June 25, 2017

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by: emily.carlsen

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Categories: Analytics, Events, Tips

Editors Note: This year, Red Pill Analytics is the Analytics Sponsor at ODTUG Kscope17. Our company motto is #challengeeverything – so we knew we wanted to do something different and unexpected while at the conference. What we eventually landed on was creating Analytics Stations using IoT technologies to show how an old school object, like […]

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 […]

Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) is generally available (GA) today, and I’m excited to be included in this OAC blog hop welcome wagon. So I’m slumming it with a bunch of Essbase professionals, as you can see from the list of contributing authors below. It’s fascinating to see just how stoked the Essbase community is for […]

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, […]

November 16, 2016

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by: GregSuk

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Categories: Analytics, OBIEE, Oracle, Repositories, SQL

Recently I had a couple of interesting situations pop up in OBIEE 11g regarding dates. No not the edible kind, but the calendar kind. Specifically where it involves fact measures that are valid for a period of time beyond what the date id(s) on the rows in the table allow. The first scenario I will […]