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A Visual Studio add-in with features that extend and enhance business intelligence development functionality in SQL Server 2005, 2008, and 2008 R2 BI Development Studio (BIDS) and SQL Server 2012 SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT).
This project is for SSAS Entity Framework Provider community FAQ and other community online support documentation (see Documentation tab > FAQ). SSAS Entity Framework Provider enables you to use LINQ and Microsoft ADO.NET Entity Framework to query SQL Server Analysis Servic...
This project is a place for the SQL CAT team to share their expertise with the community and collaborate with other community members outside Microsoft who wish to contribute code samples to enable more productive use of the SQL Server platform for high-scale,enterprise customers
The Foundational Model of Anatomy ontology (FMA) is OPEN SOURCE and available for use. This Project is a conversion to a MSAS 2008 cube. It is intended to be used for quick study by Med Students. Link for project: http://sig.biostr.washington.edu/projects/fm/AboutFM.html
The datamining Support Vector Machine (SVM) plug-in in MS SQL Server Analysis Services 2008. This plug-in is the SVM classification algorithm in addition to the shipped data mining algorithms with SQL Server.
The Analysis Services Helper is an add-in for SQL Server Management Studio that helps users with repetitive tasks involved with Analysis Services such as processing and deployment. It's developed in C# .Net 2.0, and tested with SSMS 2008 R2.
SQL Server Analysis Services Utilities. The initial code just contains a form to get your dimensions and paritions and process them (although it is not async - something that would be cool to add though!). Figured it would be good to start a project to get any and all SSAS AMO...