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Data Readiness Levels Assessment: Concepts

data readiness levels assessment

Data readiness levels (DRLs) and related assessments are an important part of data analytics. Data readiness levels is a concept where different stages represent the quality and maturity of data. Data science is becoming increasingly popular, but not all companies have the right level of data readiness for this type of work. Performing data readiness levels assessment is important because it gives an insight into the quality and quantity of your current datasets and helps determine future success of the data analytics project. This blog post will explain what data readiness levels are and why assessment tests are important in relation to them. What are data readiness levels? Data readiness …

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Data Architecture Lessons from LinkedIn.com Data Handling Mechanisms

The article aims to describe how data is managed at LinkedIn.com, the most popular professional social networking site.  Please shout out loud if you disagree with one or more of the aspects mentioned below. Also, do suggest if I missed on one or more aspects. Data use-cases at LinkedIn.com Following are some of the data use-cases that we may have come across while we are surfing various different LinkedIn pages: Update your profile, and the same appears in recruiter search in near real-time. Update your profile and same appears as network connections  in near real-time. Share an update, and same appears on others news feed page  in near real-time. Then, there are …

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