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FlyData Anatomy Series: The Data Extraction Process
FlyData Anatomy Series Part 1: The Data Extraction Process Streamlining data into Amazon Redshift could be a challenge. At FlyData, we strive to make data loading as easy as possible, so that your data is always available in your Amazon Redshift cluster for you to query. In this series, we’d lik...
Cognitive Biases in Data Science
We often think of “data” as an objective form of information, as something we just observe and record into computers and write on spreadsheets. In reality, data can be just as subjective as the humans that record it. In scientific fields especially, where empirical methods are used to observe and...
A Brief History of Data Analysis
As Thomas Davenport and D.J. Patil wrote in an article titled "Data Scientist: The Sexiest Job of the 21st Century" in 2012, data analysis is getting a lot of attention nowadays. It’s taking on an increasingly larger role at all sizes of companies, including small startups. The practice of data a...
Three Things to Consider When Making Investments in your Big Data Infrastructure
Is your company data-driven? Thought so. Data and “data-drivenness” has become so integral to companies’ success nowadays, that it would feel weird to hear somebody say “oh, our company doesn’t care about data”. In fact, it sounds almost as if it’s a crime to disrespect data like that. So, for th...
How to Extract Data from Amazon Redshift
After using FlyData to load data into Amazon Redshift, you may want to extract data from your Redshift tables to Amazon S3. There are various reasons why you would want to do this, for example: You want to load the data in your Redshift tables to some other data source (e.g. MySQL) To better man...
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