Datamarts DEFINITION: A data mart is a repository of data gathered from operational data and other sources that is designed to serve a particular community of knowledge workers. In scope, the data may derive from an enterprise-wide database or data warehouse or be more specialized. The emphasis of a data mart is on meeting the specific demands of a particular group of knowledge users in terms of analysis, content, presentation,
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This paper discusses how the shift to in-memory analytics will make time-to-value in countless business decisions accelerate, changing the pace of adoption and integrated analytics within the enterprise. Learn how in-memory analytics is going to change everything about your enterprise.
BusinessWeek Research Services (BWRS) launched a research program in April 2009 to determine the attitudes and opinions of C-level executives with regard to the use and value of business analytics. This paper reviews a portion of the research and provides analysis and insights on the topic of business analytics.
In the following paper, we briefly describe, and illustrate from examples, what we believe are the “Top 10” mistakes of data mining, in terms of frequency and seriousness. Most are basic, though a few are subtle. All have, when undetected, left analysts worse off than if they’d never looked at their data.
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