• What’s they key to having a successful data analytics career?

    One of the key takeaways from this year's Enterprise Data World conference was how to have a successful career in data analytics. A good way to ensure it happens...conduct a self assessment. Would you agree? If not, what's the key to having a successful data analytics career?

    Michael Tidmarsh29,885 pointsBadges:
  • Data gathering solution??

    At my company we currently take all unit run notes down by hand and then use them to develop graphical representation of the actual time spent on each task. The notes differ from each operator and cause problems with inaccurate and lost information. I am looking into developing a system to have a...

    mcheengull5 pointsBadges:
  • DATAAREA

    I have a variable that contains the name of a data area How can I access the data area? Without using CL

    aldo40020 pointsBadges:
  • Steps to an improved data quality assurance plan?

    David Loshin has outlined his five steps to an improved data quality assurance plan.  Do his five steps cover everything needed?  What would be your five (or more) steps?

    Chris Leonard4,300 pointsBadges:
  • Data mining and warehousing

    State the salient differences between data query and knowledge query?

    masaka5 pointsBadges:
  • How do you teach data analysis to your enterprise clients?

    Facebook has the largest Hadoop cluster in the world, about 100 PB, which ingests 500 TB of new data every day.  But even this isn’t enough to collect and analyze all of the data necessary to run the site and support enterprise clients. By employing data discovery tools to transform data into...

    Chris Leonard4,300 pointsBadges:
  • Is there a way to catch data points you are missing?

    Is it possible to become so set in your ways of analysis that you begin to miss key data points?  If so, what tools are you aware of that can help you see your data in a new light? 

    Chris Leonard4,300 pointsBadges:
  • SQL update command to update certain digits in a row of a column with VARCHAR2(9) DATATYPE.

    Please I need an SQL command that I can use to update only the fourth and fifth digits in a particular column in an Oracle 9i database.The column has a VARCHAR2(9) datatype. My Oracle database is on Windows 2003 environment. Eg: The row in question reads '063150987' and I want to replace the fourth...

    IdongesitDaniel5 pointsBadges:
  • Count distinct rows on multiple columns

    I want to write a single query that counts each distinct Student ID from the following sample data. Sample Data: ID NAME PLAN DESCR --- ------- ---- ------------------- 101 Michael 010C Cafe- 10.00 Dollars 102 Adam 010C Cafe- 10.00 Dollars 102 Adam 05CC Cafe- 5.00 Dollars 103 Jane 010C Cafe- 10.00...

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  • Relation Between virtual memory, cache memory and RAM?

    Hi friends, Hope you all are doing fine. Actually, I am new in the networking field. Can anybody tell me the size relation between virtual, cache and RAM memory in Windows Operating systems? Thanks in advance.

    Balasaheb0 pointsBadges:
  • Data warehouse vs Database

    What is the difference between a database and a data warehouse?

    Gayle5 pointsBadges:
  • How to create our own set up file in VB 6.0

    Dear friends, I want to know how to create setup file of our project in VB 6.0. Wait...I know how to create setup file using package and deployment tool but I want to know how can I create a file in which we can include images, pictures, some animations. I mean setup file with our own ideas and...

    Rajevinayak0 pointsBadges:
  • Types of data

    I want to know the different types of data, their description and applications.

    122344520 pointsBadges:
  • Will the big data market continue at this explosive pace?

    The big data industry (Hadoop, NoSQL, and in-memory analytic engines) is booming as Wikibon predicts the market will exceed $47 billion by 2017. Wikibon analyst Jeff Kelly says while big data started out with the web companies, it's now taking off in almost every industry. Will the big data market...

    Michael Tidmarsh29,885 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the best way to deal with using personal data?

    When enterprises deal with big data, a fine line emerges between using public and personal information. While a company can't be responsible for personal data coming out in the public, simply using the data in models can lead to several legal and regulatory issues. What's the best way to deal with...

    Michael Tidmarsh29,885 pointsBadges:
  • HAWQ

    Is HAWQ Hadoop? HAWQ supports all common Hadoop formats can we combine Hive and PIG with HAWQ? Can we input a HIVE query or a PIG script into HAWQ?

    sandhiya5 pointsBadges:
  • Can in-memory computing handle big data demands?

    Big data may have met its match as in-memory computing has become one of the top 10 strategic technology trends of 2013, according to Gartner. Used by Google and Twitter, this approach allows easier access to data and provides better analysis. Do you think in-memory computing can handle big data...

    Michael Tidmarsh29,885 pointsBadges:
  • SPSS data entry problems

    When I try to enter data into SPSS, the program replaces my numbers with question marks as soon as I hit Enter to move to the next box.

    Ashlee5 pointsBadges:
  • Recoding URL in SPSS

    Hi, I have URLs as a string variable. I would like to recode them. For example if the URL has downloads, I would like to recode as Download center. How do I do this?

    Sricharan10 pointsBadges:
  • ALCOBJ on a Data area

    Hi , I have one program which starts a job , I do ALCOBJ on a dataarea so that if the job is already running and someone tries to start the job again i can show the error that job is running ALCOBJ OBJ((&LIBLDTAQ/&DTAAA *DTAARA *EXCL)) WAIT(0) MONMSG MSGID(CPF1002) EXEC(DO) SNDPGMMSG...

    asakla240 pointsBadges:

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