Oracle Analytics Cloud Release 5.9 introduces new machine learning abilities that empower users to understand their data more confidently. OAC allows you to see the attributes that influenced each predicted value and enable no code access to text analytics and frequent itemset functions.

The Oracle Analytics Cloud Release 5.9 offers users many new capabilities to explore data and find insights that were not possible earlier. With this Release, Oracle continues to build on its promise to provide the most comprehensive and powerful cloud-based analytics solution. This article explores the new features and how they can be used to your advantage.

Oracle Analytics Cloud Release 5.9

Oracle Analytics Cloud Release 5.9 is now available and includes many new features and capabilities. One of the most exciting new features is the ability to connect to on-premises data sources. You can now use Oracle Analytics Cloud to connect to your on-premises data warehouse or other data sources. It is a great way to get started with Oracle Analytics Cloud and to see how it can help you with your data analysis needs.

Another new feature in Oracle Analytics Cloud Release 5.9 is support for Oracle Data Visualization. You can now create beautiful visualizations of your data using Oracle Data Visualization. You can explore your data to see patterns you may not have seen before. You can also share your findings with others in a visually attractive way.

If you are looking for a powerful yet easy-to-use analytics platform, then Oracle Analytics Cloud is a great option for you. With its new features and capabilities, it is sure to help you with all of your data analysis needs.

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New capabilities in Oracle Analytics Cloud Release 5.9

Oracle Machine Learning is more capable than ever in this Release. Does it ever feel like you’re working blind when running machine learning models? Oracle Machine Learning now lets you see how each of the algorithm’s predictions was computed, giving you further insight into the process. Your model’s predictions are also clearly visualized, letting you explore the top five features and values for each predicted outcome.

If you need data visualization, there are more options available. You can access maps hosted on a web server as dynamic backgrounds from the web map service and then use XYZ tile layers with your data. Another great new feature is the Oracle Data Visualization Desktop Connector. It allows you to easily connect Oracle Data Visualization Desktop (DV Desktop) to Oracle Analytics Cloud, so you can leverage the powerful visualizations and analytics that DV Desktop has to offer.

In addition, the user experience is greatly enhanced with improved control panels and interfaces. These new design elements allow users to easily navigate through data because the Data Panel selections are now found at the top, and the search box is always accessible. There are also several improved features, including:

  • Improved progress bar behavior.
  • Pass filters between the filter bar and visualizations.
  • Improved printing and exporting options.
  • Data actions that now come with support for multiple selections.
  • Enhanced data preparation.
  • The ability to take snapshots with day-to-day information.

If you are an existing Oracle Analytics Cloud customer, you can upgrade to Release 5.9 by logging into My Oracle Support and downloading the latest patch set. If you are new to OAC, you can sign up for a free trial of Oracle Analytics Cloud via the main website.

How to get started with OAC Release 5.9

Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) Release 5.9 includes not only new features and capabilities but also several enhancements. Here are some of the highlights:

  • New user interface with easier navigation.
  • Improved data visualization capabilities.
  • New and improved data connectors
  • Support for custom JavaScript and CSS

If you are new to OAC, you may be wondering how to get started. Here are some tips:

  • Start by exploring the new user interface. Get familiar with the layout and the different available features.
  • Take advantage of the improved data visualization capabilities. Explore the different chart types and see which ones work best for your data.
  • Use the new data connectors to connect to your data sources. You can use the built-in connectors or create your custom connector.
  • If you are a developer, you can take advantage of the support for custom JavaScript and CSS to customize your OAC experience.

To wrap up

Oracle Analytics Cloud Release 5.9 offers numerous new capabilities and enhancements that make it easier to gain insights from data, regardless of size, location, or structure. With the ability to connect to more data sources, create custom algorithms, and use advanced analytics techniques, Oracle Analytics Cloud Release 5.9 provides users with a powerful toolkit for exploring data and discovering new insights.

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