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Extract real, actionable business intelligence using DMX

Practical DMX Queries for SQL Server Analysis Services shows how to write DMX queries within Microsofts BI stack. This solutions-based guide contains more than 240 DMX queries that can be immediately applied across a wide variety of BI-related problems. It begins with fundamental principles and simple queries and rapidly progresses to complex and sophisticated queries. The book is structured as follows:

  • Query: Introduction and description of query and its use
  • Syntax: Complete syntax
  • Result: Screen shot showing the data returned from the Analysis Services data mining model by the query
  • Analysis: Analysis of the results and tips for customization

Specific emphasis is placed on writing DMX for use within Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) connected to Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) – however, the techniques and queries can also be utilized across Reporting Services (SSRS), Integration Services (SSIS), WinForms and WebForms, and in a large variety of third-party front-ends.

Practical DMX Queries for SQL Server Analysis Services:

  • Includes 240+ ready-to-use, easily customizable DMX queries, all available for download
  • Features a practical, hands-on approach with a minimum of difficult concepts and theory
  • Explains how to visualize actionable BI
  • Shows how to surface knowledge discovery and make informed predictions quickly
  • Helps to dramatically improve analysis and decision-making skills

Complete coverage of DMX queries

Cases Queries; Content Queries; Prediction Queries with Decision Trees; Prediction Queries with Time Series; Prediction and Cluster Queries with Clustering; Prediction Queries with Association and Sequence Clustering; DDL (data definition language) Queries; Schema and Column Queries

Book News Annotation:

Tennick, an experienced database designer, presents a collection of instructions and examples for writing Data Mining Extension (DMX) queries for Microsoft Server Analysis Services 2008, providing step-by-step instructions for crafting increasingly useful and complex tools for business intelligence applications. The work covers case queries, content queries, prediction queries with decision trees and time series, clustering, data definition language queries and schema and column queries. A collection of appendices discuss the use of several graphical queries. The work includes screen shots and numerous code examples and access to an online version of the text is provided. The provided examples require two working instances of SQL Server Analysis Services 2008. Information about setting up the Adventure Works Mining Models is included. Annotation ©2011 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Synopsis:

250+ Ready-to-Use, Powerful DMX Queries

Transform data mining model information into actionable business intelligence using the Data Mining Extensions (DMX) language. Practical DMX Queries for Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services 2008 contains more than 250 downloadable DMX queries you can use to extract and visualize data. The application, syntax, and results of each query are described in detail. The book emphasizes DMX for use in SSMS against SSAS, but the queries also apply to SSRS, SSIS, DMX in SQL, WinForms, WebForms, and many other applications. Techniques for generating DMX syntax from graphical tools are also demonstrated in this valuable resource. View cases within data mining structures and models using DMX Case queries Examine the content of a data mining model with DMX Content queries Perform DMX Prediction queries based on the Decision Trees algorithm and the Time Series algorithm Run Prediction and Cluster queries based on the Clustering algorithm Execute Prediction queries with Association and Sequence Clustering algorithms Use DMX DDL queries to create, alter, drop, back up, and restore data mining objects Display various parameters for each algorithm with Schema queries Examine the values of discrete, discretized, and continuous structure columns using Column queries Use graphical interfaces to generate Prediction, Content, Cluster, and DDL queries Deliver DMX query results to end users

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About the Author

Art Tennick has worked in relational database design and SQL queries for more than 20 years and multidimensional database design, cubes, and DMX and MDX queries for 10 years. He has worked with several major corporations to implement BI solutions using Microsoft SQL Server, SSAS, SSIS, SSRS, and Excel 2010. Art is the author of several books and hundreds of articles for computer magazines in the U.S., UK, and Ireland. His web site is www.MrCube.net.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Cases Queries

