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Posted on January 15, 2019

This blog post provides a preview of the content the Performance Architects team will discuss during a free, live webinar on Thursday January 24, 2019 at 12:30 PM EST entitled “Everything You Wanted to Know (and More) About Oracle BI Publisher (Part 2).”  Register here to attend the webinar! Oracle BI Publisher (BIP) has been, …

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Posted on January 8, 2019

When using Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) with an on-premises data model, the normal process is to develop on a local RPD, and then to “lift and shift” the RPD to the cloud environment. This works fine in a cloud environment where there is a single cloud database to access. However, in a typical development environment, …

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Posted on January 3, 2019

I hope you are enjoying the “Learning R Programming for Free” series; here are links to the previous segments (Step One, Step Two, Step Three, Step Four, Step Five, Step Six, Step Seven, Step Eight, Step Nine, Step Ten) to provide some helpful background. In the previous installment, we learned about setting up R on RedHat …

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Posted on December 19, 2018

I hope you are enjoying the “Learning R Programming for Free” series; here are links to the previous segments (Step One, Step Two, Step Three, Step Four, Step Five, Step Six, Step Seven, Step Eight, Step Nine) to provide some helpful background. In the previous installment, we learned about ggplot.  In this installment, we will discuss …

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Posted on December 12, 2018

I hope you are enjoying the “Learning R Programming for Free” series; here are links to the previous segments (Step One, Step Two, Step Three, Step Four, Step Five, Step Six, Step Seven, Step Eight) to provide some helpful background. In the previous installment, we learned about data frames, which are particularly useful for data …

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Posted on December 5, 2018

I hope you are enjoying the “Learning R Programming for Free” series; here are links to the previous segments (Step One, Step Two, Step Three, Step Four, Step Five, Step Six, Step Seven) to provide some helpful background. In the previous installment, we learned to work with vectors and how to use functions to complete …

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Posted on November 28, 2018

I hope you are enjoying the “Learning R Programming for Free” series; here are links to the previous segments (Step One, Step Two, Step Three, Step Four, Step Five, Step Six) to provide some helpful background. In the previous installment, we learned to work with vectors and how to complete some basic operations on sets of …

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Posted on November 14, 2018

I hope you are enjoying the “Learning R Programming for Free” series; here are links to the previous segments (Step One, Step Two, Step Three, Step Four, Step Five) to provide some helpful background. In the previous installment, we learned how to pull our own CSV data files into R Studio and we explored the …

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Posted on November 7, 2018

Authors: Cameron Ross and Astha Patni, Performance Architects Performance Architects recently announced our partnership with Snowflake, a cloud-based data warehousing company.  Snowflake advertises its data warehouse as allowing for instant and unlimited scalability, as well as offering storage for structured and semi-structured data. To test these capabilities, we connected an Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) instance …

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Posted on October 24, 2018

One of the major benefits of Groovy business rules in Oracle Enterprise Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (EPBCS) is the ability to manipulate metadata, something that was not possible with traditional Oracle EPM (Hyperion) business rules. This blog post aims to introduce the concept of adding new members to dimensions using a Groovy script. This …

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