Oracle Analytics

What’s New in Oracle Analytics Cloud

Dan Vlamis will be hosting a webinar on September 27, 2018 focusing on new features in Oracle Analytics Cloud. This webinar will take place at 12:00pm Central and cover as many new features in OAC as

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Vlamis Force Directed Graph Plugin

The Force Directed Graph plugin from Vlamis Software Solutions in collaboration with Oracle allows you to visualize your data by creating an interactive node and link diagram. Each node’s location is customizable and are held

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Join us for a Webcast on OAC 17.4.5!

January 16th at 12:00pm Central. Registration is now open! Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) brings the power of Oracle BI to the Oracle Cloud, including the headline from Oracle OpenWorld: Machine Learning. See a live demonstration

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How to find Oracle DVD log files

Hey, folks, I ran into a DVD error message that referenced a log and thought I would share where I found the log file in case others were wondering this.  Here is the error message

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Part 2 – Database

This is the second in a series of posts on Maps in OBIEE.  Part 1 – Map Basics is here. In the database geometry objects are stored in a special column type called SDO_GEOMETRY that

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Part 1 – Map Basics

This is the first in a series of posts on Maps in OBIEE.  Part 2 – Database is here. Many people mistakenly believe that implementing map views in Oracle Business Intelligence (OBI) is difficult, requires

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The Four Realms of Analytics

The four realms of analytics: descriptive analytics, predictive analytics, prescriptive analytics, and diagnostic analytics can be organized along a dimension from rules-based to probability-based and the dimension of time (past and future). This simple two-by-two matrix offers a powerful framework for organizing and describing the differences between analytical processes. While the four realms are often cited, they seldom appear without there being considerable confusion in understanding the distinctions between them. Rather than relying on dictionary definitions and unspecified connotations, this simple framework is offered as a way to communicate different types of analytics to lay audiences.

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