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How should I expose data from my app for data scientists?
I'm the product manager for an online app. I'm currently researching a new feature where our users will be able to access "all their raw application data". This data is likely to be used by data scientists, it's also likely to be loaded into BI tools. The datasets will contain up to a few million rows.
How should I actually expose the data in a practical sense?
Online datasource like Amazon Redshift
Some other RDBMS available online (e.g. a dedicated postgres installation)
CSV files available on S3
CSV files available for download in a web interface
Dumps into Google sheets
Doesn't matter as decent data scientists can easily handle and automate anything