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Our company uses Information Analyzer to profile data and run data quality rules against many systems. This information is presented via a dashboard. To populate this dashboard we manually extract information from the various reports in IA. This is a tedious process, but we cannot get all the information from the IA views that are in the reports. We would like to expand the views to include addition columns on existing views and a few new views.
We'd like the following column analysis fields accessable from the views (most values are from the frequency distribution and conformity reports): Null Count, Distinct Values Count, List of Distinct values, frequency percentage, cumulative percentage, frequency count, frequency examples
For data quality we'd like the following additional views: Exceptions by rule Metadata by rule (rule name, tables, columns, and schemas used in the rule, rule logic)
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