Below is the latest in a series of thought leadership articles on issues in the supply chain written by Patrick Lemoine, Vice President of Customer Solutions at leading provider of cloud-based supply chain solutions, E2open.
Midsize Insider Predictive Analytics Tools: Avoiding Dirty Data Midsize Insider Now, scalable cloud computing resources and improved data collection methods have opened the door for predictive analytics tools, giving businesses the insight they...
Technology: Why Big Data is a Big Deal for lawyers InsideCounsel Big data has become today's next phenomenon because the science behind data analytics has continued to grow and is now being used to in numerous areas of our lives — more than just...
When I first got into the area of predictive analytics, it was quite simple. Identify one or two variables, gather some data, and plot a trend line using SPC (Upper and Lower Limits, etc.). This was ...
Last week Anametrix’s motorcycle-riding data scientist, Wils Corrigan, Ph.D. attended the Predictive Analytics Innovation Summit in San Diego. (Want to learn about predictive #analytics? @Anametrix #datascientist Wils Corrigan recaps #PASanDiego.
By Suresh Katta, Founder and CEO, Saama Technologies There continues to be a lot of hype surrounding Big Data and the associated words commonly linked to it. (What can be derived when Big Data, Data Science, and Analytics converge ?
Using Standards to Make Big Data Analytics That Work Brookings Institution (blog) Big data is a group of statistical techniques that uncover patterns. On their own, the correlations between individual data points have little substantive meaning.
Turn Big Data into Smart Data: You'll Have Happier Customers NewsFactor Network Predictive analytics expert Ingo Mierswa, who also happens to be CEO and founder of RapidMiner, recently blogged about the relationship between big data and smart data.
Big Data. A term fantastically overused, and equally as fantastically misunderstood. Kind of like teenage gossip: if everyone is talking about something, everyone thinks everyone else is doing it, so everyone says they’re doing it too.
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