Chapter 2 Content Queries

Chapter 3 Prediction Queries with Decision Trees

Chapter 4 Prediction Queries with Time Series

Chapter 5 Prediction and Cluster Queries with Clustering

Chapter 6 Prediction Queries with Association and Sequence Clustering

Chapter 7 DDL (data definition language) Queries

Chapter 8 Schema and Column Queries

Chapter 9 After You Finish

Appendix A Graphical Content Queries

Appendix B Graphical Prediction Queries

Appendix C Graphical DDL Queries

Product Details

ISBN:
9780071748667
Author:
Tennick, Art
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill/Osborne Media
Author:
Tennick Art
Subject:
Database Management - General
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Enterprise Applications - Business Intelligence
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Certification Guides - General
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Practical DMX Queries, SQL Server, Analysis Services, book, guide, how to, Art Tennick, cases, queries, content, prediction, decision trees, time series, cluster queries, clustering, association, sequence clustering, DDL, data definition language, schema,
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Practical DMX Queries, SQL Server, Analysis Services, book, guide, how to, Art Tennick, cases, queries, content, prediction, decision trees, time series, cluster queries, clustering, association, sequence clustering, DDL, data definition language, schema,
Subject:
Technical Skills
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Practical DMX Queries, SQL Server, Analysis Services, book, guide, how to, Art Tennick, cases, queries, content, prediction, decision trees, time series, cluster queries, clustering, association, sequence clustering, DDL, data definition language, schema,
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Practical DMX Queries, SQL Server, Analysis Services, book, guide, how to, Art Tennick, cases, queries, content, prediction, decision trees, time series, cluster queries, clustering, association, sequence clustering, DDL, data definition language, schema,
Subject:
Practical DMX Queries, SQL Server, Analysis Services, book, guide, how to, Art Tennick, cases, queries, content, prediction, decision trees, time series, cluster queries, clustering, association, sequence clustering, DDL, data definition language, schema,
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Practical DMX Queries, SQL Server, Analysis Services, book, guide, how to, Art Tennick, cases, queries, content, prediction, decision trees, time series, cluster queries, clustering, association, sequence clustering, DDL, data definition language, schema,
Subject:
Practical DMX Queries, SQL Server, Analysis Services, book, guide, how to, Art Tennick, cases, queries, content, prediction, decision trees, time series, cluster queries, clustering, association, sequence clustering, DDL, data definition language, schema,
Subject:
Database design
Copyright:
Publication Date:
October 2010
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
Professional and scholarly
Language:
English
Pages:
304
Dimensions:
9.125 x 7.375 in

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Computers and Internet » Computer Languages » SQL
Computers and Internet » Computers Reference » Enterprise Applications » Business Intelligence Tools
Computers and Internet » Computers Reference » General
Computers and Internet » Database » Design
Computers and Internet » Database » SQL
Computers and Internet » Software Engineering » Software Management

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"Synopsis" by , 250+ Ready-to-Use, Powerful DMX Queries

Transform data mining model information into actionable business intelligence using the Data Mining Extensions (DMX) language. Practical DMX Queries for Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services 2008 contains more than 250 downloadable DMX queries you can use to extract and visualize data. The application, syntax, and results of each query are described in detail. The book emphasizes DMX for use in SSMS against SSAS, but the queries also apply to SSRS, SSIS, DMX in SQL, WinForms, WebForms, and many other applications. Techniques for generating DMX syntax from graphical tools are also demonstrated in this valuable resource. View cases within data mining structures and models using DMX Case queries Examine the content of a data mining model with DMX Content queries Perform DMX Prediction queries based on the Decision Trees algorithm and the Time Series algorithm Run Prediction and Cluster queries based on the Clustering algorithm Execute Prediction queries with Association and Sequence Clustering algorithms Use DMX DDL queries to create, alter, drop, back up, and restore data mining objects Display various parameters for each algorithm with Schema queries Examine the values of discrete, discretized, and continuous structure columns using Column queries Use graphical interfaces to generate Prediction, Content, Cluster, and DDL queries Deliver DMX query results to end users

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