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A new tool to address data prep and automation needs 
Modified By Chris Adams  on 2/20/2019 11:36:39 AM)

HI Everyone

I wanted to introduce to you a brand new tool for data preparation. It is called Mammoth and it is aiming to make data prep easier & more efficient.

You can do the following with Mammoth.

  1. Upload data or fetch data from various data sources
  2. Warehouse this data
  3. Transform data through an iterative process of discovery, preparation, blending, and insights
  4. Save process steps to a task pipeline so that any data changes in the future can go through the same steps automatically
  5. Use the prepared data for dashboarding or reporting either within Mammoth or in another dashboarding system

 

 
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