Jamie's Junk

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June, 2006

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    Tree Rendering with Reporting Services - my BI Power Hour Demo

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    This is the end result of the report I created in under 10 minutes during the BI Power Hour at TechEd 2006. It uses a matrix report and takes advantage of the parent-child nature of data mining content to render the hierarchy. The .rdl file for...
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    Project REAL Mining Models now available!

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    Len Wyatt at MS just sent out a mail indicating that all of the Project REAL work is now available here . This includes the data mining models to predict out-of-stock conditions that Paul Bradley presented at TechEd this year (Paul and his company, Apollo...
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    Boston next week

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    Next week I'll be in Boston at TechEd, so if you're there, come by and say Hi! On Wednesday, I'll be doing a talk on reporting and Analysis Services. Later that day, I'll do a chalk talk on the subtleties in the CREATE MINING MODEL statement. (Hopefully...
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    Executing multiple DMX statements from SSMS

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    Many people have asked how to execute multiple DMX statements in SSMS, and my answer has always been "Analysis Services doesn't support IMultipleResults, so you can't execute multiple statements in a single document in SQL Management Studio." Well it...
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    Help with Time Series on OLAP - another great blog with SQL Server Data Mining

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    Dejan Sarka writes about how to get " Cases from Multiple Dimensions of OLAP Cubes in the Time Series Algorithm " - an issue that has stymied many users. He also has a range of great posts on other DM and BI topics as well - worth a good read!
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    Commentary on one of my TechEd talks

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    In this post , Teo Lachev writes about his impressions of Tech Ed 2006 including my Reporting and Analysis Services talk, among others. I'll post a bit more about my other talks (with screenshots!) later on.
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