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Some Thoughts on Analytics in a Post COVID-19 Environment
 In these most difficult times, the use of analytics...
Re-examining Model Evaluation: The CRISP Approach
 The performance of prediction models can be judged using...
An Agile Approach to Data Science Product Development
 Introduction With the huge growth in machine learning over...
Wise Practitioner – Predictive Analytics Interview Series: Haig Nalbantian at Mercer – BIZ
 By: Eric Siegel, Founder, Predictive Analytics World for Business...

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Nadal or Djokovic? Predicting the winner of the US Open

  Most pundits will have an opinion on who will triumph in this year’s US Open men’s final – Rafael Nadal or Novak Djokovic – but the best insights into who will be crowned champion will come from the same technology that has helped cities to lower crime rates and plan for extreme weather. Deep

14 Rules for Data-Driven, Not Data-Deluded, Marketing

 We’re now in the crossfire of a peaking hype cycle for big data and its inevitable backlash. One marketer the other night was yelling on Twitter, “Big Data People need to GET OFF MY LAWN.” I confess,...

Big Data, Mobility, Cloud Technologies Put Pressure on Federal IT

 To overcome these challenges, network managers expect to transform almost half of their agency’s infrastructure by 2015. Federal agencies plan to fully deploy data center consolidation, mobility, security, big data and cloud computing (the Big Five) efforts...

Predictive Analytics in Software: Focusing on Automation

 Once you have identified decisions that could usefully be improved by predictive analytics you must develop predictive analytic models for each decision. Each decision is going to require a different predictive analytic model, perhaps several. Some predictive...

The Rising Value of Predictive Analytics

 The rising prevalence and increasingly varied applications of business intelligence software and analytics solutions continue to be a hot topic in the business world. Companies in a wide variety of sectors are approaching these tools and finding different...

Don’t Worry, Big Data Hasn’t Jumped the Shark Yet

 It seems Big Data is currently persona non grata. In the last week, a headline in The New York Times asked “Is Big Data an Economic Big Dud?” and, based on some (perhaps mis-interpreted) sentiments in the most...

Big Data Market to Reach $46.34 Billion by 2018

 The research firm MarketsandMarkets predicts that the global big data market will show a 26 percent compound annual growth rate from 2013 to 2018. The global big data market is forecast to show a compound annual growth...

Data Mining Is a Risky Business

 In the last few weeks a vigorous discussion on the legality of the NSA’s data mining efforts in the war on terror has raged. The revelations by former NSA contractor turned whistleblower Edward Snowden have concerned American...

From Machines to Crops to Animals: Big Data Turns Traditional Farming Upside Down

 The agricultural industry has seen many changes in the past 100 years. Since the birth of the industrial agriculture in 1900, we have moved forward to the era of digital enhanced agriculture where everything that is done...

How Small Businesses Can Mine Big Data

 As buzzwords go, big data is currently one of the most powerful—and one of the most perplexing. It sounds like something only multinational conglomerates can afford. But the concept of analyzing very large amounts of data and...

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