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How does open company data impact women’s rights?

That might sound like an absurd question. The benefits accrued from transparency, fighting corruption and money laundering, and enabling good business practise help everyone, right? Then why am I writing about women? 1,720 more words


Evolution of Data Model in Plumb5

From generating real-time insights from data inputs from a couple of touch-points to automating business processes over holistic business data, the Plumb5 data model has come a long way. 90 more words

Artificial Intelligence

Nested Set++ Wrap-Up

One more time, with feeling!  Not that this dead horse needs another beating, but I did promise…

So we’ve built our Cat Tree.  We’ve written our CrUD ops, our “move” op, and even some readers.   713 more words


Ontologies Relating to Cultural Heritages

While not an extensive list, this is a collection of links to some well known ontologies/data models which can be applied to cultural heritages.

Cultural Heritage

RI (Referential Integrity) Constraints: 3 Reasons to Include Them in Your Data Warehouse

Over the years, I have had numerous conversations about the value of having referential integrity (RI) constraints, such as primary and foreign keys, in a relational data warehouse or data mart. 133 more words

Data Warehouse

Party and Product: The Core Entities in Most Data Models

Party and product are the most frequent master data domains around.

Often you meet party as one of the most frequent party roles being customer and supplier (or vendor) or by another term related to the context as for example citizen, patient, member, student, passenger and many more. 230 more words

Master Data

The Nested Set Model++

Since my first post on this topic got a lot of attention and traction, I felt it appropriate to expand on the topic a bit, even if it’s been largely covered by other bloggers in the past.   894 more words