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Predictive Models, Mars to Earth – Part 1

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I'm not sure exactly why, but predictive analytics seems to be front and center for OpenBI as winter turns to spring. Existing customers, having built their BI platforms, appear ready to elevate from retrospective dashboards and OLAP cubes to prospective predictive models. And new customers are prioritizing analytics earlier now,  instead of relegating models to “phase 2 – after we've built the platform.”

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Comments (3)
Hi Steve,

Thanks for the links to the books.

I'm looking forward to your upcoming posts.

Regards,

Paul South Africa

Posted by Paul d | Tuesday, March 23 2010 at 3:03AM ET
Excellent article, Steve! How have you been?

Mike Tozer

Posted by Michael T | Thursday, March 25 2010 at 12:18PM ET
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