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Market Basket Analysis Using MDX - Part 1

Market Basket Analysis Using MDX - Part 1

Author: Avi Perez , Tags: BI Office, Advanced Analytics, Market Basket Analysis, MDX, advanced sets, parameterized queries, bioXL, data discovery, affinity analysis, data mining, marketing analysis, analysis services, SSAS, cubes |Category: Product Tutorial, Advanced Analytics | Published: 8/10/2014

In this blog, Avi Perez will describe the difficulties and challenges of using MDX in the Market Basket analysis process as this is one of the more demanding analytical exercises to complete. Read how he tackles the guts of the issue - and presents a solution in part 2.

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Dynamic What-If Analysis in BI Office

Dynamic What-If Analysis in BI Office

Author: Avi Perez , Tags: What-if Analysis, Scenario Analysis, MDX, bioXL, SSAS |Category: Product Tutorial, Advanced Analytics | Published: 8/1/2014

Enabling a user-driven advanced what-if calculation is one of the most demanding exercises in business analytics. Avi Perez will show you how to build a simple, yet elegant what-if capability through point-and-click smart tools BI Office.

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How Does a BI Report Update Itself?

How Does a BI Report Update Itself?

Author: Ofer Avnery , Tags: Analytics, Business Intelligence, Smart Wizards, Reporting, Publisher |Category: BI Office Feature | Published: 7/28/2014

The Dynamic Text Wizard enables you to create publishable report templates that contain special areas that auto-populate with dynamic text, data or data calculations. The report can be automatically generated (for example, with a customized version per user or customer) and distributed on a schedule or based on a trigger. Build once and let it run.

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How to Use the Variables Wizard to Build Your BI Analyses

How to Use the Variables Wizard to Build Your BI Analyses

Author: Ofer Avnery , Tags: Dashboards |Category: Product Tutorial | Published: 7/17/2014

Variables are a useful tool for a business intelligence professional or analyst to easily, clearly, and quickly create simple “control levers” for the end users, making highly sophisticated analytic actions available in a click. Read about how BI Office enables users to build variables in a simple and effective way.

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