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IBM Big Data Hub Blog
  • How Watson Studio streamlines AI model development: Q&A with a lead architect
    by julianna-delua on July 10, 2020 at 3:00 pm

    Data science and AI teams can now use model development and deployment in IBM Watson Studio to simplify and scale AI across any cloud while simultaneously automating the AI lifecycle. There’s an interesting story behind the development of the product, and I sat down with IBM’s Distinguished Engineer, Thomas Schaeck to learn about the architectural considerations under the hood and the benefits organizations gain with Watson Studio.

  • Scaling AI at Lufthansa: Combined talents help the airline raise efficiency
    by jennifer-clemente on July 9, 2020 at 12:28 am

    Follow @IBMData In the airline industry, timing and synchronization are everything when it comes to the customer experience. Mitigating unforeseen circumstances against customer expectations and good old supply and demand are all issues well within the wheelhouse of AI’s predictive capabilities.

  • What Ventana says about the future of finance and analytics
    by dan-cheuvront on July 7, 2020 at 7:40 pm

    Follow @IBMData Ventana Research is a leading benchmark research and advisory services organization, providing some of the most comprehensive analyst and research coverage for business.

TM1 Tutorials
  • Why Should You Upgrade from TM1 to Planning Analytics
    by John on June 26, 2020 at 7:40 am

    IBM's Planning Analytics is a great improvement from TM1 version 10.2, but is it right for you? Here we discuss the major benefits of upgrading.

  • @= in TM1: How to Use it in Rules and Processes
    by John on June 26, 2020 at 6:06 am

    @= is used in TM1 for evaluation of operators in TM1 Rules and TI Processes. Here we explain how it is used and give examples for both rules and processes.

  • ConsolidatedAvg TM1 Function: Syntax, Use and Examples
    by John on June 26, 2020 at 2:41 am

    ConsolidatedAvg is used to calculate a single consolidated average value of child values at the n level. For example, if you have three child elements with 10, 15 and 11 in a measure, the consolidated average would be (10+15+11)/3, so 12. Syntax of ConsolidatedAvg In a TM1 Rule, the syntax is: ['Measure'] = C: ConsolidatedAvg(flag-value,…