Here at Applied OLAP, we have already started our work with Essbase 220.127.116.11. We have added the new version to our build list and have started testing (more...)
In the previous three articles in this series (and well done for everyone that’s still with us), we looked at how OBIEE 18.104.22.168 and ODI 22.214.171.124+ can access Hadoop data sources via a related technology called Hive, looking in the second article in more (more...)
The headline articles in the September/October 1999 edition of Oracle Magazine focused on how the Oracle technology can be used to educate staff and to keep their skills up to date. either on site or remote via on-demand training resources.
Other articles included:
- Oracle announce that they have acquired Thinking (more...)
The following is an extract from 1999 September/October edition of Oracle Magazine, about Oracle buying Thinking Machines. Their data mining software Darwin was integrated into the Oracle Database and renamed Oracle Data Miner.
“Oracle Corporation’s recent acquisition of Thinking Machines’ data mining business extends Oracle’s data warehouse platform and (more...)
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This is the second blog on getting started with Statistics for Oracle Data Science projects.
Endeca text enrichment. Entities extraction, sentiment analysis, and text tagging with Lexalytics customer defined lists. I love this one!
One of the interesting options of Endeca is its integration with text mining software Lexalytics (licensed separately). Lexalytics offers many text analysis functions such as sentiment analysis, document collection analysis, named entity extraction, theme and context extraction, summarization, document classification etc. Endeca exposes some of this functionality via its text (more...)
With all analytics or data science projects one of the first steps typically involves the extraction of data from various sources, merging the data and then performing various statistics.
The extraction and merging of the data is well covered by lots of other people blogging about how to use Oracle (more...)
Dashboardzone just finished reviewing the front page of BI and Dashboard vendors.