Ten Mistakes to Avoid In Dimensional Modeling

Ten Mistakes to Avoid In Dimensional Modeling: Asset

 

By Christopher Adamson

To attain the full potential of your dimensional model, it is necessary to master a broad range of principles, understand how and what to model, and avoid lapsing into habits from other modeling disciplines. A dimensional model of your business is an important asset of your BI program. Maximize its value by avoiding these 10 mistakes.

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