Adam Terwilliger's SAS Internship

Adam Terwilliger's SAS Internship

Adam Terwilliger, a triple major in Statistics, Mathematics and Computer Science at GVSU, spent his summer growing his skills at the SAS Institute in Cary, NC. Adam used ideas from graph-theory to develop tools for exploratory data analysis with highly multidimensional data. Scagnostics are graphical scatterplot diagnostics initially developed by John and Paul Tukey to help in doing high-dimensional visual analytics.  Adam wrote an add-in for the JMP software system that allows the user to do Scagnostics in JMP. Rumor has it, that Adam even got to have coffee with Dr. Goodnight, the CEO of SAS.  Read more here....

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