The process of environmental monitoring relies on collecting a large amount of data; you lay out settle plates, place contact plates, conduct finger dabs, and take air samples, a process which becomes more sophisticated as time goes by.

You then record metadata—data about the data—including which operator worked in which room at what time, and the conditions of the cleanroom itself, from its temperature to air pressure. All this is stored in a spreadsheet or database so it’s easy to access, and you believe you have an accurate picture of what’s going on in your cleanroom.

But then you come to drawing insights from this abundance of information. Where do you begin? Your database is so vast it’s dizzying. You’re drowning in data.

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