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What other data aggregate functions are useful besides averages and means? September 19, 2007

Posted by Peter Benza in Data Aggregates, Data Consolidation, Data Elements, Data Errors, Data Research.
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1. Mark Besaans - December 27, 2008

Obviously sums are also useful for comparing hash totals of two data sets at a compatible aggregated key level. This merely identifies that a problem exists. The trick is to produce a current exception spreadsheet based on differences detected at the lowest level, that can be used to analyze, identify and rectify causes. I have developed an Enterprise Utility in Java that does just this, which is in broad use at a listed South African Retailer today.


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