Big Data Analytics' Selections functionality is based on many years of experience analyzing data and learning how users search and select data.
Big Data Analytics identifies and extracts registers graphically -individually or in groups-, applies complex conditions, combines data in tables that are not directly linked, uses “%”, “*”, “like”, “include”, “if”, “and”, “or”, brackets and others, with the aim of obtaining values or registers. Also, Big Data Analytics selects randomly, 1 of n, classifies, obtains discreet values, generates groups, drags&drops, inverts, excludes, combines segments, filters, domains, saves, saves as, exports selections, etc.
What our customers are already doing:
- Sample selection: How can you get a sample with the 10 oldest unemployed men in London? You can do this using the "Selections" tool which enables you to get the segment that meets the conditions you have specified.
- Using the reverse functionality: How can you get the records of the non women directors? You can do this using the "Selections" tool which enables you to get the segment that meets the conditions you have specified.
- Selection with resolution change: How many households have female directors with incomes between 60.000$ and 70.000$? You can find that out by using the "Selections" tool, combining segments and building a complex query. Every time you run the Selections tool it will gather all the registers that meet the established conditions.
- Parametric selection query: How can we get a segment classified by gender with the number of clients younger than 25 years old whose occupation is "Shop Worker"? To solve this case we use a parameterized gender selection that creates a different segment based on the parameter input.
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