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Analysis is the process of breaking down thing(s) into parts/pieces/smaller organizable units, with the goal of learning what the parts do and how they interrelate to one another.

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A popular answer comes from a 2010 question on Stackoverflow - Source Link Northwind database - (documentation & data model) NopCommerce sample dataset E-commerce dataset from Amazon / Google Produc …
answered Apr 8 '15 by philshem
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If you are using R, there is the R Datasets Package. In this way, the data is prepared and ready for analyis in R. There are also examples of the R code, which includes how to use the library. See he …
answered Feb 22 '14 by philshem
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If you found non-aggregate data based on latitude/longitude, then you'd still need some algorithm to map your point to the nearest measurement coordinates - which is not trivial. It's unlikely to find …
answered Sep 23 '16 by philshem