Monthly Archives: May 2014

Reference:1、Code in Cellset

esProc is a programming tool coding in the cellset. Every statement is contained in a cell, which is similar to Excel. On the left is the Program Cellset window, the active program cellset you are operating on is shown here; … Continue reading

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What is the best programming language for manipulating time series data in a CSV file with headers?

This is a question from Quora. The author wanted to konw the best programming language for manipulating time series data in a CSV file with headers in php, python, ruby, or other? In my opinion,the application scenarios for these languages vary … Continue reading

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What OLAP We Need In Deed?

OLAP is an important constituent part of BI(business intelligence). Understood literally, OLAP is online analytical processing, that is, users conduct analytical operation on real-time business data. But, currently the concept of OLAP is seriously narrowed, and only it refers to … Continue reading

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A Data Analysis Language with Parallelism Feature

esProc is a data analysis language, featuring the easy-to-code, strong interactivity, dedicated debugging, and agile and arbitrary syntax. In particular, esProc is also capable of performing the parallel computation and fit for the big data analysis. For example,a commercial Website … Continue reading

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How to Query the Shares Rising for Consecutive 5 Days with R and esProc

How to Query the Shares Rising for Consecutive 5 Days with R and esProc. Objective: Through the daily transaction data, compute the shares rising for 5 consecutive days from 29 blue chips. Train of Thoughts: Import data; Filer out the … Continue reading

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Cross Database Computing in Report Data Source integration

Recently a development team met some difficulties in data source computation when developing iReport reports. After the use of esProc for cross database computation, the problem is resolved. This is a project payment progress report, as part of a project … Continue reading

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