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A/B Testing Analysis with Incorta PySpark

OverviewWhat is A/B testing?Case StudyData SetTest HypothesesAnalysis in PySparkLoad the data into SparkClean up the dataCalculate the summary of controlled and treatment groupZTest PySpark UDFCall the PySpark UDFConvert the Resulted Array to DataFra...

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Data Harmonization for Multi-Source

Introduction When creating visualizations based on multiple source systems, tables must be aligned to achieve a wholistic view of a business. For example, organizations that migrate from one ERP to another align invoice tables from each ERP to see al...

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Multi-Source Table Design

Struggling to wrangle data from multiple sources? Learn about how and when to combine similar data points from disparate sources with three different approaches using the Incorta Platform.

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How Joins Work in Incorta

Introduction Incorta supports the following types of joins: One-to-one (1:1) Many-to-one (M:1) Many-to-many (M:M) joins using Materialized Views Example: Simple Many-to-one (M:1) Join Tables: Sales table Customer table The Sales table has mult...

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