Stephen E. Arnold: Open Source Business Intelligence Tools — Not There

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Stephen E. Arnold
Stephen E. Arnold

Open Source Business Intelligence Tools: A Narrow View

Last week, a person with considerable experience in business intelligence told me that interest in open source software applicable to intelligence purposes was evident in South America. I poked around and came across “5 Open Source business intelligence Tools.” I was hoping to learn about open source real-time translation tools, geo-coding components, and old-school search software that hooked into some next-generation analytics and visualization components.

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Phi Beta Iota: The US information industry is out of touch with both the needs of human thinkers along the entire continuum from requirements definition to collection to processing to analysis to educating deciders, and oblivious to the obvious need to migrate to 100% open source in order to achieve affordability, interoperability, and scalability.

See Also:

2014 Robert Steele: Appraisal of Analytic Foundations – Email Provided, Feedback Solicited – UPDATED

Robert Steele: Reflections on the Next Data Revolution

DOC (2 Pages): 2011-11-01 SOCOM Software List WithCommentary and TOOZL List Also

PDF (41 Pages): 2001 Claudia Porter: Tools of the Trade – Along Way to Go

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