• What will be the next big thing for technology in 2013?

    As the technology world heads into the new year, many people are predicting exciting changes; particularly in the mobile, big data and security sectors. What do you think will be the next big thing for technology in 2013?

    Michael Tidmarsh34,110 pointsBadges:
  • Importing data into SQL server from Intersystem Cache Database

    I have been trying to import data to SQL Server 2012 R2 from Cache database (Inter system Cache). How could I do it? I have tried by using SSIS through which I can export data to Cache? Am I going in the right way? Please help me? Thanks in advance

    nagakrishna5 pointsBadges:
  • Effect size and significance

    I want to use Students' Treatment Total Score and Control Group Total Score, and measure 'difference between the scores'. And then I want to measure effect size and Significance for each 'difference' score. How can I do this in SPSS?

    Touching10 pointsBadges:
  • Save to older version of SPSS

    Can I save a version 20 .sav file to an older version, such as 17?

    dganster5 pointsBadges:
  • LSD Intervals in mean plots

    I need to illustrate a mean plot with LSD intervals via SPSS, can anybody help me to do that?

    Narciss10 pointsBadges:
  • STAR JOIN command in SPSS

    Does anyone know what the STAR JOIN command is doing in SPSS version 21? It is the new MERGE files command and I am having trouble with it. When a case from the active data set contains a value that is not in the keyed data set it just stops at that case and will not finish the command. With MATCH...

    IRspecialist20 pointsBadges:
  • Are current data centers able to run efficient enough?

    There's a big initiative by the government to consolidate data centers as a way to save billions of dollars. My question is, do these current data centers run efficiently already on their own? I have a client, Ironbow and Dell, that would like to hear feedback from IT folks within government...

    E32crew15 pointsBadges:
  • What’s your biggest data problem? (Answer to win a free book)

    Data management is of growing concern now, and there are lots of ways to tame the beast. What issues has your organization had with managing or analyzing data? Have you come up with any solutions yet?We'll give a free copy of Making Sense of NoSQL (read an excerpt here) to the member who offers up...

    Ben Rubenstein8,140 pointsBadges:
  • Hadoop on AS/400

    Hi, Can anyone advice if we can have have BIG Data: Hadoop framework on IBM Iseries platform? If yes, how?

    Dbhatia65 pointsBadges:
  • SPSS Missing Data

    My Excel file has 318 cases. When I run SPSS Descriptives, results show only 289 cases. The results obviously differ. How can I get SPSS to read all of the Excel data points?

    Imidle25 pointsBadges:
  • Easy / Quick way to create interaction variable composites for Logistic Regression

    I am using SPSS and have about 300 variables (categorical, scalar and ordinal) to model. I want to an Easy / Quick way to create interaction variable composites for Logistic Regression where interactions exist. R does this automatically and creates about 158 composites (variables that have...

    SPSS12345 pointsBadges:
  • connection manager for Sql server 7 database in ssis 2012

    Hi,I created a connection manager to connect to sql server 7 database. After entering user name and password, no databases appear in the list.Does SSIS 2012 support sql server 7?Thanks.

    esch10 pointsBadges:
  • spss

    How do i combine variables in spss

    Jseheult5 pointsBadges:
  • SSIS 2008 R2 Change Configuration File Location

    Starting with SSIS 2008, the /conf option no longer overrides the location of a configuration file. The dtexec documentation states to use the /SET option to override its location. My problem is I can not figure out the syntax to change c:\foo.dtsconfig to d:\foo.dtsconfig.

    Notjust5 pointsBadges:
  • from 1 to 1440 in SPSS

    First: How do i create a time serie in spss from 1 to 1440 (1440 rows)? Second: if this is to be done in a time format (00:01, 00:02, 00:03........23:59) how can I do that? THX

    JakobH5 pointsBadges:
  • filtering data in spss

    I have a large, publicly available data set that I must analyze with PASW 18. I wish to only use a subset of this data (respondents who answered "yes" to "have you ever been told by a doctor that you have diabetes" for data analysis. Any advice? I have tried everything I know.

    Cfarrpalmer5 pointsBadges:
  • Database Analytics

    How prevalent are in-database analytics today? Is everyone doing it?

    Adamdavis0 pointsBadges:
  • Reg:Problem with SSAS

    Hi team, This is the first time i registered in such communities. I have a problem with SSAS. We planned for a migration from 2005 to sql 2008 which also involves cubes. I am trying to point out SSAS 2005 cubes to 2008 sql server. Is it possible to do this way or do I need to first migrate the...

    48102145 pointsBadges:
  • Setup SSIS for a group of developers.

    I newbie and I need help here. We are doing a new MS SQL and BI setup for our developers here. We have a team of 12 developers here doing different projects. We have one server with MS SQL being installed. This single MS SQL will be setup with each individual database for the projects that the 12...

    Cnboon5 pointsBadges:
  • The SSIS 2008 R2 job does not complete execution

    I have an SSIS package created in 2005 SP2. I have compiled this and is sheculed to run under SQL Server 2008 R2, which connects to a SQL Server 2005 database. What the package does. 1.The package FTP's some files to the local folder. I verified to confirm the files are downloaded correctly. 2....

    Iamhere98025 pointsBadges:

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