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Using R in SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)

SQL Server Reporting services (SSRS) is an outstanding tool for creating, deploying and managing paginated, mobile, KPI reports as well as Power BI reports. Tool provides simple way to share and get data insights in your corporate environment. (Photo source:

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R or Python? Python or R? The ongoing debate.

On every SQL community event, where there could be a cluster of sessions dedicated to BI or analytics, I would have people asking me, “which one would you recommend?” or “which one I  prefer?” So, questions about recommendation and preferences

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SQL Saturday statistics – Web Scraping with R and SQL Server

I wanted to check a simple query: How many times has a particular topic been presented and from how many different presenters. Sounds interesting, tackling the problem should not be a problem, just that the end numbers may vary, since

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Comparing performance on dplyr package, RevoScaleR package and T-SQL on simple data manipulation tasks

Long I wanted to test a simple data manipulation tasks and compare the execution time, ease of writing the code and simplicity between T-SQL and R package for data manipulation. Couple of packages I will mention for data manipulations are

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Data science show at SQL Server Radio

SQL Server Radio with Matan Yungman (info | twitter| company ) and Guy Glantser (info | twitter | company ) was hosting me for SQL Server radio 52th series. Main topic was discussion on  data science, statistics, who data scientist

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Running multiple correlations with R and T-SQL

Getting to know the data is always an interesting part of data science. With R integration into SQL Server, the exploration part is still part of the game. Usual way to get some statistics out of the dataset is to

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Faux pas of data science

Data scientist has been the “sexiest” job  for the past years mostly thanking to all the buzzword bubble created around it. With emergence of so called Big Data came the need of new word formulation. And it is very much

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