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Posted on October 16, 2018
Author: Kirby Lunger, Performance Architects

The Performance Architects team is excited to announce a new partnership with Snowflake (www.snowflake.net), the only data warehouse built for the cloud. As we mentioned in our press release this morning, Snowflake’s mission is to enable every organization to be data-driven with instant elasticity, secure data sharing and per-second pricing, across multiple clouds. Snowflake combines …

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Posted on October 10, 2018
Author: Linda Stewart, Performance Architects

I hope you are enjoying the “Learning R Programming for Free” series; here are links to the previous segments to provide some helpful background: Step One Step Two Step Three In this segment, we will introduce sample data sets we can use in our learning. There are a couple of ways to do this.  One …

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Posted on October 3, 2018
Author: Linda Stewart, Performance Architects

I hope you are enjoying the “Learning R Programming for Free” series. In the previous segments (insert links) we discussed the R Studio IDE; assigning values to variables; printing the values stored in a variable and the “ls” function; and listing the variables assigned in your workspace. In this segment, we will introduce some functions …

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Posted on September 28, 2018
Author: Melanie Mathews, Performance Architects

Our events calendar has been full all year so it’s no surprise that the trend is continuing through the fall. Take a look at what we have planned for October! Webinar: Tuesday, October 2nd, 3:00 PM EDT: Everything You Wanted to Know (and More) About Oracle BI Publisher: Part 1The BI Publisher solution has been …

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Posted on September 26, 2018
Author: Linda Stewart, Performance Architects

I hope you are enjoying Performance Architects’ “Learning R Programming for Free” blog post series. In the first post in this series, I discussed how to install the free R tool from CRAN and a simple example of using the R interpreter to calculate the tip on a restaurant bill. In this segment, I introduce …

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Posted on September 20, 2018
Author: Linda Stewart, Performance Architects

The demand for skilled data science practitioners in industry, academia, and government is rapidly growing and the R programming language is a key skill set for this kind of analysis and reporting. If you’re reading this, you probably already know that R is a free programming language for graphical and statistical analysis. This is the …

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Posted on September 12, 2018
Author: Andrew Tauro, Performance Architects

For most people working with Oracle EPM Cloud, the “EPM Automate” tool may be a familiar entity. Rightly so, as it is something that is easy to get started with to communicate with server utilities for automation or repetitive manual jobs. A few things that the EPM Automate tool has going for it: Easy to …

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Posted on September 5, 2018
Author: Jun Zhang, Performance Architects

As we mentioned in our previous blog entry, “How to Profit from Using Oracle Profitability and Cost Management Cloud Service (PCMCS),” Oracle announced the development of Profitability and Cost Management Cloud Service (PCMCS) during Oracle OpenWorld in September 2016 as the software-as-a-service (SaaS) replacement for its on-premises Oracle Hyperion Profitability and Cost Management (HPCM) solution. …

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Posted on August 28, 2018
Author: Jun Zhang, Performance Architects

Oracle announced the development of Profitability and Cost Management Cloud Service (PCMCS) during Oracle OpenWorld in September 2016 as the software-as-a-service (SaaS) replacement for its on-premises Oracle Hyperion Profitability and Cost Management (HPCM) solution. Since then, PCMCS has become a great tool to analyze costs, revenue and profitability.  PCMCS Overview PCMCS is part of the …

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Posted on August 22, 2018
Author: Connor Capece, Performance Architects

Business rules are essential for any Oracle Hyperion Planning application. They provide a way for planners to derive metrics and projections from existing data using business logic. When writing a business rule, calculation commands and functions will always be a part of the scripts themselves. Click here to see a full list of calculation commands. …

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