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Business Intelligence. Brian Cox Margie Jantti. Quick historical context. Client Satisfaction measures. Quick historical context. What is the Library cube?. Library value cube Marketing cube Process improvement cube. Data sources for cube. Student data – already in cube

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business intelligence

Business Intelligence

Brian Cox

Margie Jantti

quick historical context
Quick historical context

Client Satisfaction measures

what is the library cube
What is the Library cube?
  • Library value cube
  • Marketing cube
  • Process improvement cube
data sources for cube
Data sources for cube

Student data – already in cube

Loans – snapshot run every week

Database usage – ezyproxy logs

ezproxy logs1
Ezproxy logs
  • The day is divided into 144 ten minute periods
  • If a user has an entry on the log within that 10 minute period, then they are given a count of 1/6 (as we are measuring hourly sessions).
  • Any further log entries during that 10 minute interval are not counted
stating the obvious
Stating the obvious
  • Usage activity ≠ learning
  • Many contributing factors:
    • Teaching quality
    • Gender
    • Age
    • Language
    • Class
    • Attitude
    • Intelligence
    • Etc
    • Etc
validity
Validity
  • Data is a census not a sample
  • Low variability over time
  • VERY strong correlation
  • Large shifts in marks with usage
  • Strong depth of relationship
marketing
Marketing
  • Increasing traction
  • Improving usage
gaining traction and users
Gaining traction and users
  • Books
  • Gender and origin
  • Faculties
  • 1st year
  • Undergrads and post grads
  • Age
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