For some this will be a no-brainer and for those I apologize, however for a good majority of you I think this is going to be a good post to remind you that any report you are building whether in Cognos, SAP, MicroStrategy, Microsoft, or what have you, strive to always do [...]
There are three types of slowly changing dimensions: Type 1, Type 2, and Type 3. Each of these types tries to help the designer of the star schema eliminate paradox from their dimensional model (just as the three interpretations of the Schrödinger’s Cat thought experiment tries to eliminate the paradox of the living dead).
The reporting, analysis, and interpretation of business data is of central importance to a company in guaranteeing its competitive edge, optimizing processes, and enabling it to react quickly and in line with the market.
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