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Accessing the detailed view of the database column analysis

Before you begin

A column analysis is defined and executed.

About this task

To access a more detailed view of the analysis results of the procedures outlined in Defining the columns to be analyzed and setting indicators and Finalizing and executing the column analysis, do the following:


  1. Click the Analysis Results tab at the bottom of the analysis editor to open the corresponding view.
  2. Click the name of the analyzed column for which you want to open the detailed results.
    Information noteTip: The display of the Analysis Results view depends on the parameters you set in the Preferences window. For more information, see Setting preferences of analysis editors and analysis results.
    The detailed analysis results view shows the generated graphics for the analyzed columns accompanied with tables that detail the statistic results.
    Below are the tables that accompany the Frequency and Simple Statistics graphics in the Analysis Results view for the analyzed email column.
    Graphical results in the Value Frequency and Simple Statistics sections.
    In the Simple Statistics table, if an indicator value is displayed in red, this means that a threshold has been set on the indicator in the column analysis editor and that this threshold has been violated. For further information about data thresholds, see Setting options for system or user-defined indicators.
    Below are the tables and the graphics representing the Benford's law statistics in the Analysis Results view for the analyzed total_sales column.
    Graphical results in the Benford Law section.
    For further information about the Benford's law statistics usually used as an indicator of accounting and expenses fraud in lists or tables, see Fraud Detection.
  3. Right-click any data row in the result tables and select View rows to access a view of the analyzed data.

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