If you are a data architect or a business analyst, chances are you’ve used some type of bitemporal data design during your career. Many of us have been exposed to aspects of the bitemporal design by using time series data, temporal data, or historical data. You can find examples on the internet and in newspapers every day (i.e. ycharts.com, census.gov). To me, it is too good to not get an in-depth evaluation, hence I am writing this article. I will share the concept of bitemporal data, and examine patterns for successful implementation.
What is Bitemporal Data?
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