Open source business intelligence and OLAP for Healthcare

I've been working on implementing a data warehouse based on open source tools. The actual information system that produces the data runs on Microsoft Sql Server and other MS technologies. I have been asked to implement a minimum cost solution, zero if possible. It appears that some parts of the open source business intelligence domain … Continue reading Open source business intelligence and OLAP for Healthcare

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Google web toolkit, one step away from revolution

Ok, let's just accept it, web is not what it used to be anymore. I will not go into details but web user interfaces have accepted and embraced javascript. About five years ago, I was busy trying to build a user interface based on javascript tricks for an electronic claim processing system, and it was … Continue reading Google web toolkit, one step away from revolution

Looking for trouble? Try Bayesian Artificial Intelligence‚Ķ

Ok, I'll be honest, I've always been into probabilistic methods, for they somehow "fit" into my way of thinking. There is something about probabilistic methods, and probability theory; you are either suitable to work with it or not; you either love the field, or hate it. I'm the kind of guy who has some love … Continue reading Looking for trouble? Try Bayesian Artificial Intelligence‚Ķ

Looking for trouble? Try Bayesian Artificial Intelligence…

Ok, I'll be honest, I've always been into probabilistic methods, for they somehow "fit" into my way of thinking. There is something about probabilistic methods, and probability theory; you are either suitable to work with it or not; you either love the field, or hate it. I'm the kind of guy who has some love … Continue reading Looking for trouble? Try Bayesian Artificial Intelligence…