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Data Modeler's Workbench: Tools and Techniques for Analysis by Steve Hoberman

By Steve Hoberman

This guide introduces 20 instruments for bettering the rate, accuracy, flexibility, and consistency of databases, facts warehouses, and operational purposes. each one instrument is defined utilizing special examples, its purposes are defined, and its optimum operational and reporting setting pointed out. specific awareness is given to the system's origin, the method of opting for its specifications, and the modeling of its specifications. Hoberman is an information warehouse developer.

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Your mind: Hmmm. A roller coaster. The blueprint for a roller coaster is similar to the data model for a database. This might make a good analogy. You: I haven’t been there yet, but I do love to ride roller coasters. Maybe I’ll pay the amusement park a visit as a reward for completing the data models for your project. Say, Mary, I’ve had a chance to review the updated project plan this weekend and frankly was a little surprised by how little time was allocated to the data modeling phase of this project.

This might make a good analogy. You: I haven’t been there yet, but I do love to ride roller coasters. Maybe I’ll pay the amusement park a visit as a reward for completing the data models for your project. Say, Mary, I’ve had a chance to review the updated project plan this weekend and frankly was a little surprised by how little time was allocated to the data modeling phase of this project. Mary: Wow, you worked on the weekend! That’s dedication! In terms of the project plan, as long as the database is ready to go, that’s what is important.

You will need to educate her on why we do data modeling and why it requires time and effort. You will use the blueprint analogy. For this example, you are the data modeler and Mary is the project manager. You walk into Mary’s office. Mary: Hi. How are you doing? You: Pretty good. How was your weekend? Mary: Great! I took the family to that new amusement park. The rides are amazing, especially the roller coaster. A drop of over 100 feet! Have you ever been there? Your mind: Hmmm. A roller coaster.

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