Ryan Brideau edited this page Aug 7, 2016 · 9 revisions

So you want to do some Pokemon Go data analysis, eh? Great, let's get started.

To begin, what is Pokelyzer exactly? Well, basically it's a database. It depends on other people's software to send data into it, and other people's software to plug into it to perform the analysis. What makes it special is that follows dimensional modeling techniques to make data analysis dead simple, flexible and fast, and automatically creates spatial objects that make the data easy to use with GIS software.

In the other pages of this wiki, we'll walk through how to get it up and running. This is meant to be understood by beginners to data analysis that have some experience running their own web server, but not a ton of experience setting up databases. If you want to be really helpful, submit a pull request with recommended additions (same goes for typos).

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