Monthly Archives: January 2013

Map Rock Problem Statement – Part 4 of 5

This is Part 4 of 5 of the Map Rock Problem Statement. Strategy, complexity, competition, and the limitations of logic make up the soup that lead to humans being as smart as we are the way that we are. We’ve obviously done very … Continue reading

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Polynomial Regression MDX

About a year and a half ago I posted a blog on the value of correlations and the CORRELATION MDX function titled, Find and Measure Relationships in Your OLAP Cubes. However, the CORRELATION function calculates only linear relationships, which means that … Continue reading

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Map Rock Problem Statement – Part 2 of 5

This is Part 2 of 5 of the Map Rock Problem Statement. After a discussion on how I decided to develop Map Rock in, Map Rock Problem Statement – Part 1 of 5, Part 2 describes the target audience as well … Continue reading

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Map Rock Problem Statement – Part 1 of 5

Preface Map Rock addresses the need to manage competitive fitness in an increasingly complex world through superior development and management of versatile strategies. There, that is the 25-words-or-less, Twitter-able, sound bite “Problem Statement” for Map Rock. I somewhat facetiously refer … Continue reading

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Map Rock is Almost There!

Happy New Year! I’m very happy to say that the development of Map Rock V1.0 is just about there. In fact, over the past month, my effort has shifted from primarily development of the actual product to primarily authoring rollout material. Map Rock … Continue reading

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