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Ensemble modeling :-O

Come to OptimalHQ for a much awaited BI Meetup of 2016 and hear from Brian Bradley on ensemble modeling; what it is, why you should use it and how to make it work for you.

Ensemble modeling is grown out of data vault, it's a style of data modeling which suits data warehouses, is closely aligned to business processes, is flexible, and suits an agile project.

If you're after a bit of light reading and want to know more about ensemble modeling and the data vault, why not read Brian's blog on the topic?

As always, bring your lunch, learn something new and catchup with your BI/DW buddies from around town.  The talk will begin at 12.15pm and go for about half an hour.

And while I've got your attention, Brian is running the Data Vault Modeling Certification Course in December in Wellington - get in touch if you'd like more info or want to register ([masked])

~ Bronnie

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