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Data science for all – an open source approach to education

Today is an exciting day for me. After months of hard work, IBM, the University of Pennsylvania, and the Linux Foundation are announcing an innovative, first-of-a-kind open source project that will enable universities around the world to build Data Science programs faster. With IBM’s investment...

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Getting oriented in IBM #Planning Analytics for Microsoft Excel

As a new user, sometimes you may find user interfaces daunting and intimidating. Luckily, IBM Planning Analytics for Microsoft Excel provides a user interface that's easy to grasp and get oriented in! In IBM Planning Analytics for Microsoft Excel, there are only four main areas to the user...

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IBM #Cognos Analytics Learning Center

The IBM Cognos Analytics Learning Center is a great resource for just in time learning on topics that matter to you. It provides access to short videos demonstrating the product and it's capabilities, and links to additional information and resources about IBM Cognos Analytics. It is intuitively...

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Storytelling enhancements in Cognos Analytics 11.0.6

With the release of 11.0.6 we have added additional guided journey templates, more animations, made it easier to work with the timeline and pins. New Guided Journey Templates Guided journey now contains four new templates to allow users to tell their stories in more engaging ways. One of...

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Data without a story is like a palette without a painting

A, B, C, D…we have 26 alphabet characters in the English language. We have 2 versions of each, upper and lower case. That gives us 52 characters from which to form words. This is the data. But have you ever wondered where “upper and lower case” came from? In the early days of printing, each...

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