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Since the previous blog (here) I have been learning and practicing SAP Visual Intelligence. There is always a new thing to learn. I will keep using it until the trial period finish. During the official visichat there were some interesting case studies and practices mentioned by Timo Elliott I looked at those and tried to do similar practice with the data that I use on daily basis. We have network monitoring, email and web security software. These software create logs which is sometime hard to understand or we take time to get to bottom. The reporting within these software are not really helpful either. So I decided to look at email security software and gather some data for creating visuals to learn SAP Visual Intelligence and improve my skills with this software and data. I have chosen the most basic data at this moment.

I have tried to address an issue where I am spending time releasing emails for users when it is blocked for specific reason. The users have been provided with an interface (web portal linked to server) where they can login and release the emails themselves but it seems they are not using it. I have created following video and this time I have tried to explain things in verbal.

Thanks for your time


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  1. Anthony Mendes

    Hat off to you for taking the time to share your knowledge about Visual Intelligence.

    I like the way you explained and used some of the features of Visual Intelligence such as enriched data,  manipulation data and how you created a measure.

    It was a pity I could not see the data to visualize your point of view.  I would recommend you zoom into the data so that the user like me  can also see the visual insight.

    A nice road towards the Data Geek Challenge. http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-31008

    I hope you plan on participating.

    Regards

    Tony

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    1. Angad Singh Post author

      Thanks Tony

      It is rewarding when such comments are made towards effort. I truly believe that I will need to zoom the data in detail so that I can pass on my point to others.

      Please do increase my knowledge by sharing such suggestions. Also, I will definitely look onto mentioned data challenge. Though, there is another one that I am looking forward to. http://bit.ly/15ZleTq At this moment, I am still trying understand the requirements.

      Sincerely

      Angad

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        1. Angad Singh Post author

          Thanks so much Tony.

          Though, I don’t have any experience in Business Objects BI Platform but I will definitely try to make it.

          Cheers

          Angad

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          1. Angad Singh Post author

            Just today, I was installing Business Objects BI Platform Edge Edition to learn. It did not work with current SQL server. So I will try it again with its on SQL Express version. I have registered for the MeetUp

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  2. Joshua Fletcher

    Hi Angad,

    Thanks for posting this – great use case for Visi and the video really helps explain the dataset and what you are trying to achieve.

    Thanks again for sharing your content and learning on SCN!

    Kind regards,

    Josh

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    1. Angad Singh Post author

      Hi Josh,

      Thanks for recognising the use case in my blog. SCN is such a good place to learn that you get valuable views from every aspect. I am going to meet Tony (Anthony Mendes) at upcoming BODEVS Meet Up in Melbourne. I am sure we will have some discussion about this there.

      Thanks again.

      Angad

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