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Today, I’m going to show how to start making your first predictions in less than 5 minutes with the Microsoft Excel data mining add-in. In this example, we will create a set of predictions for new customers using a Logistic Regression models based upon old customers.Read More
Today, I’m going to show you how to start data mining in less than 5 minutes with the Microsoft Excel data mining add-in. In this example, we will create a forecasting model that will predict the trend of bikes sales in different regions.Read More
Today, analytics have become mainstream in the majority of organizations. Moreover, most of the analytics and data warehousing implementations have been built using traditional relational database platforms such as SQL Server, Oracle, or DB2. As data volumes grow larger and more data sources come online, organizations are hitting the limits of these traditional platforms leading them […]Read More
On June 25, Brett Neuman, Manager Consultant at StatSlice Systems, delivered an exciting new webinar with a preview of Microsoft’s new GeoFlow tool for Excel. Included below are the links to download the GeoFlow Demo, GeoFlow plugin for Microsoft Excel, video of the cinematic tour, and the full webinar video in case you missed it. […]Read More
Power View has been around as a feature in Microsoft Office Excel since they released Office 2010, but in order to use it, you had to have SharePoint 2010 available to you. Now, with the release of Office 2013, Power View can be used without a server component. This means that you can take advantage of the easy reporting capabilities of Power View by using your own Excel Spreadsheet data.Read More
Last week during Microsoft TechEd 2013, Microsoft announced plans to incorporate in-memory OLTP in SQL Server 2014. They also expanded on some features included in the upcoming release.Read More
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