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New Visualizations for Cognos Analytics in the Catalog!

Looking for a Population, custom Waterfall, Gantt, Gas Gauge or an advanced Sankey? Then take a look at the Accelerator Catalog! Today, we have published a handful of new visualizations to the catalog - these are samples that are ready to use, but we also share the source code so you can...

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Collision visualization - part 2!

How do I take the Collision visualization from the documentation and connect it to data inside Cognos Analytics? Well, read on.... Custom Visualization was introduced in Cognos Analytics 11.1.4 in Oct 2019 and that allows everyone to import custom specific visualizations from any JavaScript...

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Fast track your analytics journey with the IBM Accelerator Catalog!

Analytics platforms like IBM Cloud Pak for Data and their composite products and services such as Cognos Analytics, Watson Studio, Planning Analytics and Watson Machine Learning are powerhouses of functionality ranging from data preparation and model building to plan management, data...

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The latest release of Cognos Analytics is here!

The latest release of Cognos Analytics 11.1.6 (R6) provides new and enhanced AI capabilities that make it faster and easier to create sophisticated dashboards and work with your data. There are a wide range of new capabilities that we are excited to share with you, and they range from,...

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What is new in Cognos 11.1.6 : Licensing

Ready to learn more about your data in Cognos Analytics? Explore is a new studio that was introduced to Cognos 11.1. It is a flexible workspace where you can explore new and existing assets to get more insight into your data. You can read more about explore here . When Cognos 11.1 was...

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New AI and Advanced Analytics capabilities in 11.1.6

Here's a quick recap of some of the latest improvements in AI and Advanced Analytics delivered in Cognos Analytics 11.1.6 AI Learning As of version 11.1.6, your usage and preferences are used in subsequent AI recommendations to provide a more personalized experience. For example, Cognos...

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What's new in Reporting 11.1.6

Data table When the rest of the world calls an object with rows and columns a table, we named it a List. The List in Cognos reporting is more than just a list. It’s a HTML table where authors can insert different types of objects inside. It is a powerful data container for authors who need...

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What's New in Cognos 11.1.6 Dashboards!

We’ve got another release of Cognos Analytics and with that it means an even better dashboard authoring experience for our users. Follow below and feel free to check out my demo on youtube as well. You may have noticed the investment we’ve made in our Crosstab visualization over the previous...

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The new Learn pane in Cognos Analytics 11.1.6

IBM Cognos Analytics users can now experience a new way to learn and get help. So what's new? When you log in to Cognos Analytics, you'll notice a new Learn pane open in your user interface. Or, if you are already logged in, you can click the Help icon and open the Learn pane. The cognitive help...

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Cognos Analytics with Jupyter Notebooks – An explicit walkthrough with common pitfalls and work arounds.

Prerequisites and Supported Software. The Build: The Cognos Analytics Server (the application tier, content manager, gateway) will need to be on the same build as the Jupyter Server. If there is a discrepancy in the builds, although the Jupyter Server may start up, it is likely one will...

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