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More articles by Mark Frawley

Author Bio
Mark Frawley is a Technical Business Analyst on the Citigate Hudson Pervasive Business Intelligence team that created an Executive Dashboard for ABN Amro. His focus areas include data modeling, relational and multidimensional database technology, software development, and writing and teaching about the BI industry. Prior to joining Citigate Hudson, Mark worked at a variety of financial institutions and consulting companies on a wide range of applications and technologies, most recently as one of the chief designers and developers of data warehouses and datamarts over a seven year period at Soci�t� Generale.
For Enterprise Zone | January 25, 2005
Generating realistic sample data is often harder than you might think, and generating sample data that you can use for a successful data-mining demonstration requires even more planning. This article explores the process and presents guidelines for realistic sample data generation.
For Database Development Zone | August 20, 2004
At first glance, calculating a baseline metric—an average of some measure over a specific period of time—appears to be a simple task. In reality, baseline metrics are slippery beasts, and not at all as simple as they appear.
For Database Development Zone | July 19, 2004
Major changes to Business Intelligence (BI) features in SQL Server 2005 promise (or threaten) to alter the way you develop BI applications. Read this comparison article to find out what's changed and start planning today.
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