Data Set Details

The details page for a data set displays the Readme, Tags and data assets. You can also have discussions through comments, define experts and view the data lineage for all assets contained within the data set.

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Title

This is the name of the data set. You can select the star to assign the data set as one of your favorites. Doing this will cause the data set to show up under the “favorites” section of the ` list data sets </catalog/data_sets/list_data_set.html>`_ page.

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README

The README section gives you the ability to create a description for your Data Set that everyone will remember!

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You can edit your README by selecting the edit button in the top right section.


Tags

Tags are a great way to quickly add labels to your data set. Later on, in the Tags section, we will see how you view all of your tagged items in a single place.

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Details

The Details section of the Data Set contains everything about how your Data Set fits into your overall data ecosystem. Each of the sections below represents a tab:

Data Assets

This is a list of all of the data assets that belong within this data set. You can filter data assets by selecting the filter options and you can search within the table.

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Comments

You can add, edit or reply to comments for your Data Sets. This is a good way to capture repetitive questions and answers that relate specificly to this data set.

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Experts

The two types of Experts are displayed for Data Sets:

  1. Power Users: the users that use this Data Sets the most often.

  2. Volunteer SMEs: the users who raise their hands and volunteer as experts

These are a great way to quickly find out who is actually using this Data Set and who you can contact if you have questions!

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Lineage

The lineage for a data set displays the full lineage for all assets within the data set.

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To learn more about how to use lineage, visit the Lineae and Exploration page.