Tag: data quality
W poprzednich postach z serii dotyczącej monitorowania jakości danych opisane zostały dwa pierwsze kroki - definiowanie danych, a następnie ich profilowanie. Po dokładnym zbadaniu danych i dopracowaniu reguł biznesowych, możemy przejść do ich faktycznego tworzenia.
The previous post in this series described the first step of the data monitoring process — defining. Therefore, once we have defined the objective of our initiative and, consequently, also data sources and specific requirements towards them, we can move on to studying the data.
W poprzednim poście z tej serii opisany był pierwszy krok procesu monitorowania danych – tworzenie definicji. Dlatego kiedy już mamy zdefiniowany cel naszej inicjatywy, a co za tym idzie także źródła danych oraz określone wymagania względem nich, możemy przejść do zapoznania się z danymi.
To get full value from analytics programs, Todd Wright says be sure you can first access, integrate, cleanse and govern your data.
Jim Harris says more reusable data quality processes mean less reliance on IT and higher productivity across the board.
You have to be able to trust the data that you are working with, whether it’s data processing or analysis that you are involved with. And there is a strong correlation between that trust and data quality. Is it possible to determine data quality without monitoring mechanisms?
Die Geburtenrate in Deutschland befindet sich derzeit auf dem höchsten Niveau seit 33 Jahren. Eine erfreuliche Entwicklung, und zugleich stellt es Eltern vor die schwere Entscheidung, welchen Namen der Nachwuchs tragen soll. Zahlreiche Webseiten und Bücher bieten Hitlisten und Namensbeschreibungen an, um die Auswahl zu erleichtern. Oder sollte man das
Get on with your day faster by taking a self-service approach to data preparation.
Many of the regulations coming into effect after 2010, are the result of the financial crisis that has significantly re-shaped the financial industry worldwide and especially in Europe. One of the major projects that has been undertaken by the statistics team of the ECB, launched in 2011, is the setup
Matthew Magne describes how SAS Data Quality can help you build a trusted data foundation, one stone at a time.
Tax authorities may not be everyone’s favourite organisations. But around the world, they have a key role in collecting revenues that enable governments to spend money on essential public services. You only need to read the media coverage of the tax avoidance of some of the big tech companies, and
Lenin und ich sitzen im Publikum und applaudieren heftig: Seine Chefin hat ihren Vortrag beendet über „Datenqualität als Erfolgsfaktor im Internet of Things“. „Kein Datenqualitätsprojekt ohne Hilfe von oben“, raunt Lenin mir zu, "Unterstützung vom Boss ist manchmal wichtiger als tolle Software." Ich will beleidigt darauf hinweisen, dass seine Chefin
In a recent presentation, Jill Dyche, VP of SAS Best Practices gave two great quotes: "Map strategy to data" and "strategy drives analytics drives data." In other words, don't wait for your data to be perfect before you invest in analytics. Don't get me wrong -- I fully understand and
The rise of self-service analytics, and the idea of the ‘citizen data scientist’, has also brought a number of issues to the fore in organizations. In particular, two common areas of discussion are the twin pillars of data quality and data preparation. There is no doubt that good quality, well-prepared
David Loshin extends his exploration of ethical issues surrounding automated systems and event stream processing to encompass data quality and risk considerations.
In fast growth markets like the Middle East, supply chain stakeholders are moving quickly to deploy instrumentation for greater visibility and better tracking. The move towards supply chain transparency is a big issue. But how will it be helped or hindered by the proliferation of the Internet of Things
Lenin hatte gelächelt und von seinen Erfolgen im Internet of Things berichtet; richtig begeistert war er gewesen. – Aber jetzt murrt er: „Das ist alles Müll! Internet of Trash sollte es heißen! Die Daten stimmen nicht, die Leute schimpfen über das Projekt, der Fachbereich und meine Chefin sitzen mir im
The fight against fraud has to be at all levels, and use all possible means available to the organization. However, it is important to distinguish between political, organizational and technical means. Persuading states to organize themselves better to facilitate exchange of information between administrations can be decisive, even with the
We like to think about risk management as a specialist domain. Indeed, at SAS, we have a dedicated team that works with risk officers to exploit analytics for risk mitigation. But from my vantage across analytics platforms, analytics to support risk management has seen fascinating changes. The way that we think
In my last post I described "4 adaptability attributes for analytical success," and in the past I've discussed the strategic role analytics play in helping organizations succeed now and into the future. Now I'd like to discuss three attributes that define a powerful analytics environment: Speed Accuracy Scalability [NOTE: Any
Streaming technologies have been around for years, but as Felix Liao recently blogged, the numbers and types of use cases that can take advantage of these technologies have now increased exponentially. I've blogged about why streaming is the most effective way to handle the volume, variety and velocity of big data. That's
What are the most useful skills a data quality leader can possess? As an editor of an online data quality magazine, I naturally get asked this type of question regularly at events and meetups. My answer may surprise some who are expecting a data-centric response. I firmly believe that sales and
"Two weeks to go," Santa said to himself, with millions of toys stacked up on the shelves. Each year worry hit at the same time – "How do I get the right toy to the right child without losing my mind?" Though Old St. Nick didn't have a computer science degree, deep down
During a data quality assessment, one of my clients discovered that a large chunk of data that ultimately fed into their business analytics engine was sourced externally. After examining the contracts surrounding this data, I found that 100% of it failed to possess service-level agreements (SLAs) for the quality of