 5: Notilyze

Part 5 of this series brings us to Rotterdam again, where I met with the two Notilyze founders Colin Nugteren and Tom Dogger. Both of them studied econometrics in Rotterdam, but go back as far as the F4 soccer team they were both playing in as kids. Company overview The […]

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