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Process of Transformation, Storage and Data Analysis for Data Mart Enlargement

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Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 313)

Abstract

Creation of the information system is the complex and long process but it is only the first step in its existence. Most of information systems go through a certain development during its life cycle. Very often the users have defined the requests for the enlargement of the functionality and the volume of the displayed data. The process of the transformation, storage and analysis for data mart enlargement based on the users’ requests; concretely the data mart of the personal transport is presented in the paper. The expressions from the field of the Business Intelligence and the systems used for gaining data, data analysis or creation of forms and reports are explained.

Keywords

Data analysis Information Data marts Business intelligence 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Tomas Bata University in ZlinZlínCzech Republic

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