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New Post 11/26/2015 6:37 AM
User is offline Simon
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How robust is your data? 
HI all, I am often (probably like most Consultants) requesting data for analysis.

I am also often in the position where I am lead to believe that the data is in a robust place and it's not until  start requesting and analysing , that it is quite obvious that it really isn't!

Has anyone got any key questions/ processes that they use to mitigate as far is as practicable?

Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

Best wishes
 
New Post 12/20/2015 5:22 AM
User is offline NitWitNick
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Re: How robust is your data? 

"I am often (probably like most Consultants) requesting data for analysis."

 As a consultant, I have access to various databases and use SQL or some program I write to get the data I need to analyze.

If I'm looking for something in particular ... maybe older data in some Data Warehouse, I'll ask the DBA where to look ... Library, Tables, etc.

 

 
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