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DWT 2nd edition chapter 15 is about insurance. Is the schema described available in more detail anywhere?
Hi I read Kimball's Data warehouse toolkit and I came across a point that one of the advantages of having star schema is - BI / reporting tools in the market can leverage the symmetrical nature of the star schema. From what I know and I could
I have the following tables: PATIENTS: Stores data about Patients, ADDRESSES: Stores addresses of patients. ADDRESS_TYPE: The address of a patient can be of three types, home, work and vacations. MEDICS: A list of all the medical staff in the
I am trying to model the following: My fact table contains a row for every game played on a machine. Every game played is attached to a PayID with attributes. Every game played could also contribute to a prize pool with its own attributes. This means