The questions that are listed above derived from the uploaded data. They should be easily transformed to an SQL query which will be later on used as the lookalikes examples.
Transactional data, is the information recorded from transactions.In our case thetransactions should be human generated and non aggregated.
A transaction, is a sequence of information exchange and related work (such as database updating) that is treated as a unit for the purposes of satisfying a request. Transactional data can be financial, logistical or work-related, involving everything from a purchase order to shipping status to employee hours worked to insurance costs and claims.
As a part of transactional records, transactional data is grouped with associated master data and reference data. Transactional data records a time and relevant reference data needed for a particular transaction record.
The minimum data requirements are:
Endor uses 2 types of data:
Transactional data (At least one) - any human generated footprints (see Appendix):
Metadata (Optional) - information about the users (see Appendix):
You can use multiple transactional datasets and metadata sets from a variety of sources, as
long as there is a unique column in the datasets that connects them (usually user_id column).
Examples for different data sources :
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Examples in Green below.
Data types : <Please complete the table below>
Please share the following prior to the full data transfer:
Required fields (per table):
You may add as many additional data columns as you like in order to enhance the accuracy of the results.
Examples: Transactional data with user action and its geolocation…
Examples: User’s metadata, in this case we