Business Intelligence: M1 Concepts
Business Intelligence is a term that refers to a variety of software applications used to
access and analyze an organization's raw data. BI is about making better business
decisions. BI usually has a complex
Final Exam spr 2016 - Traditional
The list of Assessment Components contains the following entry:
o Final Exam (80 points)
The exam, per the official exam timetable, is scheduled for: Tuesday May 3, @ 12:30pm.
This exam will be taken via folio.
The exam w
April 27, 2014
2.1 Time Shift Comparison
2.2 Visitor Flow Diagram
2.3 Data Exploration
This pattern of interest could be a symptom of an event going on th
February 9, 2014
Business Intelligence (BI) is the process of taking raw data and transforming that data into
legible content where decisions can be made. There are several common forms of BI. Fi
SAP Predictive Analysis
April 22, 2014
Part 3 Q & A
1. What is actually meant by the term: cluster?
A cluster is a group or bunch of related information.
2. Which attributes did you include in your cluster analysis?
Rex Thomas &
SAP BI On-Demand
Total Net Revenue Bar
This is screenshot #1. It shows the total net revenue for the materials
RB-0010,0011,0012, and 0014 that were sold in Australia in 2011.
Total Sales for Germany
February 1, 2014
We, Christian Tucker and Rex Thomas hereby state that our Consistency Measure
values have remained below 0.25.
1Business Intelligence: Review Question 1
Review Question 2
Slow reports and dashboards was one problem that a data warehouse is trying to
solve. The application database which is usually store single records at a time is
April 13, 2014
Review Question #3
Visualization that was used in this Palantir application was really in depth and
can be broken down in several different ways. This application has the ability to
show data in a
Business Intelligence Exam Notes
Analytics competitors write every last drop of value from processes. So, like other
companies, they know what products their customers want, but they also know what
prices those customers will pay, how many items each will
Business Intelligence Final Exam
Types of Reports:
Standard reports answer questions what happened and when did it happen. They can be
monthly or quarterly financial reports. Generated on a regular basis. Not for making longterm decisions. Analysis type:
BI & Business Analytics:
Reflections & Framework
This course has provided students with an introduction to Business Intelligence (BI).
BI addresses the technologies, tools, and information systems that process, transform, and