Consolidating accessing analyzing unstructured data
Many companies have refactored their databases at one time or another, and the data from the old database doesn't always get converted over to the new system.
You can use consolidated tables to join the key columns from legacy tables with those from the active system.
Quantitative data is any data that is in numerical form -- e.g., statistics and percentages.
Qualitative data is descriptive data -- e.g., color, smell, appearance and quality.
This allows you to conduct a unified analysis of your data throughout history.
Imagine a website where users can do several things: take a survey, play a game, make a purchase, refer a friend, etc.
At the same time, privacy and security issues surrounding data collection heat up.
If you operate multiple store fronts or in multiple markets, you may have similar databases stored separately.
If you're interested in exploring the possibility of adding a consolidated table to your data warehouse, please reach out to our support team.
You can utilize consolidated tables to create one unified list of all users and when any of these events took place.
You can then run queries on the consolidated table to easily conduct such an analysis.
Accurate data collection is essential to maintaining the integrity of research, making informed business decisions and ensuring quality assurance.
For example, in retail sales, data might be collected from mobile applications, website visits, loyalty programs and online surveys to learn more about customers.From there, machine learning and artificial intelligence programs use complex algorithms to look for repeatable patterns.