International Development Advisor, SAS Institute
I-Sah Hsieh is an advisor to the international development community where he uses advanced analytics and innovative technologies to improve responses to disasters and other global challenges. I-Sah has also implemented transformational technologies across highly regulated industries like health care, defense, and telecommunications. He holds an engineering degree from Cornell University.
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Available Third Quarter 2019
SAS has teamed up with the UN Statistics Division to offer SAS Visual Analytics for UN Comtrade, providing real-time insights and analytics on trade and commodity data from more than 200 countries spanning 27 years. For the first time ever, massive volumes of trade data are available worldwide to anyone – policy makers, business leaders, researchers, educators and the general public – in an easy-to-explore format.
This book will introduce the SAS/UN Comtrade platform to show how Big Data is helping people find better answers, ask new questions that were not previously possible, and getting answers in real-time. It will provide case studies on a variety of groups and describe how to incorporate it into their curriculum/work.
- Jordan Bakerman is a Senior Analytical Training Consultant at SAS. Jordan holds a bachelor's degree in business administration and a master's in statistics from the University of Vermont. In addition, he has a PhD in statistics from North Carolina State University. Jordan uses his passion for statistics, knowledge of programming, and teaching experience to construct impactful courses. He thoroughly enjoys helping others learn about statistics.
- Ron Cody, EdD, a retired professor from the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School now works as a private consultant and a national instructor for SAS Institute.
- Tricia Aanderud is Senior Director of the Data Visualization Practice at Zencos.
- Robert Carver is a senior lecturer at the International Business School at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts. Prior to his retirement, he was also Professor of Business Administration at Stonehill College in Easton, Massachusetts.