Author: Dr. Taşkın Deniz, Data Scientist at Record Evolution GmbH

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The article tackles smart data processing of the Internet of Things (IoT) in a predictive maintenance context and relates this to recent developments in semi-supervised learning. While written with an eye towards a non-expert audience, the article references recent scientific publications. We leave it to the curious and technically oriented reader to expand their knowledge on the ideas we have sketched out (see References). We aim to be informative and open minds to stimulating discussions on IoT and data analytics.

We cover the topic of IoT Learning Algorithms and Predictive Maintenance in a series of three articles. In


Author: Dr. Taşkın Deniz, Data Scientist / Consultant @

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Summary

The article tackles smart data processing of the Internet of Things (IoT) in a predictive maintenance context and relates this to recent developments in semi-supervised learning. While written with an eye towards a non-expert audience, the article references recent scientific publications. We leave it to the curious and technically oriented reader to expand their knowledge on the ideas we have sketched out (see References). We aim to be informative and open minds to stimulating discussions on IoT data analytics.

We cover the topic of IoT Learning Algorithms and Predictive Maintenance in a series of three articles. In , we…


Author: Marko Petzold from Record Evolution

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In this article, you will learn how to import web data into the Cloud Data Warehouse Platform based on an existing data set. To import files, you first need to have an account and a Data Pod in the platform. Sign up for a free Data Pod .

Example Use Cases

  1. You have a portfolio of stocks and want to import the stocks’ close prices daily. …


Author: Marko Petzold from REPODS.io

This is a quick guide on how to use the powerful and free Business Intelligence Dashboard from Microsoft on the Data prepared and maintained in the Cloud Data Science Platform.

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PowerBI Dashboard

Create some data in REPODS

In REPODS you can create analysis extracts from your core data model in the Results tab. Here you can create a “Report” using the built in OLAP drill tool


Author: Justina Dešriūtė, Full-Stack Developer @Record Evolution GmbH

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Working with data these days has become inevitable for most of the people. Managing mid-to-large quantities of data is not only the daily bread of data scientists anymore. Therefore, a powerful and yet elegant tool is the target of various industries. REPODS offers exactly this combination — extensive functionality unified by user-friendly simplistic interface.

Curious to finally identify and assess your KPIs? Sure. Can’t figure out the reason why sales in Berlin dropped in comparison to an exponential growth in Stuttgart? Just take a step back and visualise the yearly trends in…


Adding Interactivity

Author: Justina Dešriūtė, Full-Stack Developer @Record Evolution GmbH

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This is Part II of our two-piece article . In what follows, we are going to demonstrate how to add interactivity to a complex infographic in the data science platform.

The full code for this infographic can be found under this .

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Choosing the Data

First, we need to select the data to be used inside…


Preparing the Infographics Structure

Author: Justina Dešriūtė, Full-Stack Developer @Record Evolution GmbH

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In what follows and in of this article, we demonstrate how to create a complex infographic by adding interactivity in the Repods platform. The full code for this infographic can be .

Our article on has already provided a quick overview of how to create a simple infographic containing bar charts. This time, our goal is to create a more complex infographic, demonstrating how to add interactivity to your data visualization.

If you are new to the Repods platform — check out our…


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Data-driven Historical Stats from the FIFA World Cup between 1930 and 2014 — Reporting and Analyzing with Repods

Author: Rafael Queiroz, Full-Stack Developer and IT-Infrastructure Management @Record Evolution GmbH <rafael.queiroz@record-evolution.de>

In the second part of this article, we are going to use our to create Reports and Workbooks. We will be going deeper into the FIFA dataset to glean facts about an event that unites people from across the globe and is followed by over a billion soccer fans.

Before we start, you might want to check out the first steps:

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Create Your First Custom Infographic

Author: Justina Dešriūtė, Full-Stack Developer @Record Evolution GmbH

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In this article, we are going to demonstrate how to create custom infographics in the Repods platform. Bear with us until the end and you will be able to create bar charts that look like this:


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Data-driven Historical Stats from the FIFA World Cup between 1930 and 2014 — Data Modeling with Repods

Author: Rafael Queiroz, Full-Stack Developer and IT-Infrastructure Management @Record Evolution GmbH <rafael.queiroz@record-evolution.de>

Following our tutorial series on , we can now introduce this slightly more complex example. If you are just starting to work with the platform, we suggest that you get started with our . However, if you feel confident with data modeling, enjoy the following analysis — an analysis of the most widely viewed sports event in the world: The FIFA World Cup.

You can also check out the .

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