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Analytics is the discovery and communication of meaningful patterns in data. Especially valuable in areas rich with recorded information, analytics relies on the simultaneous application of statistics, computer programming and operations research to quantify performance. Specifically, areas within analytics include predictive analytics, prescriptive analytics, enterprise decision management, retail analytics, store assortment and stock-keeping unit optimization, marketing optimization and marketing mix modeling, web analytics, sales force sizing and optimization, price and promotion modeling, predictive science, credit risk analysis, and fraud analytics.

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The search for the perfect social sharing platform can make you feel a bit like Goldilocks. Some platforms deliver well in one area and fail in another. In this article, I evaluate three well-known social platforms—Buffer, CoSchedule, and Hootsuite—and compare and contrast offerings.
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Veeam PN for Microsoft Azure is a FREE solution designed to simplify and automate the setup of a DR site in Microsoft Azure using lightweight software-defined networking. It reduces the complexity of VPN deployments and is designed for businesses of ALL sizes.

I have installed the Google Analytics UA tracking code on my site about three months ago and on Thursday put up a self-hosted video (e.g. not through YouTube, but rather in the file structure of the site).

Do I need to do anything (in Google Analytics) to get the statistics of how many people watched the video and for how long?

Thanks for your help.
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Suppose you had a MS Skype Analytics Call that was marked GOOD, with no jitter and 1% average packet loss. But the call shows Maximum Packet Loss of 65% and the user was not happy with their call. Is there any means to get more details as to the distribution of high packet loss during the call? e.g. with there 10 moments of high packet loss between 40 and 65% during the 30 minute call? Or was there just one occurrence of 10 seconds near the end of the call where 65% loss was noted and recorded? Thank you.
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Imagine that you have a Skype client on a Windows 10 laptop - wired 1Gbps connection to a LAN with no bottlenecks and 10Gbps to the Internet which is but 10% used at most. The one odd thing is that packets to the MS Edge server take 80ms to get there but 108ms to get from that edge to your PC. The question: could this asymmetry of send/receive latency result in higher than usual Maxiumum Packet Loss? How exactly is "Max packet loss" measured? What is the condition that causes Skype analytics to consider a voice packet "lost"?
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Hi,

what is the diff between MariaDB ColumnStore 1 0  and MS SQL SSIS + SSAS ? if MariaDB ColumnStore 1 0   ?
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Starting November 20th, certain Windows 7 workstations in the office have been running HP Touchpoint Analytics Client. I've found numerous posts on both how to download and how to remove this software, but I seem unable to find info on what it is?

What is it?
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J have an e-commerce website and I don't use cookies, however, I know that Woo-Commerce does use cookies throughout the checkout process and I'm pretty sure that Google Analytics uses cookies.  Is there a good Privacy Policy Template out there that addresses Cookies even though my site pages don't use them but my Woo-Commerce Checkout does?

I want to place something on my site Privacy Policy but don't know what.
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Simulator games are perfect for generating sample realistic data streams, especially for learning data analysis. It is even useful for demoing offerings such as Azure stream analytics, PowerBI etc.
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Hi all -- I'm taking a quick straw-poll of tools that can be easily integrated into MS Access to provide better on-the-fly graphing capabilities. I'm OK with buying a license for something but it needs to be launchable/controllable from within Access, and it needs to work really well -- e.g., produce some nice-looking graphs and pie charts. If the graphs are clickable to show details, that's a bonus. For those of you who've been down this path before, what's your go-to and why? Oh, yeah -- I'm not considering Excel as an answer, either...! :)
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I have a picture of a company's logo but I don't remember the name of the company.

This logo is unique and I have several saved digital pictures of this logo.

How can I perform a Google search to see what websites contain this logo?
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We have an email system that routes emails to various entities based on the subject.  The account is gmail. We periodically delete emails from the outlook client, but "do not delete emails from server" was selected. We can see them if we log on to gmail via a browser. how do we get those emails back onto the outlook client?  We need to export to CSV and run analytics on how many things went where and when.  There are 13,000 emails so manual isn't an option.

Thanks
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I have a lot of outlook emails. We end up servicing lots of different groups on different topics. Do you know of some email analytics software that loops through my outlook emails and suggest things like: what topics most discusses, which teams most helped, what times is the average time needed to resolve an email thread etc.
I am just trying to understand if there is an option in the market, that allows me to understand my where most of my time, commitment and resources are going.

Thanks
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On draftings fantasy head to heads, I have a strong suspicion that the people who do the best use Neural Nets, or a combination with rules based AI to choose their infallible teams. There are some accounts that are always winning.
Is this correct?
I can usually do pretty well on my own, but never stratospheric.
For NBA Fantasy, what would you use as my feed-ins to a neural net? and outputs? All available stats input-> some rating value system output? Does draftings provide sheets of stats? I'd need to include season results as they occur. Should I pick franchise player first and then build around that selection? Build up evaluation system of each player, game by game? But will they be a good choice against the opponent? It's not even clear which point guard will guard each shooter.  Is NBA not suited to fantasy AI ?

Should I break my NFL offense needs up into smallest blocks, eg offensive line, receivers/tight-ends, SA Spurs NBA center and guards? - and choose single positions based on prior-season stats, like QB, then ensuring none of my receivers are on my opposing defense's team to my QB? Cause you don't want choices to conflict, points wise

Thanks
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Hello,

We have a few clients who use some custom apps on SQL at their locations. Now, we want to have these DB's replicate to say a Cloud server - so we can have full live copy there for some analytics we'd like to run on them. How can i get this done?
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Normally I've seen MOS scores on a 1 to 5 point scale. But in Skype for Business Call Analytics they're expressed a decimal. e.g.

