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by Rahul Reddy Ravipally, Srikanth Manne, Manjula Hosurmath | Published February 19, 2019
In this code pattern, we’ll generate insights by integrating data from multiple data sources like Db2 On Cloud, CSV File, Db2 Warehouse, using Watson Studio. Telling a story with data usually involves integrating data from multiple sources. Being able to combine data from multiple sources is essential when performing analysis. With this pattern, we’ll work with a few data sources namely Db2 On Cloud, CSV File, and Db2 Warehouse. With the power of Watson Studio, this technique can be applied to other sources like MySQL databases, IBM Db2 Big SQL, Oracle database, PostgreSQL, Microsoft SQL Server, and many more–no matter the dataset size.
In this pattern, we’ll demonstrate the methodology with the following use case: A watch manufacturing company makes five types of watches, in three different branch locations (Manchester, Glasgow and Madrid). The watch company uses three different selling methods (telephone, visiting the store, and online). The sales data for each of these branches is stored in a different data source ( Db2 on Cloud, Db2 Warehouse, and CSV files). We’ll integrate data from all three sources and put it on a single data source (Db2 warehouse). This integrated data will then be used to derive insights–and visualized on an embedded dashboard. This will help us interpret which product is performing the best and which branch is performing the best.
After completing this code pattern, you’ll understand how to:
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