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New Visualizations for Cognos Analytics in the Catalog - Aug 2020!

Looking for a Parallel coordinate, Organizational Chart, Examples on using Google charts, echarts, Fusioncharts or Highcharts? Then take a look at the Accelerator Catalog! In June we added a handful of custom visualization to support your needs for more visualizations out-of-the-box, ready-to...

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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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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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Cognos Analytics Newsletter - February 2020

Product News 11.1.5 See what's new with Cognos Analytics version 11.1.5 . Smarter intent-based modeling, members in data tree, show SQL, and so much more! Read blog . A step-by-step guide to use schematics/non-geo mapping in reporting. Enhancements to...

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Making it even Easier to Explore your data in 11.1.4

Recent improvements to the Exploration experience in Cognos Analytics make it easier for you to get an overall picture of your data and to get started exploring. Rather than dropping you immediately into a relationship diagram, we’ll help you get your bearings by offering ways for you to...

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From participants to Design Partners: Co-creation at IBM Business Analytics

Have you ever used a splash stick on your Starbucks lid? You know that clever little green stick that prevents unwelcome spills in your car or on your commute and makes team coffee runs possible? Well, did you know that little invention was actually inspired by a Starbucks customer?...

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