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Is MongoDB appropriate for systems that will be likely to change?

I've been using MongoDb (mainly with Meteor) and for me, it has been a great way to mock up prototypes and proof of concepts quickly. I'm just wondering, after building the initial product, if your ...
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Help with database design with a strict and structured subset of clinical data

I'm developing an application to keep some of the data in chronic patients, the data came from a very strict subset of data, vital signs, exams, ecc. On a first glance I thought to create a Patient ...
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0answers
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Seeking Mongoose schema design advice

I'm having some trouble deciding on a proper way to layout some of my schemas in Mongoose. I have a User schema currently as: { name: { type: String, default: "" }, phoneNumber: {type: String, ...
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How to represent a tree structure in NoSQL

I'm new to NoSQL and have been playing around with a personal project on the MEAN stack (Mongo ExpressJs AngularJs NodeJs). I'm building a document editor of sorts that manages nodes of data. Each ...
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1answer
103 views

Do we have any special design considerations for maintaining anonymity in an application?

This is an open-ended question which I am analysing while doing some fun projects in leisure. Websites like Google, Facebook do store user activities and perhaps sell them or use them for ...
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2answers
474 views

MongoDB: Is this a good schema design?

I'm working on a Meteor app which lets users create events and assign them crew members. I've played around with MongoDB before and made some experiences along the way, where for instance my first ...
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1answer
520 views

Mongodb array vs object

New with Mongodb, and I'm not sure what implications or benefits there are between the use of an array vs an object. So.. As above what are the implications and benefits between the use of arrays ...
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Document-oriented vs Column-oriented database fit

I have a data-intensive application that desperately needs a database make-over. The general data model: There are records with RIDs, grouped together by group IDs (GID). The records have arbitrary ...