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Re: the distinction between data and intelligence

From: Kenneth Downs <knode.wants.this_at_see.sigblock>
Date: Sun, 26 Jun 2005 20:33:04 -0400
Message-Id: <38u3p2-clp.ln1@pluto.downsfam.net>


mountain man wrote:

> "Kenneth Downs" <knode.wants.this_at_see.sigblock> wrote in message
> news:7a30p2-ak7.ln1_at_pluto.downsfam.net...

>> mountain man wrote:

>
>>> Here's a question for you, and anyone into developing
>>> code within a project that involves change management
>>> of this code suite over some years ....
>>>
>>> Do you build a simple stats history data table for each
>>> of the code modules?  ie: whenever code is invoked
>>> by a user, this is logged to a table (procid, userid,
>>> datetime).
>>>
>>
>> Nope.

>
>
> This information can sometimes be handy in order
> to map and quantify the demographics of use of the
> elements of the suite.
>
>
>

Not in my case. To map use we look at change logs on tables and columns. Since the code is tied directly to the definitions of columns and table, measuring one gives a measure of the other.

-- 
Kenneth Downs
Secure Data Software, Inc.
(Ken)nneth@(Sec)ure(Dat)a(.com)
Received on Sun Jun 26 2005 - 19:33:04 CDT

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