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Analyzing Cancer Healthcare Data Incidence with PowerPivot

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Author: Greg Beaumont Healthcare organizations swim in an ocean of data. Analysts in both healthcare organizations and research must tie together multiple disparate data sources in order to integrate the data required for a comprehensive analysis of patient care and operations. Microsoft PowerPivot is a valuable Business Intelligence (BI) tool for tying such disparate data

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What’s to blame, the data or the report?

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Author: Anand Pandya I was chatting the other day with a friend who was telling me a story about how they were being excoriated by their managers at work for a report that was published in the morning and the data was incorrect, so the executives were calling into question the integrity of the entire

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Why Best Practices Aren’t Always the Best Practice

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Author: Anand Pandya As a consultant, I often like to rest on the phrase “we approach our customers’ problems with best practice solutions”.  It’s a true statement, in that, all of the solutions I provide are born from the basics and best practices that have been defined and refined by people much smarter than me. 

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What is “Self-Service BI”?

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Author: Anand Pandya The term “self-service” means a lot of things to a lot of people.  In the most generic of sense, it means what it says, to serve yourself – as in gas pumps, salad bars and soda machines.  You have the ability to control volumes, content and mixtures to fit what you need

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