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Analytics projects are notoriously complex. They bring together a team of professionals in various roles with different strengths and weaknesses. That team must satisfy the competing expectations of diverse stakeholders and users and deliver a
Using visual imagery, or visualizations, is an effective way to communicate ideas, whether abstract or concrete. The presentation of data in visual form, typically through graphs, maps, charts, and small tables is often collectively referred
We lead a lot of training on data visualization and we mentor analysts in many of the world’s leading corporations. It’s not uncommon for analysts to ask about advanced visualizations in the beginning of our
I spent the weekend preparing slides and demos for my webinar titled “What’s New in Oracle Analytics 5.6 and 5.7” to be presented on Aug 5 at 12pm US CDT. Just like past webinars in
Oracle Analytics releases are coming faster and faster. We are combining information for versions 5.6 and 5.7 into a single webcast to be presented August 5, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. US Central time. Register today! Major
Saying goodbye to the Sunoco FAMIS project… I was hired by Vlamis back in 2004 to work on the migration of an outdated Oracle Express, PCX 5.0 installation to the “new” Oracle OLAP 10g. It
We need your ideas! I will be presenting a panel along with Edelweiss Kammermann and Philippe Lions as part of AnDOUC TechCast Days. Our session will focus on “Challenges, Solutions, Workarounds: Making Analytics Systems Work“
Brendan Doyle released his latest Howdy Partner video. It was a lot of fun to be interviewed by Brendan Doyle as part of his “Howdy Partner” series on YouTube. Brendan has an easy-going style that
In case you haven’t heard, OAC version 5.6 is now available. OAC instances will be upgraded over the next few weeks. Oh…you don’t know what version you’re on? I kept forgetting where it is, so
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