Posts Tagged ‘ BI ’

NOTE: HTML 5 is in VA Hub Already!

July 22, 2015
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NOTE: HTML 5 is in VA Hub Already!

Aside from comments about my SAS Enterprise Guide vs SAS Studio article, Metacoda's Michelle Homes (@HomesAtMetacoda) was quick to write a comment about my Flash & SAS Visual Analytics (VA) article and to point out that HTML5 is already an option f...
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More Flash in Chrome for Less Power … and the HTML5 Migration

June 30, 2015
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More Flash in Chrome for Less Power … and the HTML5 Migration

If you use one of SAS's web interfaces you'll be a great fan of the flexibility and usability of the user interface. And those capabilities are probably provided by Adobe Flash. Your browser is running the Flash plug-in.

But Flash has one or two downsides, principally its tendency to use...
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SAS BI Training Online

March 4, 2014
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Hey All...One of my friends wanted to post this for him...He would like to provide SAS BI training online for a fee...He would provide SAS BI material and Lab access online...Any body interested?...Please email sastechiesblog@gmail.com for more details...
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Business Intelligence (BI) Evolution

January 20, 2014
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Business Intelligence (BI) Evolution

I recently stumbled upon an interesting series of papers from IBM. There're entitled Breaking Away With Business Analytics and Optimisation. The informative and deep-thinking series talks about the need for data and good analytical processes, but it al...
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NOTE: Thoughts on Lineage

January 14, 2014
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I got quite a lot of interested feedback on the BI Lineage post I made last week. My post highlighted a most informative article from Metacoda's Paul Homes.

Paul himself commented on my post and offered an additional tip. Here's what Paul said:

I agree it would be nice if BI developers could do...
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2014, The Year of Personal Data

January 13, 2014
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2014, The Year of Personal Data

If 2013 was the year of wearable, personal devices then 2014 will be the year of personal data. In 2013 we saw a huge rise in popularity of wearable devices for measuring steps walked, distance travelled, pulse, calories consumed, and a lot more beside...
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NOTE: Broadening Access to the BI Lineage Plug-In

January 7, 2014
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NOTE: Broadening Access to the BI Lineage Plug-In

Metacoda's Paul Homes recently wrote a most informative article entitled Providing User Access to the SAS BI Lineage Plug-in. As Paul says in his article, the BI Lineage plug-in can be used to do impact analysis for BI content (reports, informatio...
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NOTE: Reporting Horizontally (WRS tabs)

June 7, 2013
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NOTE: Reporting Horizontally (WRS tabs)

I recently spotted a neat tip from Tricia Aanderud on the BI Notes blog. In the article Web Report Studio: Switch Report Sections to Tabs in Snap! Tricia provides us all with a reminder of the ability to create tabs in our Web Report Studio reports a...
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