Crash the Party at All Analytics …
I have been calling us data geeks – but turns out our new name is actually the more respectable data scientist. Wonder if we get white lab coats with our names over the pocket? That would be so cool. You know you want one also!
Anyway, check out AllAnalytics.Com – there is a community of folks talking about big data, data analysis, and even trends for the future. They wrote an article about the book – shown below – but there is so much more to the site.
Great Place to Get Ideas
All Analytics is a great resource for SAS users – they discuss a lot of the topics that we work with everyday. I love learning about all the different ways us data scientists are solving problems. Today they are discussing how those personals – Find Your Mate sites work. I say you cannot apply analytics to love … but maybe I’m a romantic scientist. Tell me if you were able to calculate your perfect mate!
Chance to Win a Free Copy of SAS BI Book
Next Friday, Feb 24 at 2 PM (EST), AllAnalytics.Com is hosting my co-author, Angela Hall, and I to talk about our new book, Building Business Intelligence with SAS: Content Development Examples. So Angela and I will be available to discuss the writing process, working with SAS Press, and even answer some of your BI questions.
SAS Press has donated two copies of the book, which will be available for giveaway to all the participants in the chat. No rewards for you lurkers – sorry. Mark your calendars! I’d really like to meet you! Plus it’s a great way to win a copy of the book.<
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