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Comparing IBM Watson OpenScale to open source on AI explainability
by manish-bhide on April 7, 2020 at 4:28 pm
IBM Watson OpenScale helps organizations detect and correct AI model bias and drift, explain AI outcomes, monitor model accuracy, analyze payloads, and more. There are algorithms available in open source that provide some of these capabilities.
A partnership for growth and innovation: IBM Informix and HCL
by kip-yego on April 2, 2020 at 4:25 pm
Building on a history of collaboration, in April 2017, IBM and HCL entered into a 15-year partnership that merged the best of their shared knowledge and teaming experience to accelerate the product roadmap and innovation of IBM Informix.
Using open source and open-source-based databases to drive your Journey to AI
by kip-yego on April 1, 2020 at 7:13 pm
As data proliferates, the need to efficiently undertand, process, and act quickly for competitive advantage continues to increase. Applications must be able to use data swiftly and adapt as needs change by the week or even the day. Developers also require places to store their data that can handle multiple formats and use cases. In order to manage these growing data needs, drive innovation and increase agility via modern application development, enterprises are turning to open-source-based solutions and technologies.
Planning Analytics for Excel (PAX) Ribbon Not Visible
by John on March 9, 2020 at 12:43 am
The Planning Analytics for Excel ribbon is somewhat unreliable. Here we explain what drives the PAX toolbar, the add-ins and how and what to activate and a registry change that might be required.
Planning Analytics Version Management
by John on March 9, 2020 at 12:17 am
Here we explain what versions of Planning Analytics (TM1) server, Planning Analytics for Excel (PAX) and Planning Analytics Workspace (PAW) work together to ensure your TM1 environment keeps on working nicely.
How to Display Traffic Lights using TM1
by John on December 19, 2019 at 8:19 pm
Traffic Lights in an Excel based TM1 report are dead simple. Here is a fully worked exercise to follow to create them and a series of ideas for their use.