Month: January 2021

One of the main drawbacks of Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) is its lack of data visualization capabilities. The end-users feel forced to cross many hurdles for creating a simple bar graph or pie chart. OBIEE demands a tonne of technical know-how to create data visualization. The bottlenecks result in user frustration, as data […]

Introduction In this blog post, we’ll see the basic differences between Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) with examples. Though the terminologies, AI, and ML are usually used interchangeably in the business world by the non-technical folks, they both are slightly different from each other indeed.  If you’re new to AI and ML technologies, […]

When setting up reporting of any kind with your company’s often sensitive data, one of the critical questions to answer is – How can we effectively secure the data? Row Level Security (RLS) is a hot topic in the Tableau world. While it is possible to set up in Tableau Desktop it currently requires a […]

Data Concatenation is one of the data transformation steps used for simplifying data analytics. For data concatenation in Power BI, it is not necessary to create a separate column in your dataset for the concatenation. You can concatenate the data directly in the visuals as well. In this blog post, we’ll see the difference between […]

When connecting Power BI to Oracle BI (OBIEE/OAC/OAS) via BI Connector, it is good for non-technical users to learn the 9 Best Practices recommended by BI Connector. In this blog post, we’ll touch upon just 2 best practices that will help you eliminate most showstoppers and get going with your OBIEE data analytics! To start, […]