Transforming/Conditioning Raw Analog Data The most interesting aspect of the analog data pond is conditioning the raw analog data into a form that is useful for analysis. The process of conditioning can be called a transformation or a conversion. In an earlier day and age, the process of conversion was called data reduction and/or data compression. The purpose of data reduction was to significantly reduce the amount of storage and the number of records that was required. And significantly reducing the amount of storage required for data reduces the amount of work required by the system to do analytical processing of the data. The data reduction found in the analog data pond is entirely up to the analyst managing the data. The ty...
- Chapter 6 Analog Data Pond
- from Data Lake Architecture: Designing the Data Lake and Avoiding the Garbage Dump
- Publisher: Technics Publications
- Released: April 2016
Transforming / conditioning data
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