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Creating Histograms in Web Intelligence with Adjustable Bucket Sizes

Introduction This article looks at how to create a histogram in Web Intelligence and makes use of input controls to allow the user to automatically adjust the histogram's bucket size. Histograms is a charting technique used to analyse the distribution of a set of data for example a business analyst may use a histogram to… Continue reading Creating Histograms in Web Intelligence with Adjustable Bucket Sizes

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Analysis of Joiners and Leavers

Introduction This article looks at different techniques to analyse joiners and leavers using Web Intelligence. Analysing joiners and leavers is where you need to understand the change in membership of a set, for example, products moving in and out of your top 10 sales. If you are able to identify which key products that are… Continue reading Analysis of Joiners and Leavers

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Linear Regression Analysis and Web Intelligence

This article looks at how to do linear regression analysis in Web Intelligence. Linear regression is a statistical technique for analysing data in order to obtain a measure of correlation between two variables where the relationship between the variables is expected to be linear. Web Intelligence does not contain a full set of formula for… Continue reading Linear Regression Analysis and Web Intelligence

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When analysis is better using Web Intelligence than Excel

This article compares data analysis using Web Intelligence to the same workflow using Microsoft Excel and for the given scenario demonstrates why using Web Intelligence is quicker, easier and less error prone. The objective here is not to show that in all cases Web Intelligence is better than Excel rather to highlight that there are… Continue reading When analysis is better using Web Intelligence than Excel

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Calculating Geometric Mean in Web Intelligence

A geometric mean is an average that is useful for sets of numbers that are interpreted according to their product and not their sum as is the case with the more commonly known arithmetic mean. An example of where you would use a geometric mean is in financial reporting when you want to calculate the… Continue reading Calculating Geometric Mean in Web Intelligence