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Researchers Peer into the Hood of Computational Linguistics

Researchers Peer into the Hood of Computational Linguistics

 

To start, give a look at these two sentences:

“This house is in a detestable location.”

“This detestable house is in this location.”

 

Well, these two sentences have virtually similar words, but owing to their structure, they exude entirely two different meanings. Understanding the true meaning of the sentences just by having a look at the words was something only reserved for the human intelligence, until now. Breakthroughs in Natural Language Processing (NLP), also known as computational linguistics have blazed a trail in this domain, which was once dominated by humans.

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INTCK and INTNX: All about SAS Dates and Computing Intervals between Dates

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The INTCK and INTNX functions in SAS helps you compute the time between events. This technical blog is based on the timeline of living US presidents, sourced from a Wikipedia table. The table data shows the number of years and days between events.

 

So, let’s start.

 

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The ABC of Summary Statistics and T Tests in SAS

The ABC of Summary Statistics and T Tests in SAS
 

Getting introduced to statistics for SAS training? Then, you must know how to create summary statistics (such as sample size, mean, and standard deviation) to test hypotheses and to figure confidence intervals. In this blog, we will show you how to furnish summary statistics (instead of raw data) to PROC TTEST in SAS, how to develop a data set that includes summary statistics and how to run PROC TTEST to calculate a two-sample or one-sample t test for the mean.

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New and Improved Data Pane in SAS Visual Analytics Now Goes Painless

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It seems some good news is waiting for you – honing your data for effective reports are easier now with the 8.1 release of SAS Visual Analytics. In this technical blog, we will understand the structure of data pane, how it exhibits data from an active data source, and a handful number of tasks, which you might want to perform – like viewing measure details, adjusting data item properties and fabricating geographic data items, custom categories and hierarchies.

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Exploring New Avenues of Alliance Between Microsoft and Artificial Intelligence

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Artificial Intelligence is perhaps the ‘trending’ term of the technological paradigm. Microsoft is quite a honcho in the arena of Artificial Intelligence. This statement is further enhanced by Andrew Shuman, the Corporate VP for Microsoft AI and research Group. At the Microsoft’s annual Build Developer’s conference, he regarded “If I think about the kind of AI revolution that’s going on, it’s very much created by new increase in data being available and cloud service being able to run millions of computations”.

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The Right Tool For Statistical Analysis SAS Vs. Stata

Both SPSS and SAS have been around in the world of statistical analysis for several years now, so, the conundrum of which is better software for statistical analysis is an age-old question among data people.

 

The Right Tool For Statistical Analysis SAS Vs. Stata

 

To begin with SAS is in its version 9+ and has also enhanced its visual appeal greatly. But SPSS still comes with its popular “click and get results” interface. SPSS has also moved beyond its version 15.0+ and has also began adding different modules like its competitor SAS.

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The Most Interesting Scientific Fact About Numbers a Data Scientist can Know

Are you a non-data person? Do you think numbers are unnecessarily complex and are better to stay away from? When asked to calculations do you feel a little of sleepiness setting in? Then this would come as a surprise to you that our brains originally think in numbers. To be more precise, our brains actually think in the Logarithm Scale instead of thinking in the additive scale. To put it simply our brains understand better in terms of proportions than in differences.

 

The most interesting scientific fact about numbers a data scientist can know

 

So, how would our brains approach differences in numbers? We think almost automatically that the difference between 1 and 2 is greater than the difference between 3 and 2 and so forth.

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Import and Export of dataset using SAS and R

Import and Export of dataset using SAS and R
 

For an analyst, data is a primary raw material, which is used to draw conclusions and inferences for taking business decisions. Raw data is of less help to draw conclusions and inferences. Hence, we need to put the data into any statistical analysis software to slice and dice to bring inference for better decision making. In this post, we will discuss about the steps to import and export of a dataset using SAS and R.

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