SAS® Visual Analytics &
Teradata University Network

Free access to world-class analytics and big data for professors and students.

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The classroom is a great place to bring together the leaders in analytics software and big data. That’s why SAS is proud to partner with Teradata University Network to bring college professors and students access to SAS® Visual Analytics and SAS® Visual Statistics for learning purposes.

This worldwide offering allows professors to provide their students hands-on experience and engage with our data visualization software at no cost – and with no installation. It delivers cloud-based access to SAS Visual Analytics software and related course materials, making it easy to incorporate visual analytics into the classroom.

For students, the offering provides an opportunity to learn analytics using software from the world leader in the field.

What are some of the benefits?

  • SAS Visual Analytics and SAS Visual Statistics software.
  • Teaching materials, assignments and tests.
  • Preloaded data.
  • Case studies.

About the Teradata University Network

Teradata University Network provides thousands of professors and students valuable resources in analytics and big data. Members have access to analytical software, case studies, presentations and course syllabi. Membership is free, and all faculty members are encouraged to post and share content. 

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About SAS® Visual Analytics

SAS Visual Analytics allows users of all skill levels to visually explore data while tapping into SAS software's powerful analytics capabilities. It was lauded by analysts as a new way to explore large amounts of data in an instant.

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