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How to integrate Qlik and RapidMiner

Did you know that RapidMiner can be integrated with Qlik? Well, it can. Who's this going to be useful for? Both Qlik and RapidMiner talk up their ease of use. As Qlik puts it, 'no need for developers, data scientists or designers'. RapidMiner features include an 'Easy...

Infographics Guide (Part 4): Layouts.

Layouts can mean the difference between someone having a pleasant reading experience and someone not bothering to read your infographic. A big reason for using an infographic is to make information more readable and accessible. If you don't implement a good layout,...

SAML PROOF OF CONCEPT – IAMaaS

Last year I wrote a series of posts going through a working example of getting SAML working with a group of components consisting of Qlik Sense Enterprise, Apache HTTP Server, Shibboleh and GLUU. Recently I had an opportunity to test a natural progression in this...

Infographics Guide (Part 3): Early decisions.

Early decisions to make. So far we have covered when to make an infographic and things to know before you start. In this blog, we will cover the next step of the process; branding and planning decisions. If you don't have any branding already in place, you may want to...

Fork has no friends

Somewhere far to the South of here, diving dolefully through the deep and silent waters of Doubtful Sound, there lives a dolphin named Fork. The waters surrounding Fork are clean, deep, blue and double-salty (assuming the dolphins cry salty tears) because Fork has no...

No Such Thing as a Free Lunch

So primarily I was there to meet a few customers, but in true no-such-thing-as-a-free-lunch, I also took the opportunity to look after our guest and write this blog. Now that’s what I call value for money! ulleo / Pixabay The event in question was a fireside...

Triggers I Have Known and Loved

Triggers in Microsoft SQL Server Triggers are pieces of code which are automatically executed on the occurrence of an event in the database. They can be a good solution for a whole range of problems. However, many SQL Server users choose to avoid using triggers as...

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