Mar 15–18, 2020
Nancy Rausch

Nancy Rausch
Senior Software Manager, SAS


Nancy Rausch is a senior manager at SAS. Nancy has been involved for many years in the design and development of SAS’s data warehouse and data management products, working closely with customers and authoring a number of papers on SAS data management products and best practice design principals for data management solutions. She holds an MS in computer engineering from Duke University, where she specialized in statistical signal processing, and a BS in electrical engineering from Michigan Technological University. She has recently returned to college and is pursuing an MS in analytics from Capella University.


1:45pm2:25pm Tuesday, March 17, 2020
Location: LL21A
Secondary topics:  Culture and Organization
Nancy Rausch (SAS)
For data to be meaningful, it needs to be presented in a way people can relate to. Nancy Rausch explains how SAS combined AI and art to tell a compelling data story and how it combined streaming data from local beehives to forecast hive health. It visualized this data in a live-action art sculpture, which helped to bring the data to life in a fun and compelling way. Read more.

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