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"This solution is for large corporations because not everybody can afford it.""The solution is expensive for an individual, but for an enterprise/institution (purchasing bulk licenses), it is not a high price for the use that will come from it."

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Top Answer: The technical support is very good.
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Overview
SAS Enterprise Miner is a solution to create accurate predictive and descriptive models on large volumes of data across different sources in the organization. SAS Enterprise Miner offers many features and functionalities for the business analysts to model their data. Some of the business applications are for detecting fraud, minimizing risk, resource demands, reducing asset downtime, campaigns and reduce customer attrition.

A Graph Database Browser for Everyone
Data scientists, analysts, architects, and developers can use the Tom Sawyer Graph Database Browser to see connections in five unique graph layouts, view social networks, and perform graph analytics. The application supports Amazon Neptune, Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB, Neo4j, Apache TinkerPop, Cambridge Semantics AnzoGraph DB, and JanusGraph graph databases.

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Generali Hellas, Gitanjali Group, Gloucestershire Constabulary, GS Home Shopping, HealthPartners, IAG New Zealand, iJET, Invacare
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Financial Services Firm57%
Media Company14%
Retailer14%
University14%
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Computer Software Company24%
Comms Service Provider13%
Financial Services Firm12%
Government6%
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Small Business25%
Midsize Enterprise33%
Large Enterprise42%
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SAS Enterprise Miner is ranked 10th in Data Science Platforms with 10 reviews while Tom Sawyer Software Graph Database Browser is ranked 36th in Data Science Platforms. SAS Enterprise Miner is rated 7.6, while Tom Sawyer Software Graph Database Browser is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of SAS Enterprise Miner writes "Good GUI, an easy initial setup, and very flexible". On the other hand, SAS Enterprise Miner is most compared with IBM SPSS Modeler, Microsoft Azure Machine Learning Studio, SAS Visual Analytics, RapidMiner and Amazon SageMaker, whereas Tom Sawyer Software Graph Database Browser is most compared with .

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