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Witalij Rudnicki

In the previous blog Graph algorithms in SAP HANA… we used some most common graph algorithms – Neighborhood, Strongly Connected, Shortest Path – built into SAP HANA to explore the graph workspace “SFLIGHT”.”CONNECTIONS_C” in the Graph Visualizer. But what

In the previous blog SAP HANA Graph visualizes SFLIGHT data we loaded SFLIGHT data into SAP HANA instance and created the graph workspace “SFLIGHT”.”CONNECTIONS_C”. Then using built-in Graph Visualizer in Database Explorer we could visualize the graph.

The idea for this post came from a joke during a conversation with Bartosz Jarkowski on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Sygyzmundovych/status/1016289331714121730 Hmm… Why should not try testing knowledge from recent openSAP course “Analyzing Connected Data with SAP HANA Graph” using that

This month people around our blue planet celebrated The World Oceans Day to honor the ocean, which connects us all. It’s been 10 years since the United Nations officially recognized 8 June as World Oceans Day.

In my previous #GeospatialTuesday blog Calculating a path from IoT GPS data I shared how to create a LineString representing a path connecting the points represented by two decimal columns with latitude and longitude in the table.

Last week I had a pleasure of doing another SAP CodeJam on the topic of SAP HANA and geospatial data processing. This time in Istanbul. My plane landed in Atatürk Airport, which is located in European

On May 19 we had our 4th SAP Inside Track organized here in Wrocław, Poland (#sitWRO 2018). The road to it was as usual. I found this chart in some old article online about 10 years ago, yet it

Are you interested in getting into the exciting world of processing geospatial data using SQL capabilities of SAP HANA? it is easy to start with creating your own instance of SAP HANA, express edition and