Jamie's Junk

Whatever comes to mind "The official blog of the SQL Server Analysis Services Data Mining Architect" (tm)

March, 2008

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    Unwinding MDX Flattening Semantics with DMX

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    When issuing an MDX statement in code, you have the option of requesting either a multidimensional set or a relational rowset as the result set. If you are familiar with MDX and multidimensional concepts, the multidimensional result is the obvious choice...
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    "Supercrunchers" and Microsoft Data Mining

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    Ian Ayres, Yale Law school professor and author of SuperCrunchers , talks about data driven decisions and the Data Mining Addins in this Gartner podcast . He also mentions some other company, but we won't talk about them :) Give it a listen!
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    Screencasts, more screencasts, plus some scripts.

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    Oddly enough, this week was a banner week for data mining screencast references. I took some internal strategy training, and was asked by several attendees for links to the screencasts that I made (on the download page ) and received two (maybe three...
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    A data mining survey

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    Karl Rexer of Rexer analytics has taken up a hobby of implementing a somewhat unscientific survey of data mining users to determine trends in the industry - see what kinds of software people are using - all that kind of stuff. In Karl's own words: ...
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