Join Lynn Langit for an in-depth discussion in this video Linking museum data, part of NoSQL for SQL Professionals.
- Here's Business Question #4.…Where can patrons view works by families of painters?…Now, this might strike you as…a difficult to understand question,…because it's very specific to the domain…in which it's being asked, and the domain is art museums.…So, this is a business question for a group…of art museums that are trying to understand…how to present their information so that patrons…or viewers or potential patrons can choose…which museums or groups of museums to visit.…
So the source data here is art museum data.…One interesting aspect of this data…is it's captured in a variety of locations,…specifically in the different art museums around the world.…Now, more and more as data formats…become standardized in particular industries,…whether it's, in this case, art museums,…or medical domain, or government,…and, with the advent of cloud and fast internet…in all locations in the world, or most locations,…more types of domains are trying to make connections…between what were silos or separate containers of data.…
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