MODULE 74 – Omniscope Software Tutorial

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MODULE 74 - Omniscope Software Tutorial

Introduction

Omniscope is data analysis and visualization software. The MODULE 74 Omniscope Software Tutorial provides interactive reports which help the user to filter and examine the data.

Why MODULE 74 Omniscope Software Tutorial?

Omniscope is data analysis and visualization software. It is quite flexible and generates interactive reports. Omniscope features Connectors which can join up to databases, Google Docs, Twitter, and Facebook, to name a few. The software offers additional operations available for data filtering and cleaning. With inbuilt online mapping system for plotting data on maps, Omniscope proves quite friendly to non-programmers with GUI approach in Data Manager. Out and out, the Omniscope is a data publishing tool.

MODULE **74 Omniscope Software Tutorial makes data analysis much easier than it actually is.

Features:

  • Import and assemble tabular data sets from a range of data sources
  • Augment the scope/reach of reports to include related web content and services
  • Transform data on import and repeatedly on each refresh
  • Visualize, analyze and define formulas and alerts
  • Author multi-tab, multi-view interactive presentations with integral browser views of related web content
  • Create and export standalone interactive Flash DataPlayers containing cleaned data
  • Distribute branded, refreshable data in compact and re-usable files.

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MODULE 73 – OPL Studio Software Tutorial (contributed by Halil Sen)

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MODULE 73 - OPL Studio Software Tutorial (contributed by Halil Şen)

Introduction

The OPL studio software is complex mathematical-programming software used for business analytics, including scheduling and other optimization problems. The MODULE 73 OPL Studio Software Tutorial provides a clear understanding of the software and its uses.

What is OPL?

The Optimization Programming Language (OPL) provides a natural mathematical description of optimization models. Using high-level syntax for mathematical models produces substantially simpler and shorter code than general-purpose programming languages, reducing the effort and improving the reliability of application development, upgrades, and maintenance. Its powerful syntax supports all expressions needed to model and solve problems using both mathematical programming and constraint programming. The

Features of OPL Studio:

  • A compact language to represent optimization problems
  • Advanced types for data organization
  • Supports mathematical and constraint programming models
  • Outputs Real or integer variables
  • Connects to relational databases and Excel spreadsheets

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MODULE 72 – Lekin Scheduling Software Video Tutorial (contributed by Tugce Gizem Martagan)

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MODULE 72 - Lekin Scheduling Software Video Tutorial (contributed by Tugce Gizem Martagan)

Introduction

Lekin scheduling software is a scheduling system developed at the Stern School of Business, NYU. The module helps the user in job-shop scheduling.

What is LEKIN?

LEKIN scheduling software was created as an educational tool with the main purpose of introducing the students to scheduling theory and its applications. Additionally, the system’s extensibility allows (and encourages) to use it in algorithm development. Major parts of the system were designed and coded by Columbia University students. The project has been directed by Professor Michael L. Pinedo, Professor Xiuli Chao and Professor Joseph Leung. This development has been partially supported by the National Science Foundation.The demo version of the software, which is ideal for teaching scheduling, can be downloaded through search from the Internet.

Features of Lekin:

  • 6 basic workspace environments: single machine, parallel machines, flow shop, flexible flow shop, job shop, and flexible job shop.
  • A set of sample problems.
  • More than 60 standard benchmark problems from different sources (not available in the free version)

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MODULE 71 – Decision Tools Software Video Tutorials (contributed by Ece Kaya)

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MODULE 71 - Decision Tools Software Video Tutorials (contributed by Ece Kaya)

Introduction

Decision Tools software is an integrated set of programs for risk analysis that runs under Microsoft Excel.

Purpose

MODULE 71 Decision Tools Software Video Tutorials is intended to support the analysis involved in decision-making processes. The software is used to support the process and frees users focus on the fundamental value judgments. All programs work together better than ever before, and all integrate completely with Microsoft Excel for ease of use and maximum flexibility. The software is indeed a decision support system to help individuals and organizations with their decision-making processes, typically resulting in ranking, sorting or choosing from among alternatives.

Features

  • Sensitivity analysis and fuzzy logic calculations
  • Risk aversion measurement
  • Group evaluation
  • Graphic presentation tools
  • Time analysis and time optimization
  • DecisionTools Suite version 6.1 is fully compatible with 32- and 64-bit Excel and Office 2013, as well as Windows 8.
  • The software supports decision analysis, most commonly multi-criteria decision making that involves evaluating and combining alternatives characteristics on two or more attributes.

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