Tag: enterprise guide

Gastbeitrag 0
Gastbeitrag von Accenture - Agilität bei Datenarchitekturen

In der Vergangenheit hat sich die Agilität von BI-, Big Data- und Analytics- Anwendungen (Datenarchitekturen) als Erfolgsfaktor für Unternehmen aus unterschiedlichsten Branchen erwiesen. Gerade die Integration neuer Datenquellen in bestehende DWH-Architekturen und die daraus resultierenden Anpassungen resultieren in langwierigen Entwicklungsprozessen.

Maggie Miller 0
Analytics 2014: Shopping and forecasting

Giovanni Monopoli is the Strategic Analysis and Financial Planning Manager within the Finance Department at QVC Italy. Next month, he’ll be presenting at the Analytics 2014 conference in Frankfurt, Germany about how the broadcast channel uses analytics – specifically SAS Forecast Studio. With live broadcasts 17 hours a day, QVC

Dylan Sweetwood 0
SAS loves math: Kathy Lange

Math and analytics are back “in vogue,” says Kathy Lange, member of the Americas Business Analytics practice at SAS. Since she was little, Kathy has seen the world as one big math problem, and her devotion to mathematics is overwhelmingly clear in this lively interview. Read on below, and be

Kristine Vick 0
Data Mining 101 Q&A

My colleagues Tapan Patel, Wayne Thompson & Chris Stephens hosted over 550 live attendees on June 16th for our Data Mining 101 live webinar, part 3 of the Applying Business Analytics Webinar Series. Folks joined from all over North America as well as 32 other countries around the world. Since

Advanced Analytics | Data Visualization
Angela Hall 0
Shared Prompts in SAS BI 9.2 ~ Modifying via EG 4.2

After mentioning the requirements in SAS Management Console to create and edit Shared Prompts (https://blogs.sas.com/content/bi/2009/09/24/creating-a-shared-prompt-for-multiple-imaps-and-stps-9-2/), I then came across functionality in SAS Enterprise Guide 4.2. In the 'Server List', there is a small blue circle with a 1-2-3 and when you mouse over you will see 'Prompt Manager'. When adding

Angela Hall 0
Changes to the OLAP Viewer for EG 4.2

A couple of changes to the interface tripped me up this month. Included are some quick notes. 1. My Favorite Feature is the MDX Editor Since I create Stored Process Queries off of OLAP cubes, I start with the MDX Editor. (Writing MDX from scratch is very painful. Trust me.)

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