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Data Warehouse Designs : Achieving ROI with Market Basket Analysis and Time Variance

By: Silvers, Fon.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2012Description: 1 online resource (286 p.).ISBN: 9781439870778.Subject(s): Data mining | Data warehousing | Database designGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Data Warehouse Designs : Achieving ROI with Market Basket Analysis and Time VarianceDDC classification: 005.74 | 005.745 LOC classification: QA76.9 .D26Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; The Author; Chapter 1: Data Warehouse ROI; Chapter 2: What Is Market Basket Analysis?; Chapter 3: How Does Market Basket Analysis Produce ROI?; Chapter 4: Why Is Market Basket Analysis Difficult?; Chapter 5: Market Basket Analysis Solution Definition; Chapter 6: Market Basket Architecture and Database Design; Chapter 7: ETL into a Market Basket Datamart; Chapter 8: What Is Time Variance?; Chapter 9: How Does Time Variance Produce ROI?; Chapter 10: Why Is Time Variance Difficult?; Chapter 11: Time Variant Solution Definition
Chapter 12: Time Variant Database DefinitionChapter 13: ETL into a Time Variant Data Warehouse; Chapter 14: Market Basket Analysis in a Time Variant Data Warehouse; References
Summary: Market Basket Analysis (MBA) provides the ability to continually monitor the affinities of a business and can help an organization achieve a key competitive advantage. Time Variant data enables data warehouses to directly associate events in the past with the participants in each individual event. In the past however, the use of these powerful tools in tandem led to performance degradation and resulted in unactionable and even damaging information.Data Warehouse Designs: Achieving ROI with Market Basket Analysis and Time Variance presents an innovative, soup-to-nuts
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Front Cover; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; The Author; Chapter 1: Data Warehouse ROI; Chapter 2: What Is Market Basket Analysis?; Chapter 3: How Does Market Basket Analysis Produce ROI?; Chapter 4: Why Is Market Basket Analysis Difficult?; Chapter 5: Market Basket Analysis Solution Definition; Chapter 6: Market Basket Architecture and Database Design; Chapter 7: ETL into a Market Basket Datamart; Chapter 8: What Is Time Variance?; Chapter 9: How Does Time Variance Produce ROI?; Chapter 10: Why Is Time Variance Difficult?; Chapter 11: Time Variant Solution Definition

Chapter 12: Time Variant Database DefinitionChapter 13: ETL into a Time Variant Data Warehouse; Chapter 14: Market Basket Analysis in a Time Variant Data Warehouse; References

Market Basket Analysis (MBA) provides the ability to continually monitor the affinities of a business and can help an organization achieve a key competitive advantage. Time Variant data enables data warehouses to directly associate events in the past with the participants in each individual event. In the past however, the use of these powerful tools in tandem led to performance degradation and resulted in unactionable and even damaging information.Data Warehouse Designs: Achieving ROI with Market Basket Analysis and Time Variance presents an innovative, soup-to-nuts

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<p>Fon Silvers is a Data Warehouse ETL Analyst and Data Warehouse Support Team Lead in a Fortune 500 company. His first book was Building and Maintaining a Data Warehouse. Fon can be found at LinkedIn (http://www.linkedin.com/in/fonsilvers) and his Amazon Author page (http://www.amazon.com/FonSilvers/e/B001JRVJMG/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_pop_1).</p>

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