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Data Flows in v4 of Oracle Data Visualization (in the new OAC as well as Desktop) is much improved, so let's look at creating a flow to :

  • Join together two datasets
  • Filter the columns
  • Create some bins
  • Add a new calculated column
  • Save the results as a singe data source that we can then analyze.

Our flow will eventually look like this .....

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We will start with one data set I have created, that being a spreadsheet of ficticious sales people and their travelling and renumeration.

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The second data set is a sheet of the sales people with the cars that they drive

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So let's get the basics out of the way and load them both up as data sets ....

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Data Visualization 12.2.3 ( aka v3 ) is now downloadable from here

 

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What a great upgrade it is, absolutely packed with new enhancements to increase the functionality and make data discovery even quicker. 

The trendlines (as shown above) now allow for additional functionality such as a %age confidence. 

There's new data sources too - we can even connect to BI Applications subject areas as well as analysis and folders.

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There's even enhancements in the dataflow so we can perform more manipulation of the data as we load it

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I'd do a demo of all the features, but Oracle have already done that in a nice little video suite which you can find here - which shows an overview and then some specifics - all of which are worth watching.

If you've any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.

 

 

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