Understanding Hierarchies

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By David Loshin

Defining standards for group classification helps in reducing confusion due to inconsistencies across generated reports and analyses. In the automobile classification example we have been using for the past few posts, we might pick the NHTSA values (mini passenger cars, light passenger cars, compact passenger cars, medium passenger cars, heavy passenger cars, sport utility vehicles, pickup trucks, and vans) as the standard.
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Integrating Analytical Results with Operational Activities

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By David Loshin

We have looked at using enhancement for operational purposes, as well as analytical
purposes, but there are ways that we can merge the two into a hybrid: using
enhanced data for analytics, whose results are incorporated into operational
activities using the same types of enhancements.

Actually I was a bit sneaky in my last few blog entries, because I already
started to plant some ideas in advance of this post.… Read More