Values - Example #1 - Teradata Warehouse Miner - 5.4.4

Teradata Warehouse Miner User Guide - Volume 1Introduction and Profiling

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Teradata Warehouse Miner
vrm_release
5.4.4
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User Guide
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B035-2300-077K
  1. Parameterize a Values analysis as follows:
    • Columns to Analyze
      • twm_customer.income
      • twm_customer.age
      • twm_customer.years_with_bank
      • twm_customer.nbr_children
      • twm_customer.gender
      • twm_customer.marital_status
    • Compute the Number of Unique Values for each column — Enabled
  2. Run the analysis.
  3. When it completes, click in the RESULTS tab. For this example, the Values analysis generated the following results. The SQL is not shown for brevity.
    Values Example #1 Data
    xtbl xcol xtype xcnt xnull xunique xblank xzero xpos xneg
    TWM_CUST… income INTEGER 747 0 640 0 102 645 0
    TWM_CUST… age SMALLINT 747 0 77 0 0 747 0
    TWM_CUST… years_with_bank SMALLINT 747 0 10 0 88 659 0
    TWM_CUST… nbr_children SMALLINT 747 0 6 0 466 281 0
    TWM_CUST… gender CHAR(1) 747 0 2 0 0 0 0
    TWM_CUST… marital_status CHAR(1) 747 0 4 0 0 0 0
    Values Example #1 Graph

    Thumbnails for each column in the analyses are shown in Absolute Counts (bar graph) format. As the mouse passes over each thumbnail, the cursor changes to indicate a hyperlink, and the individual graphs can be maximized by clicking on the thumbnail:

    Values Example #1 Graph: Maximize Thumbnail

    The maximized graphic becomes modal and must closed to return to the user interface.

  4. Right click on a graph and select Relative Counts (circle graph) to view that graphic.
    Values Example #1 Graph: Relative Counts