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Originally posted on Analytic Bridge Fraud detection is all about connecting the dots. We are going to see how to use graph analysis to identify stolen credit cards and fake identities. For the purpose of this article we have worked with Ralf Becher, irregular.bi. Ralf is Qlik Luminary and he provides solutions to integrate the Graph approach into Business Intelligence solutions like QlikView and Qlik Sense. Third party fraud in retail Third part...
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Bring Your Own Marketplace
The Pentaho Data Integration (PDI) Marketplace is a great place to share your PDI/Kettle contributions with the community at-large.  To add your plugin, you can pull down the marketplace.xml file (via our GitHub repo ) and add your own entry, then submit a ...
The Pentaho Data Integration (PDI) Marketplace is a great place to share your PDI/Kettle contributions with the community at-large.  To add your plugin, you can pull down the marketplace.xml file (via our GitHub repo) and add...
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Using AppleScript with PDI SuperScript
In a previous blog post , I announced my SuperScript step for PDI, which adds and enhances some capabilities of the built-in Script step.  One notable addition is the ability to use AppleScript on a Mac, as the AppleScript script engine comes with the Mac J...
In a previous blog post, I announced my SuperScript step for PDI, which adds and enhances some capabilities of the built-in Script step.  One notable addition is the ability to use AppleScript on a Mac, as the AppleScript scr...
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SuperScript PDI plugin
As readers of my blog know, I'm a huge fan of scripting languages on the JVM (especially Groovy), and of course I'm a huge fan of Pentaho Data Integration :)  While using the (experimental) Script step to do various things, I saw a few places where a script...
As readers of my blog know, I'm a huge fan of scripting languages on the JVM (especially Groovy), and of course I'm a huge fan of Pentaho Data Integration :)  While using the (experimental) Script step to do various things, I...
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How sorted (or sordid) is your data?
I've spent quite a bit of time looking at Pentaho Data Integration  (aka Kettle) and trying to make it do things with external technologies and idioms, anywhere from Groovy , Drill , memcached , Redis , Hazelcast , and even Markov Chains . Recently though, ...
I've spent quite a bit of time looking at Pentaho Data Integration (aka Kettle) and trying to make it do things with external technologies and idioms, anywhere from Groovy, Drill, memcached, Redis, Hazelcast, and even Markov ...
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Scripting Extension Points in PDI
PDI Extension points are an awesome feature added to PDI 5.0 (and updated throughout 5.x) that allow you to hook into the operational aspects of your ETL processes to provide finer-grained control, optimizations, additional auditing/logging, or whatever you...
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Drag-and-Drop support in Spoon
If you've ever played around with Drag-n-Drop in Spoon, you probably know that you can drag a KTR, KJB, or XML file onto the canvas, and it will open that file (if a legal PDI artifact) in Spoon for editing.  Under the hood, this is accomplished with "FileL...
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Command-line utility for PDI Marketplace (using Spoon?!)
The PDI Marketplace is a great way to extend the capabilities of your PDI installation, using excellent contributions from the community, and some less-excellent ones from yours truly ;)  At present, the Marketplace is a core PDI plugin (meaning it is not i...
The PDI Marketplace is a great way to extend the capabilities of your PDI installation, using excellent contributions from the community, and some less-excellent ones from yours truly ;)  At present, the Marketplace is a core...
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Apache Pig UDF: Call a PDI transformation
For my latest fun side project, I looked at the integration of Pentaho Data Integration (PDI) and Apache Pig .  From the website: "Apache Pig is a platform for analyzing large data sets that consists of a high-level language for expressing data analysis pro...
For my latest fun side project, I looked at the integration of Pentaho Data Integration (PDI) and Apache Pig.  From the website: "Apache Pig is a platform for analyzing large data sets that consists of a high-level language f...
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I've spent quite a bit of time looking at Pentaho Data Integration (aka Kettle) and trying to make it do things with external technologies and idioms, anywhere from Groovy, Drill, memcached, Redis, Hazelcast, and even Markov ...
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ZooKeeper Input and Output steps in PDI
While working with Apache Drill and PDI (see previous posts), I found myself needing to read and write values to and from Drill's ZooKeeper instance. Since ZooKeeper can be (and is) used for many other applications besides Drill, I thought I'd write some si...
While working with Apache Drill and PDI (see previous posts), I found myself needing to read and write values to and from Drill's ZooKeeper instance. Since ZooKeeper can be (and is) used for many other applications besides Dr...
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Flatten JSON to key-value pairs in PDI
I've heard a number of comments regarding JSON and PDI, most of them having to do with difficulties parsing nested documents, using JSONPath, etc.  Personally, I've had a JSON doc I'd like to fetch fields from but I didn't want to try to figure out the JSON...
I've heard a number of comments regarding JSON and PDI, most of them having to do with difficulties parsing nested documents, using JSONPath, etc.  Personally, I've had a JSON doc I'd like to fetch fields from but I didn't wa...
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