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On 07/02/2012, Jay Lozier <> wrote:

IMHO, the real problem is that good data modeling is not usually taught
to users and unless they start working with databases they never learn
data modeling. Most books on using databases will, if briefly, discuss
the concepts of data modeling and database design. I do not remember any
book on a spreadsheet discussing it or even mentioning it.

Not sure if this beyond the scope of LO, but an explanation of how to
perform basic data modelling, design, planning would be very useful,
especially as a "suggested reading guide" before explaining the
features of base and calc.

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