You can access detailed documentation on our data models, including which reports and fields are available in Crisp. Just log into Crisp and click here or select Data Catalog from the main menu on the left side of the screen.


To use the data catalog:

  1. If you want to see the data available from a specific source:
    • Select the source name from the list (e.g., Amazon Vendor Central).
      The most frequently used tables for that source appear.
    • Select a visible table to see the data it contains, or select See all to browse a full list of tables for that source.
  2. If you want to filter the data catalog by specific criteria, select a filter (e.g., E-commerce) from one of the following filter types:
    • Categories: Focus on specific types of data, such as e-commerce or DC inventory, to help you answer targeted analytics questions.
    • Data Refresh Frequency: See data based on how often Crisp checks for new data from the source. Note: The source data may be updated at a different frequency from the frequency with which Crisp checks for new data. For example, a report may be updated weekly from the source, but Crisp may check for data updates on a daily basis. 
    • Data Preparation Type: Choose one of the following options to filter by the level of processing applied to the data:
      • Source— Tables that reflect the source system's structures as much as possible.
        Note: Crisp often has to do some transformations of source data, like column transposition and normalization, in order to provide tabular data.
      • Normalized— Tables cleaned and normalized by Crisp.
      • DenormalizedTables cleaned, normalized, and then denormalized by Crisp.
      • Harmonized— Tables with data from multiple sources harmonized by Crisp to give you a unified analytics feed. For more information, see Crisp harmonized data feed.
    • Show Deprecated (toggle): Choose whether or not to show data tables that have been deprecated.
      Once you select a filter, the list on the right side of the screen updates based on your selection.

  3. If you want to export tables for printing or conversion to a PDF:
    • Once you select a table, select the print icon at the top-right of the screen, then choose one of the following options:
      • Print table— Export the currently selected table.
      • Add to list Allows you to export multiple tables at once. When you select this option, the table is added to a list. You can continue to add additional tables to the list, then when you are ready to export all the tables in the list, select the print icon again and choose Print list
        Once you select Print table or Print list, a dialog box appears where you can choose to print your document or export it to a PDF. 

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