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    SAS Model Manager 14.3 on SAS 9.4: Getting Started

    Join us as we delve into the great features of SAS Model Manager 14.3

    30th January 2020 • 10.00 a.m. GMT

    About the webinar

    SAS Model Manager is a flexible model repository and model management environment for machine learning and general analytical models.

    A centralised repository and procedural templates make it easy to manage SAS and Open Source models as well as metadata across organisational areas throughout the life of a model. Storing the models in a secure, centralised repository enables you to easily organise modeling projects, develop and validate candidate models, assess candidate models for champion model selection, publish and monitor champion models in a production environment, and retrain models.

    Join us as we delve into the great features of SAS Model Manager 14.3.

    What you will learn:

    • Import models into a centralised repository
    • Compare and assess candidate for production models
    • Run tests to validate models for scoring
    • Easily publish models to multiple destinations
    • Monitor the performance of a champion model
    • Retrain a model

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    About the Expert

    Peter Hobart

    Kyriakos Fistos
    Data Scientist
    SAS UKI

    Kyriakos Fistos works as a Data Scientist for SAS UK&I and he has been involved in numerous projects around the development and implementation of Machine Learning techniques and Artificial Intelligence applications.

    He holds a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and a master’s degree in Operational Research, Applied Statistics and Financial Risk from Cardiff University.

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