Yearly Archives: 2016

Quick R Christmas tree

Dear readers, Wish you all best in year 2017! Here is a little R code: library(ggplot2) dataset <- c(9,8,7,6,5,4,4.5,4,3,2,1,0.8,0.2) df <- data.frame(group = rep(c(“l”,”d”),                              each=length(dataset)),                  x = 1:length(dataset),                  y = c(dataset, dataset*-1)) ggplot() +   geom_bar(data =

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SQL Saturday Vienna 2017 #sqlsatVienna

SQL Saturday Vienna 2017 is just around the corner. On Friday, January 20, 2017, a lot of local and international speakers will gather to deliver sessions relating to SQL Server and all related services. With great agenda – available  here,

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R graphs and tables in Power BI Desktop

Power BI Desktop enable users to use R script visual for adding custom visualization generated with R language – regardless of R package used. Before using R script visual, you will need to enable it by setting path to R

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SQLSatSlovenia 2016

SQL Saturday Slovenia 2016 took place on 10th of December 2016 at the Faculty of Computer Science in Ljubljana, Slovenija. Event turned out –  as always – very great, with almost all of the international speakers and two Slovenian speakers.

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Detecting outliers and fraud with R and SQL Server on my bank account data – Part 1

Detecting outliers and fraudulent behaviour (transactions, purchases, events, actions, triggers, etc.) takes a large amount of experiences and statistical/mathetmatical background. One of the samples Microsoft provided with release of new SQL Server 2016 was using simple logic of Benford’s law.

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Microsoft MVP Award

On October 1st, 2016 humbled to be received Microsoft MVP Award. And today, October 17th, a special package awaited me at the post office. The award it self. The actual certificate to the MVP award for the Microsoft Data Platform

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Association Rules on WideWorldImporters and SQL Server R Services

Association rules are very handy for analyzing Retail data. And WWI database has really neat set of invoices that can be used to make a primer. Starting with following T-SQL query: USE WideWorldIMportersDW; GO ;WITH PRODUCT AS ( SELECT  

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