SAS Certified Visual Modeler Using SAS Visual Statistics 7.4

Created for analysts who are using SAS Visual Statistics for exploratory and predictive modeling, model fitting and analysis in a business environment
Successful candidates needs to be skilled in topics including

? Building and exploring descriptive models
? Building and exploring predictive models with continuous and categorical targets
? Assessing model goodness of fit
? Modifying and comparing models
? Scoring models.
SAS A00-272 Exam Details:
Candidates who bring home this credential may have earned a passing score about the SAS Interactive Model Building and Exploration Using SAS Visual Statistics 7.4 exam.

? 50 multiple-choice, short-answer, and interactive questions. Interactive questions simulate the SAS Visual Statistics graphical user interface and enquire of one to configure a percentage of SAS Visual Statistics to make a specific visualization. Please see our FAQ to learn more. You must acquire a score of 68 percent correct to give.
? 90 minutes to perform exam.
? Use exam ID A00-272; required when registering with Pearson VUE.
? Exam Price: $180 (USD)
? Training: SAS Visual Statistics: Interactive Model Building
? Book: An Introduction to SAS Visual Analytics
A00-272 Exam Topics:
? SAS visual statistics cross-functional tasks
? Building and assessing segmentation models
? Building and assessing regression-type models
? Model comparison and scoring

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Exam Content Guide

? SAS visual statistics cross-functional tasks – 18%
0 Prepare data using SAS Visual Analytics
0 Filter data utilized for a model
0 Use interactive group-by
? Building and assessing segmentation models – 32%
0 Perform unsupervised segmentation using cluster analysis
0 Analyze cluster results
0 Perform supervised segmentation using decision trees
0 Asses decision tree results
? Building and assessing regression-type models – 40%
0 Explain linear models
0 Perform linear regression modeling
0 Perform generalized linear regression modeling
0 Perform logistic regression modeling
0 Assess model results
? Model comparison and scoring – 10%
0 Compare Models
0 Score Models
SAS Visual Statistics: Interactive Model Building

This program introduces SAS Visual Statistics for building predictive models within an interactive, exploratory way. Exploratory model fitting is really a critical step in modeling big data. This system is appropriate for users of SAS Visual Analytics 7.2, 7.3, and 7.4.
Learn to use SAS Visual Statistics to..

? perform statistical analysis of information from a size
? create a project
? determine useful preferences and settings
? create segments, or clusters, of input variables
? perform regression and logistic regression modeling
? perform decision tree modeling
? perform stratified model fitting
? compare models
? generate score code.
Who should attend
Predictive modelers, business analysts, information scientists who want to make the most of SAS Visual Statistics for highly interactive, rapid model fitting

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