Average network degradation 0.009717 MOS

What are they saying? Is that a 4.93 MOS score?
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I work for a organization with a large website. I have been asked to provide the following stats from 2016 about the website:

  • total number of web pages on our website
  • total number of page linked to a newsletter

Regarding bullet number two: A friend suggested that I use Campaigns to track pages being linked to newsletters, which I assume would mean creating a different campaign for every newsletter link. I can do that going forward in 2018, but that doesn't help me find the stats for 2016.


Can I retrieve the 2016 stats for both bullets from GA and how would I do so? If it can not be retrieved from GA, please offer suggestions on how I may find this information.
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Here's an interesting analysis on all of the FCC comments submitted about Net Neutrality.

https://www.gravwell.io/blog/discovering-truth-through-lies-on-the-internet-fcc-comments-analyzed

A very small minority of comments are unique -- only 17.4% of the 22,152,276 total. The highest occurrence of a single comment was over 1 million.


Most comments were submitted in bulk and many come in batches with obviously incorrect information -- over 1,000,000 comments in July claimed to have a pornhub.com email address

Bot herders can be observed launching the bots -- there are submissions from people living in the state of "{STATE}" that happen minutes before a large number of comment submissions

...

One thing is certain about what we have found so far, though. The opinions of commenters using the organic website form submission and those whose comments were submitted in bulk or by bots differ wildly. This forces us to conclude that either the very act of going to the FCC comment site and providing a comment is only attractive to those of a certain political leaning, or that the bulk submission information is full of lies.
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I have a database over 300,000 records long. Each record represents a different item. We have grouped similar items together utilizing a group ID number shown in the row label column of the attached file. Based on this group ID, I have a pivot table with over 57,000 rows.  The first row shows the group ID number. The next row shows the item description and in the column to the right, the total for that description. The majority of the rows show a single description per group ID number. However, some have multiple descriptions that differ. Each group ID number section ends with a total line. (Sorry, this is how I received the data.) Is there some method I can utilize to identify the group ID numbers that have multiple entries? (formatting, formula, VBS???) I need to validate each item description to ensure it is accurate on the group ID's with multiple entries only. I am currently scrolling down the list and visually identifying each group with multiple descriptions. I greatly appreciate any assistance. thank you for your time.
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I would like to have better analytics of call quality over time. Is there any way to have a server at each site and run a nailed up simulated call between the two and gather metrics like loss, jitter, MOS, latency etc etc? Anything from MS? Other?
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Hi,

I have built a small wordpress widget that floats in the bottom right hand corner of my client's website(s), so that their users can click it to make a payment to them... which simply redirects the user to my payment platform / website where my customer has an account.

FLOW - widget sits on clientwebsite.com and when they click it, the customer is brought to mysplink.com/abc (their payment profile on splink)

QUESTION
I need to be able to track how many users land on mysplink.com from a widget that sits on another site.

I was thinking of using something like mysplink.com/abc/ref=widget-abc and then i can view that in Google Analytics?

01 - would this approach be the best way to do this?

02 - any other advice on approaches would be greatly appreciated

Thank you in advance for your help.
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Hi all,

I need an idiots guide to tracking forwarded pages.  I understand most of the concepts, but the analytics interface is mostly a mess to my eyes.  Here are my intentions:

1) custom domain  example.com , example.com/1 and example.com/2 exist
2) each independent URL forward to the same destination contoso.com (where tracking is up and running fine)
3) Be able to track and trace the traffic hitting example.com, example.com/1 and example.com/2

Tools at my disposal:

1) Full access to analytics on example.com and contoso.com
2) Full domain access at the registrar level
3) Webserver control for example.com (using plesk, have Wordpress installed to it right now in an attempt to make it easier for client to do some of the page creation, but can abandon in favour of custom php pages index.php, 1.php and 2.php for instance)

If there is a clear and concise document(s) already written, please link.  When I go hunting, I find people with posts that tell half the story.

Cheers,
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Please provide me with the exact steps on how to setup a Google calendar within Windows Outlook 2016.
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Hi All way back in the day I created my first SharePoint Intranet for the company I still work at, I used SQL and Performance Point Services and Visual to create a cube and display Company Data via the Dashboards using BI

I have since created a new SharePoint 2016 Farm and cannot see how to use performance point etc, I have installed via the admin panel but I do not know how to access it.

I need to brush up on my skills but any help would be much appreciated
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Hi,

We have a small SAAS platform which various companies use to sell basic products. Each company get's their own shop profile on our platform, which they can share and advertise via social media and other channels... so that customers can buy their products.

We would like to provide our customers with analytics to show where their hits and sales are coming from most. For example, if they share their profile by:

- Facebook
- Email
- Twitter

A - where do the majority of their views come from

B - where do the majority of sales come from

Is there any 3rd party software that we could integrate to do this OR should we look at building something from scratch?

Thank you in advance for your help.
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Analytics is the discovery and communication of meaningful patterns in data. Especially valuable in areas rich with recorded information, analytics relies on the simultaneous application of statistics, computer programming and operations research to quantify performance. Specifically, areas within analytics include predictive analytics, prescriptive analytics, enterprise decision management, retail analytics, store assortment and stock-keeping unit optimization, marketing optimization and marketing mix modeling, web analytics, sales force sizing and optimization, price and promotion modeling, predictive science, credit risk analysis, and fraud analytics.