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Posted on July 23, 2019
Author: John McGale, Performance Architects

I hope you’re enjoying the “Advanced Analytics Introduction” blog post series; here is a link to the previous segments (Step One, Step Two, Step Three, Step Four and Step Five) to provide some helpful background.  In the previous , I reviewed the practice of “topic mining” which is one of the steps in text mining …

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Posted on July 17, 2019
Author: Kenneth Staudt, Performance Architects

[Update 7/26/2019] In the June and July Oracle Cloud Readiness documents for PBCS, this change was listed as a future update coming in August. As of the latest document for August, this change is still listed as a future update, but there is no specified date for implementation. Oracle’s EPM Cloud (Hyperion) team announced a …

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Posted on July 16, 2019
Author: John McGale, Performance Architects

I hope you are enjoying the “Advanced Analytics Introduction” blog post series; here is a link to the previous segments (Step One, Step Two, Step Three, Step Four) to provide some helpful background.  In the previous installment, I continued to review the practice of “shallow parsing” of natural language content. In this post, I will examine …

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Posted on July 9, 2019
Author: Kirby Lunger, Performance Architects

Join the Performance Architects team on Friday, July 12th, at 12:30 PM EDT to learn what to do if you recently moved to the Oracle EPM Cloud from on-premises Oracle Hyperion solutions. Important note: This content will take into account the major Oracle EPM Cloud technical and pricing changes Oracle just announced at ODTUG Kscope …

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Posted on July 2, 2019
Author: John McGale, Performance Architects

I hope you’re enjoying the “Advanced Analytics Introduction” blog post series; here is a link to the previous segments (Step One, Step Two, and Step Three) to provide some helpful background. In the previous installment, I reviewed the practice of “shallow parsing” of natural language content, which is one of the first steps involved in text mining …

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Posted on June 25, 2019
Author: John McGale, Performance Architects

I hope you are enjoying the “Advanced Analytics Introduction” blog post series; here is a link to the previous segments (Step One and Step Two) to provide some helpful background.  In the previous installment, I provided a detailed definition of text analytics and mining concepts. In this blog post, I review the practice of “shallow …

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Posted on June 18, 2019
Author: John McGale, Performance Architects

I hope you are enjoying the “Advanced Analytics Introduction” blog post series; here is a link to the previous segment (Step One) to provide some helpful background.  In the previous installment, I provided an overview of the advanced analytics, data science and text analytics concepts. In this blog post, I review detailed definitions of text analytics …

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Posted on June 11, 2019
Author: Kirby Lunger, Performance Architects

“Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.”  This is one of French journalist and novelist Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr’s most famous sayings, which loosely translates to, “The more things change, the more they stay the same!” It’s that time of year again, when the technical leaders of the Oracle enterprise performance management (EPM) and Analytics/BI …

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Posted on June 4, 2019
Author: Kirby Lunger, Performance Architects

Note: As a result of a travel conflict, this webinar has been rescheduled to Thursday, June 20th, from 1-2 PM EDT.  To register, please go to the registration link here. The processes and technologies related to business intelligence (BI) and enterprise performance management (EPM) have been around in one form or another for 20+ years …

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Posted on May 28, 2019
Author: John McGale, Performance Architects

Analyzing large amounts of unstructured text is a capability at the heart of most activities in the data science and advanced analytics fields today.   In this first installment of a blog series, I introduce the topic of text analytics and describe how it relates to this evolving marketplace. When did data science become a “hot …

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