Chapter 9.3

Repetitive Analysis


There are many facets to the analysis of repetitive data. One type of data where repetitive data are found is in an open-ended continuous system. Another place where repetitive analytics is done is in a project-based environment. A common practice for analytics in repetitive analytics is that of looking for patterns. One issue that always occurs with repetitive pattern analysis is the occurrence of false positives. A useful approach for doing repetitive analytics is to create what is known as the “sandbox.” Analysis in the sandbox does not go outside of the corporation. On the other hand, the analyst is not constrained with regard to the analysis that is done or what data can be analyzed. Log tapes ...

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