Data Blending Definition

Data Blending

Data blending combines different sets of data, from multiple sources, into a new, single data set.

Data blending gathers data from different sources, and then combines those sources together to help analyze, summarize, or compare the data.

This blended data set can be summarized and visualized in a graphic display or dashboard for streamlined processing and analysis.

These data blends can help companies answer questions, discover patterns, monitor trends, and make predictions.

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