Presentations 2014

BIWA Summit

Hands-on Lab Oracle Data-Mining

Oracle Data Mining is part of the Oracle Advanced Analytics Option to the Oracle Database. If you learn by doing, come get your hands on Oracle Data Mining and build your own workflows in a step-by-step exercise led by Oracle University instructor for ODM, Tim Vlamis. You’ll use the SQL Developer 3.1 Data Miner extension to evaluate data and build data mining workflows in an intuitive GUI interface.

Hands On With Oracle Business Intelligence

This hands on lab will present a quick overview of the changes in OBIEE 11g (11.1.1.7) and allow users to create reports using these new features. The new features of BI Publisher will also be covered and the new web based layout editor will be used to create pixel perfect reports.

Hands On Lab for Oracle R Enterprise

Oracle R Enterprise (ORE), a component of the Oracle Advanced Analytics Option, provides a comprehensive, database-centric environment for end-to-end analytical processes in R, with immediate deployment to production environments.

Data Visualization for Oracle Business Analytics

Packed with tips from real-world implementations, this session features two data visualization gurus who will break down the visualization options available in Oracle Business Analytics and detail when and how to use each.

Blazing Business Analytics: Analytic Options to the Oracle Database

Moving an ever growing mountain of data in and out of databases for analysis takes huge resources when today’s firms must find new ways to more with less. The answer? Bring the algorithm to the data and leverage the power of Oracle’s in-database analytical options, OLAP, Spatial, Data Mining, and Oracle R Enterprise.

Using Maps and Geo Spatial Analytics in OBI 11g

Maps communicate data faster and more intuitively than any other data visualization method. Map views are built-in in OBI 11g, but aren’t often used because some additional configuration work is needed

Making Your Data Warehouse FASTER

As Business Intelligence systems gets more integrated in today’s businesses many businesses find that they need more data analyzes and results faster traditional relational warehouses cannot perform. Integrating an OLAP engine into the warehouse can provide significant performance and analytical improvements.

Collaborate 14 IOUG

Data Visualization for Mobile Devices for OBI 11g

In today’s fast-paced world, executives and managers demand access to their business intelligence systems at all times and particularly through their smart phones and tablets. However, small screens require a different approach to the presentation of analyses results.

Making Your Data Warehouse FASTER

As Business Intelligence systems gets more integrated in today’s businesses many businesses find that they need more data analyzes and results faster traditional relational warehouses cannot perform.

Collaborate 14 OAUG

Heartland OUG Spring Conference

Analyzing Big Data

Moving an ever growing mountain of data in and out of databases for analysis takes huge resources when today’s firms must find new ways to do more with less. The answer? Bring the algorithm to the data and leverage the power of Oracle’s new In-Memory option, as well as the existing in-database analytical options, OLAP, Spatial, Data Mining, and Oracle R Enterprise.

Dashboard and Visualization Best Practices for Oracle BI Applications

The vast majority of organizations who implement one or more of Oracle’s Business Intelligence applications end up designing their own dashboards, analyses, and visualizations. During this informative session, we will evaluate several prepackaged dashboards and offer suggestions for extensions and improvements, review dashboard design best practices, and demonstrate cutting edge visualizations.

Rittman Mead BI Forum

Capitalizing on Analytics in the Oracle Database in BI Applications

If your BI application only reports the past, you’re missing out on a major goal of BI systems. BI systems should be forward-looking, so they can inform decisions. In order to do this, you need some sort of analytics, whether they be simple questions like “where are we against plan” or “how does this compare to last year”.

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Starting Smart with Oracle Advanced Analytics

Everyone knows they should be integrating data mining and predictive analytics, but it can be challenging to discuss the merits of a project before team members share a common understanding of data mining and predictive analytics.

Dashboard and Visualization Best Practices for Oracle BI Applications

The vast majority of organizations who implement one or more of Oracle’s Business Intelligence applications end up designing their own dashboards, analyses, and visualizations. During this informative session, we will evaluate several prepackaged dashboards and offer suggestions for extensions and improvements, review dashboard design best practices, and demonstrate cutting edge visualizations.

Oracle OpenWorld 2014

Data Visualization for Oracle Business Intelligence 11g

Oracle Business Intelligence 11g is perhaps the most complete and comprehensive BI platform technology, but because it’s so powerful and flexible, careful consideration must be given to the visual interface design to maximize investment returns.

IOUG Webcast

Fourth Annual OpenWorld 2014 Unauthorized BI and Analytics Scoop Session

Join Dan and Tim as they kibitz on what they saw, heard, (and didn’t hear) at Oracle OpenWorld 2014. Just like last year, this session will feature Dan and Tim’s light-hearted take on Larry’s big announcements and what it all means for the real world of Oracle BI, big data, and analytics. We’ll welcome questions, speculations, and alternative interpretations from other attendees.

Heartland OUG Fall Conference

Starting Smart in Oracle Advanced Analytics

Everyone knows they should be integrating data mining and predictive analytics, but it can be challenging to discuss the merits of a project before team members share a common understanding of data mining and predictive analytics.

Data Visualization for Oracle Business Analytics

Packed with tips from real-world implementations, this session features two data visualization gurus who will break down the visualization options available in Oracle Business Analytics and detail when and how to use each. You’ll learn the appropriate use of specific graphs and charts, how to effectively design dashboard templates, how to maximize the impact of pivot tables, and how maps convey more information than other visualization techniques.

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