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Dagster + Great Expectations = Data quality right in your pipeline
Exciting news: We've partnered with Dagster on a Great Expectations integration!
Great Expectations Case Study: Calm
This case study describes how the data engineering team at Calm, the leading app for sleep, meditation, and relaxation, is using Great Expectations to ensure high quality data.
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Great Expectations Case Study: Komodo Health
This case study describes how Komodo Health, a healthcare technology startup, successfully leveraged Great Expectations to ensure data quality in their data pipelines.
Building a Self-Updating Data Dictionary with Great Expectations (UPDATED)
Extending Great Expectations data documentation makes it possible to build customized sites that are dynamically updated based on new data. Here, we build a self-updating data dictionary.
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Anonymized stats from the community will help improve Great Expectations.
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Choose Your Adventure: Exploring Great Expectations Datasources and Batch Kwargs
Datasources make it possible to interact with data and compute environments together; this blog post walks through some of the core API elements of Great Expectations datasources.
A pod of whales. A murder of crows. A [_____] of data scientists.
The data community weighs in on what we should call ourselves.
Welcome to Great Expectations, FileDataAsset!
The latest Great Expectations release has first-class support for FileDataAssets, with a new set of file-level expectations
Announcing Great Expectations v0.4 (We have SQL...!)
Great Expectations can now execute in native SQL using the SQL Alchemy API. Thanks to everyone who made this (and a bunch of other cool additions) happen!