Foreign keys are the way to use two different tables from the same schema, together. This post will highlight the three ways to use foreign keys in Chartio. This can be done in the schema page of your data source’s settings, setting foreign keys in Visual SQL, or using columns in our data pipeline to join between datasets.
In recent years, we’ve seen a big change in the way companies are using data. Read about how Udemy is shifting to on-demand data platforms.
Practicing good data hygiene is crucial. Not only for data teams, but for every aspect of the business. Good data hygiene is like washing your hands. Get best practices on how to implement good data hygiene at your organization.
There is more information about you in a database than you can possibly fathom, or probably care to know. Current estimates for the amount of data created in the year 2020 is 1.7 megabytes per human being on Earth, per second.
Not everyone has the easiest time building or maintaining it great data hygiene. Ben Perlmutter explains the importance of good data hygiene and highlight key methodologies that will help you build and maintain it.
While data cleansing can be seen as a sore spot for many of us, it’s crucial to visualizing our data. In this blog post, learn how to apply the Boy Scout Rule for data when thinking about cleaning and maintaining your dataset.