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Processing Financial Reports in XML – Part 2

Processing Financial Reports in XML – Part 2

Processing Financial Reports in XML Part 2Part 2 is going to focus on how we take the data we transformed in part 1, and turn it into a tabular format The first 10 lines of our file, the "Checks" file, is shown below: 1 ChS_Details chs_id CHS.000000000a1 ChS_Details...

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Processing Financial Reports in XML – Part 1

Processing Financial Reports in XML – Part 1

Processing Financial Reports in XML Part 1This demonstration is based on an xml file which is the standard format  used for financial reporting from big institutions to regulatory authorities, banks and commissions. In this example, we use a file containing dummy data...

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Unicage Open Version (Blog)

Unicage Open Version (Blog)

Unicage Open Version - Try for freeUnicage is a set of highly efficient commands that allow the user to build robust, yet flexible systems in amodular way through data processing pipelines. Each Unicage command is written in the Cprogramming language and has been...

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Scientific Recommendation Challenge (SciReC2021)

Scientific Recommendation Challenge (SciReC2021)

SciReC2021 - Scientific Recommendation Challenge co-located at the 12th ACM Conference on Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, and Health Informatics (ACM BCB)Unicage is proud to announce that it will sponsor the 1st edition of SciReC – Scientific  Recommendations...

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Reporting from CDR Data (Part 5)

Reporting from CDR Data (Part 5)

Reporting from CDR Data: Use Case (Part 5)In order to keep track of the usage of their infrastructure, telecommunications companies rely on Call Detail Records (CDRs). These are standardized (see https://www.fcs.org.uk/membergroups/billing) records that are created to...

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