Measurement Pattern: flexible and adaptable measurements!
These patterns will save you precious time because you will not have to start from scratch every time.
Did you know that more than one-third of a data model usually consists of common constructs applicable to most organizations?
Last week my new course was launched on 10 Data Modeling Patterns. A course that I believe is relevant for every business and functional analyst. Why?
These patterns will save you precious time because you will not have to start from scratch every time. On top of that, they offer a lot of flexibility and help identify relevant questions for the business and clarify some technical aspects.
One of the common constructs that I often encounter are measurements of a whole variety of objects. In hospitals, we store measurements of patients. A car manufacturer stores measurements of cars.
I’m sure your organization stores measurements as well. To store this in a flexible and adaptable way -that will save you time as well- you should use the measurement pattern. I can hear you thinking: very interesting, but how does it work?
Precisely what I put together for you in this poster. Discover the anatomy and advantages of the measurement pattern in this new poster.