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3/24/2014
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SAS Brings Visual Modeling To Data Scientists

SAS seeks next-generation data modelers with SAS Visual Statistics and a social-savvy SAS Customer Intelligence application.

The SAS Visual Analytics interface as seen on an iPad.
The SAS Visual Analytics interface as seen on an iPad.

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Laurianne
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Laurianne,
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3/25/2014 | 9:51:47 AM
Visual Modeling on an iPad
Who says real work doesn't get done on tablets? Not a lightweight tool: Noted.
D. Henschen
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3/25/2014 | 9:16:03 AM
Long time coming
SAS is methodical and started talking to customers about Visual Statistics more than a year ago. Lots of feedback went into it, so it's NOT a leightweight tool that only does a fraction of what data wonks are used to doing with more traditional tools, according to SAS. Visual Analytics is basically SAS's answer to Qliktech and Tableau, but now it has a Visual Statistics sibling that can drive analyses deeply into predictive analytics and optimization work.
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