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  • Visualizing global discussions with Exasol, Tableau and the Twitter API
    Visualizing global discussions with Exasol, Tableau and the Twitter API
    Kevin Lynch, the Information Lab Ireland; Gayan Peiris, UN SDG Action Campaign; Eva Murray, Exasol Recorded: Nov 13 2018 54 mins
    Following the data collection and transformation processes described in the previous webinar, phase 2 of our project was to visualize the data around the global Twitter discussions surrounding the UN General Assembly.
    Kevin Lynch from the Information Lab Ireland developed a comprehensive dashboard to bring the data to life and highlight the demographics of users as well as the topics discussed by them during and after the event.

    Join us for a walkthrough of the process, the connections to the data, the analysis and visualization approach and a demo of the dashboard.
    Kevin Lynch will present his work in Tableau and will be joined by Gayan Peiris, Digital Strategist at the UN SDG Action Campaign, who will share how the outputs are being used by his team and beyond.
  • Analyzing global discussions with Exasol, Alteryx and the Twitter API
    Analyzing global discussions with Exasol, Alteryx and the Twitter API
    Natasha Kurakina, The Data School; William Guicheney, The Data School; Eva Murray, Exasol Recorded: Oct 16 2018 57 mins
    A small team of data experts collaborated to collect, analyze and visualize Twitter data from the UN General Assembly. In this webinar we will take you through the data collection, preparation, transformation and loading process and show a live demo of the Alteryx workflow that was used.
    Join us, ask questions during the webinar and see how you could easily build a data pipeline to collect information about a specific event or initiative.
    This webinar is targeted at any level of expertise, we will explain concepts, processes and individual steps taken with the different tools.
  • Turning Big Data into insights
    Turning Big Data into insights
    Andy Kriebel, Head Coach and Tableau Zen Master at The Data School Recorded: Jul 10 2018 59 mins
    Join Andy Kriebel as he provides you with a step-by-step approach to analyzing big data. Andy will interrogate 724 million UK prescriptions in Exasol to identify insights and show you how to focus the analysis to tell a compelling story. Sign up and get answers to your questions during this webinar and learn how you can use publicly hosted data sets for your own analyses.
  • The path to an automated data warehouse built on Exasol’s in-memory database
    The path to an automated data warehouse built on Exasol’s in-memory database
    Glen Dawson, Sr Solution Architect at Wherescape & Dan Shuttleworth, Principal Consultant at Exasol Recorded: Jul 5 2018 61 mins
    What will you learn?

    Learn how WhereScape allows you build, change and operate your data warehouse via a drag-and-drop GUI, then auto-generates the corresponding code and deploys it with ELT. This removes human error and the need for hand coding, enabling you to benefit from Exasol’s rapid in-memory analytics faster, with less resource.

    The session will show you:

    • How data automation works and how it will change your working life
    • The advantages of using Exasol’s in-memory database
    • Why to use ELT not ETL, and how to make the transition
  • Create the ultimate shopping experience : Real-Time Analytics in Retail
    Create the ultimate shopping experience : Real-Time Analytics in Retail
    Adam Roach, Consulting Manager at Javelin & Sam Sibley, Account Manager at Exasol Recorded: Jun 28 2018 49 mins
    Retail has reached a point where multiple forces are driving irreversible changes in the industry, with outstanding or negative impacts. However, retailers that have embraced digital innovation are thriving. The future of commerce is now a new era where experiences are omni-channels and where digital is omnipresent.

    As Retail is becoming more and more omni-channel, you are able to gather tons of data, but in most respects, it’s deeply uninformative. Analytics might help you to contextualize this data, but how do you make sure that you gather insights fast enough to stay ahead of the pack?

    Big Retail and e-commerce names are relying on Javelin know-how and Exasol’s database to get near real-time analytics, and transform data into actionable inputs.

    Join us to benefit of their experience
  • Success Story: Exasol helps Piedmont Healthcare’s Infection Control
    Success Story: Exasol helps Piedmont Healthcare’s Infection Control
    Interview of Mark Jackson / Head of Business Intelligence at Piedmont Healthcare Recorded: May 30 2018 3 mins
    Piedmont is a not-for-profit healthcare provider consisting of 8 hospitals and 1674 beds based around the Atlanta Metro area.
    In 2016 alone they served over 2 million patients, with plans to increase its footprint further in 2018 with the addition of 3 more hospitals to the network.
    The business intelligence and data architecture teams are comprised of 24 people, who are responsible for compiling and disseminating the healthcare provider’s enormous amount of raw and highly sensitive data to its planning and analysis groups, and relevant hospital decision makers.
  • Success Story: Exasol puts data at the core of the leader in ticketing
    Success Story: Exasol puts data at the core of the leader in ticketing
    Interview of Dr. Ulrich Fricke / Head of Information Management & Technology Recorded: May 30 2018 2 mins
    Organisations have woken up to the realisation that they need to become data-driven. Simultaneously, IT is under pressure to create a single consolidated view of all the available data.

    Eventim sells hundreds of millions of tickets through multiple online platforms. The question it asked itself was how best to consolidate and leverage this data?

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