Improving model interpretability with LIME

This is the fourth post in our AI interpretability series. Previous posts by my colleague Ilknur Kaynar Kabul covered partial dependence, interpreting data sets and other topics.   While some machine learning models – like decision trees – are transparent, the majority of models used today – like deep neural networks, random forests, gradient boosting […]

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Unasked fraud questions answered by AI

Artificial intelligence often seems misunderstood, especially in fraud. The same is true of machine learning. One of the amazing things about them is they ask the unasked questions. This occurs as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) go about their daily work. So, what is the unasked question? Too […]

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Tracking Trump’s approval rating

President Donald Trump – people seem to either love him or hate him. Which makes for an interesting data-analysis topic … tracking Trump’s approval rating. Follow along as I explore some data! I’ll start with what I consider the ‘best’ approval-rating graph I’ve found so far. Here’s a screen-capture of […]

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Data is not the only decision maker

Jim Harris says people still play a pivotal role in data-driven decision making.

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Using SAS Viya REST APIs to access images from SAS Visual Analytics

This article is the first in a series of three publications covering REST APIs and their use in, and with SAS. Today, I want to cover a basic example using SAS Viya REST APIs to download an image from a report in SAS Visual Analytics.

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Teaching analytics: Advice from two experts

What skills will students need in order to pursue a lucrative career in analytics? I recently interviewed two professors to find out. In my first post, the professors discussed the importance of teaching and learning analytics. Today, we’ll hear their top advice for students studying analytics, such as: get a […]

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How to deploy your models with SAS Model Manager to Hadoop

How do you deploy your model so that business processes can make use of it? This post explores how SAS Viya applications can directly add models to a model repository, and specifically focuses on how to deploy them with SAS Model Manager to Hadoop.

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Curriculum Pathways: The Intern’s Tale

As an intern for Curriculum Pathways this last summer, I have spent my days learning about the resources from the inside out. As I settled in, I became familiar with the nuts and bolts of the Curriculum Pathways process: who makes the resources, how we code our lessons, and what […]

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Weight Maintenance Strategies for the Holidays

I consider October 31, the unofficial start of the holiday season.   It begins with Halloween which brings a seemingly unlimited supply of candy.  Who needs that many candy corns anyway?!  Next is Thanksgiving.  A one-day feast that turns into 4 days of binge watching football and eating leftovers.  That’s followed […]

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Support, openness and flexibility: The momentum towards the analytics platform

Over the last few years, a quiet and gradual, but nonetheless important, evolution has been taking place. There has been a move from traditional business intelligence or analytics software towards the use of open platforms that underpin analytics activity, and can integrate customers’ own solutions, reducing reliance on proprietary software. […]

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