Posts Tagged ‘CDC’

Leverage Data Analytics In Software Development To Grow Business Value

SCD Type 1 using tAddCRCRow component

When we approach a scenario related to database, commonly used SCD types. Even though Talend has an inbuilt component we mostly prefer not to use tDBSCD feature to improve performance. The common way to implement SCD is to normalize a job design instead of using a single component. Irrespective of technology people look for an […]

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Big Foot Forward With AI To Treat Insulin Dependent Diabetics

Background of Diabetic Market in the US According to a 2020 Center for Disease Control (“CDC”), the United States has approximately 34 million people with diabetes. Of these, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) estimates that 7% are Type 1, meaning their body produces no insulin, and cannot survive without does of insulin. Of the […]

Researchers Are Scouring EHR And FAERS Data For Safety Signals

  Patients who are being treated for diseases, such as cancer, often require multiple drugs to manage their conditions. For example, patients are often prescribed drugs that treat the actual disease, while others are meant to manage side effects from those drugs. Many of these patients can probably attest to inquiring about or doing their […]

Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) – Logical or “soft” deletes

Logical deletes are a common practice when loading dimensions in a data warehouse. If a dimensional record is deleted in the source database, it may need to continue to exist in your data warehouse. In my recent project, this was one of the requirements set during the design phase. Since ODI was being used as […]

A Month Later: Google Flu Update

A month ago I blogged about Google Flu Trends measurements of flu-related search terms and how it related to official data from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. As it turns out, flu cases came in quite a bit below what Google was predicting. “Flu Trends is meant to be a complementary tool to the […]