Oracle Open World is coming at the end of October. Lots of people are starting to get excited as Oracle Open World is the number one place for all the Oracle geeks from around the World to hang out for a week.
This year I will be giving 2 presentations. Both of them are on the Sunday. That means I get to really enjoy the rest of the conference. These presentations are:
Sunday 13:30-14:15 & (more...)
This is mainly a note to myself to save me from looking up the details very time I need it. I can just go to my own post.
To use Autotrace in SQL you need to grant the schema the PLUSTRACE role.
But in SQL Developer you need the PLUSTRACE role that has a few additional privileges.
Connect to SYS as sysdba and run the following.
grant select on v_$session to plustrace;
grant select on (more...)
When working with ORE you will end up creating a number of different data stores in the database. Also as your data science team increases the number of data stores can grow to a very large number.
When you install Oracle R Enterprise you will get a number of views that are made available to ORE users to see what ORE Data stores they have and what objects exist in them. All using SQL.
Over past year we have been (hopefully) hearing about Oracle Big Data SQL.
This is a new(-ish) option from Oracle that allows us to run our SQL queries not just on the data in our Oracle Database but also against NoSQL databases and Hadoop. No extra coding is needed, no extra formatting is needed, etc.
All the hard work in connecting to the data in this systems, translating it into executable code on these systems, (more...)
This is the third and final blog post on analysing the number of new R packages that have been submitted over time.
Check out the previous blog posts:
- Blog Post 1 : Getting, some basic analysis and graph
- Blog Post 2 : Aggregating the data and create a number of more useful graphs.
In this blog post I will show you how you can perform Forecasting on our data to make some predictions on the (more...)