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Use Network Analysis to Understand Your Customers with SAS Visual Analytics 8.2

2018-01-21 – 7:10 PM
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You can use the SAS Visual Analytics 8.2 Network Analysis object to visualize relationships. For some recent data analysis, I was trying to understand the location of customer in relation to the assigned sales office. My suspicion was that it wasn’t evenly distributed. Most likely there were some customers not assigned an office together.
Understanding the Network Analysis Object
The network analysis object shows the relationship between …

Designing Dashboards: Sending Your Style Vibe

2017-01-21 – 12:24 PM
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OK I admit it, I’m a font geek.If I visit a website with a gross font, I don’t go back. It’s true. Want me to adore you?¬† Send me an email in my favorite font – it will impress me. It communicates your style vibe and if we are on the same wavelength, then you must be adorable!!
Style is what makes users want to look …

SAS Visual Analytics: Design Versus Reality

2016-10-05 – 7:12 AM
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Recently, Alan Hjemsted Muller from Denmark contacted me with some additional ideas about he had with solving dashboard issues. He provided a gorgeous dashboard that is used in the Elsinore Municipality.

This dashboard (in Danish) – it is about a kindergarten. ¬†He offered to send it in English but I like it in Danish. It allows you to focus more on the design because your eyes are …

SAS Visual Analytics: Modern Theme Vs Classic Theme

2016-05-08 – 1:03 PM
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At the SAS Global Forum 2016 the SAS Viya platform was announced and part of the platform was SAS Visual Analytics and SAS Visual Statistics converting to the HTML5 interface. Noticeable changes were that the Designer and the Explorer have merged into one interface and there is a spiffy new color Modern theme. Dr. Goodnight said the expected release of the tool was projected to …