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Status Submitted
Workspace Db2 AI for z/OS
Created by Guest
Created on Oct 25, 2023

SQL DI - include percentile numbers on Data statistics tab post Analyze Data

this is for SQL DI, not sure if I should have raised this under the DB2 for zOS product.

In SQL DI workflow we train the model on a table and then post that we can choose the 'Analyze Data' option. If we then go to the Data Statistics tab we are presented with min, max, std etc numerical values. Here it may be a good idea to include percentile values e.g. 25%, 50%, 75%, 95% values as this then gives a very quick overview of the data spread and potential outliers.

Needed By Not sure -- Just thought it was cool