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    5 need-to-know facts about data discovery

    Data discovery is a type of business intelligence architecture for content authors who are subject matter experts on the business problem, but not the data platform and tool set. Follow Peter Sprague, VP of Services & Sales Engineering as he leads you through all you need to know about a data discovery tool and what you should consider.

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    5 steps to a better BI dashboard

    A great Business Intelligence & Analytics dashboard can provide an organization complete insight into their business data helping them achieve a more profitable business performance. Ofer Avnery, the VP of Product Marketing will take you through the background and steps to improve your BI dashboard.

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    What is governed data discovery? - Part 2

    A premier Governed Data Discovery solution is important, yet many solutions barely scratch the surface of the necessary components and objectives. Pyramid Analytics’ CTO, Avi Perez, takes you through the needed aspects and elements to explain a true Governed Data Discovery Business Analytics solution.

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    What is governed data discovery? - Part 1

    Want to know more about one of the new BI terms for 2014 - Governed Data Discovery? Avi Perez will take you through the basic concepts behind this emerging trend.

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    Advanced Calculation Designer: the full BI picture

    The Advanced Calculation Designer does not require you to create long formulas or complex MDX scripts. Once you have conceptualized the calculation, you can easily and simply find the data and build it into a calculation. Can you imagine it being that simple?

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    Optimizing large MDX queries

    One of the classical requirements in query design is returning a result set that multiplies out the lowest level of one dimension by the lowest level of another dimension before trying to ascertain a filtered list of those dimensional combinations. Learn how to optimize your queries in this blog.

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    Dynamic what-if analysis in BI Office

    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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