Time Series Database Management
For Microsoft Windows.

Dbank Time Series Warehousing

I. Introduction

II. Common Data Managment Problems

III. Technology Overview

IV. Loading Data

V. Implementation Requirements

VI. Development of Dynamic Spreadsheets

VII. Economic Information Sharing and Internet publication

VIII. Automated Internet publication

IX. Summary


VII. Economic Information Sharing & Internet Publication

Although the most important benefit of technology is to help statistical staff prepare/produce their statistical tables and reduce unnecessary data entry, while increasing productivity, efficiency, and data integrity, it is also important to present data effectively to executives, top management, and the public.

Generally, there are three ways to use Dbank for Windows to present time-series data to users: (a) electronic transmission of published statistical information through e-mail; (b) distribution through a network of pre-designed table templates that are dynamically linked to the designated database to retrieve selected macroeconomic and financial information; and (c) posting information on the Intranet or Internet.

It is possible to identify a list of frequently requested statistical tables in order to pre-design these tables and dynamically link them to the specific database. The user can access specific folders and open these protected tables, change the data period, and get requested information. Most of the cells in these tables are “read-only,” and users are allowed only to change the date and refresh the table. These dynamically linked tables can be indexed to facilitate users’ searches.

Of course, users can also go directly to the database to look for the particular database and time series they want to conduct analyses or directly export data to spreadsheets.


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