Archive | February, 2012

The power of the ONE

After reading the title you will probably be wondering what or who is the one, are we talking about one architecture, one tool stack, one service provider, etc. While it is indeed certain all these things are important in the context of a BI engagement, in this post I will explore the power of the […]

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Look!

One of the reasons I find the rise of visual analytics so fascinating is that it’s an area of technology that’s trying to better leverage human computation, rather than offload it, which has traditionally been the case. Consider one of the progenitors of all productivity software: the humble spreadsheet. Where would we be without their […]

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SAS BI Dashboard for Google Analytics Data

Rising star business intelligence blogger, Tricia Aanderud, is on fire with her SAS BI blog posts over at http://www.bi-notes.com/author/tricia. Her post today is quite excellent and worth reading through in detail. It’s available here at http://www.bi-notes.com/2012/02/dashboard-sas-bi-google-analytics-data. I’m cross-posted it here: Tricia Aanderud is SAS BI evangelist, enthusiastic innovator & hired gun, pursuing design tips, programming […]

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SAS BI Dashboard for Google Analytics Data

I have to say I’m in love with the new SAS BI Dashboard and it’s many features. It really brings the Google Analytics to life and helps me understand how the Website traffic changed over time along with the key influences. The following figure gives you an idea of how you can integrate dashboardindicators for […]

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