January 19, 2018

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by: Phil Goerdt

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Categories: Big Data, Data

What HBR’s Winter 2017 OnPoint Tells Us About Business & Data It was a November evening that I was at the grocery store, waiting in the line to check out when I saw the latest issue of Harvard Business Review’s OnPoint publication. For those that are unaware, OnPoint is a seasonal publication that focuses on a particular […]

November 20, 2017

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by: Phil Goerdt

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Categories: Big Data, Cloud, Data, Google Cloud Platform, Google Data Studio

Some tips, tricks and thoughts on using Google Data Studio Red Pill Analytics recently delivered a solution that exclusively used Google Cloud Platform. Our client, a marketing team at Google, wanted to know how they were engaging with users across several online channels. We used Google Analytics, YouTube Analytics, AdWords, among other sources via BigQuery to […]

June 1, 2017

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by: Phil Goerdt

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Categories: Big Data

Who doesn’t love traditions? While I am not the most nostalgic guy, I certainly have a handful of traditions that I hold dear. I think as we blaze bravely ahead, it’s important to remember where we come from, both good and bad to influence a better future. Sure, we all have traditions on a personal […]

May 17, 2017

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by: Phil Goerdt

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Categories: Analytics, Business Intelligence, IT Management

My last few blog posts have discussed how data failure happens, and how we can change failure into success (with a little economic thinking). Continuing with that train of thought, in this post I’ll be discussing how we can better implement analytic solutions by challenging the convention of requirements gathering. Don’t “Gather Requirements”. Hunt for […]

May 5, 2017

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by: Phil Goerdt

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Categories: Data, Data Science

In my last blog post, I discussed how I think that the way most people talk about BI and analytics is incorrect, how data is fluid, and some of the biggest issues I see when helping clients. I’m going to continue that discussion in this blog post, but pivot the conversation from what is wrong […]

March 31, 2017

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by: Phil Goerdt

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Categories: Exalytics, OBIEE, Oracle 12c, Tips

Red Pill Analytics recently performed the installation of OBIEE 12c on an Exalytics machine for one of our customers. There is no option to use the Domain Management Utility for installing OBIEE 12c… that’s still only capable of installing OBIEE 11g. Therefore OBIEE 12c is a manual install on Exalytics, but it’s very similar to installing OBIEE […]

March 22, 2017

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by: Phil Goerdt

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Categories: OBIEE, Red Pill Analytics' Tips, Tips

Let’s pretend that you need to change ports within your OBIEE 12c instance due to new applications that natively install into ports that OBIEE is running. Or maybe you want to have the ports be the same as the OBIEE 11g ports. Whatever the reason, how do we go about changing the ports within the […]

March 7, 2017

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by: Phil Goerdt

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Categories: OBIEE, Oracle 12c, Tips

Recently I had to verify the version of an OBIEE installation for a client. As I was already ssh-ed into the Linux machine, I figured there was a way to determine the version without having to log into the presentation server. Turns out, I was right, but for thoroughness sake, I’ll cover both approaches. Using […]

January 11, 2017

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by: Phil Goerdt

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Categories: Analytics, Data Science, OBIEE, Oracle

As I’ve been discussing in my last few blogs, it’s possible to start using OBIEE for analytics, rather than the standard operational reporting and BI that is commonplace. Data science has been quite the buzz the last few years, and no doubt about it, data scientists can bring great value and understanding to an organization, […]

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