1) Experience with Tableau
Tableau is an elegant and easy to use BI tool to create visualizations and dashboards as per
the business requirement. Tableau was easy mainly because of the limited statistical functions. It
was needed to check for statistical
1) What is the value in having data such as this? What insight do you think we can
Factfinder has all the information regarding demographics by each city and country. We
can get information on characteristics like average literacy rate, household si
1) What were the main challenges encountered by CARE international before they
created their warehouse prepositioning model?
The challenges encountered by CARE international were as follows,
The transportation of the items to the disaster area by a third
Emerging Trends and Future
Overview of Global Trends
Discuss different methods in which companies are using
Case 14.3 Discussion (Life Coa
a) Specify your connection to the topic?
The article is about Wells Fargo to verify customers through eye prints. Wells
Fargo predicts that the trad
1) What factors are present when traditional databases and tech like Hadoop are used?
Data warehouse is a traditional thing to have but coexistence of Hadoop and data
warehouse is a predominant tren
What was your biggest ah-ha when Brian was talking? In other words, what was your
The Luxottica BI architecture design was biggest ah-ha moment for me. The biggest learning
from Brian talking was architecture of Business Intell
Case 6.2 & 6.3
Naveen Kumar Aila
What is predictive modeling? (High Level)
Discuss case: predictive analytics help improve business
processes within the electric power industr
SAS Visual Analytics.
The data was displayed using the best possible graph on its own.
Brushing enabled to have a two way or even a multiple way comparison of numbers
This was overwhelming at times as I was not able to get some of the descriptions i