According to Gartner, “Big Data Discovery” is the next big trend in analytics. It’s the logical combination of three of the hottest trends of the last few years in analytics: Big Data, Data Discovery, and Data Science.
You know your keynotes at conferences have a positive impact when they raise awareness. My keynotes raise awareness not just to the science that is analytics and its application, but also the need to achieve erudition at it. I know, because one of the most commonly asked post-keynote questions I [...]
Executives at the helm of organisations today are experimenting with ways that big data can be used to strategically add business value. A survey of more than 395 C-level executives, sponsored by Platfora, shows that senior leaders are optimistic about the capabilities of big data, but many still struggle with big-data applications. The application of big data across a wide array of corporate activities increases beyond customer- facing functions. Today, big data tends to be siloed within organisational departments. The survey indicates, however, that executives realise that it should be a shared responsibility, one that is coordinated across the enterprise. This executive summary report explores the different C-suite beliefs, priorities and opinions on the subject of big-data analytics.
Top 20 Free Software for Text Analysis, Text Mining, Text Analytics: Review of Top 20 Free Software for Text Analysis, Text Mining, Text Analytics including QDA Miner Lite, KH Coder, TAMS Analyzer, Carrot2, CAT, GATE, tm, Gensim, Natural Language ...
Waw, our course list for teaching R is getting bigger and bigger. We have now courses on basic, R, advanced R, R package building, statistical machine learning with R, text mining with R and spatial analysis with R.
In my frequent engagement with business, regulatory and political leaders on the topic of Big Data I am often asked: “Who is getting Big Data right, and what are they doing differently to get positive results?
Lorien Pratt is co-founder and chief scientist of Mountain View-based Quantellia, which offers data, analytics, and decision intelligence software and services worldwide. Pratt previously served as global director of telecommunications research for Stratecast (a division of Frost & Sullivan) and also worked at Bellcore and IBM. A graduate of Dartmouth College and Rutgers University, she... Read more »
"use cases seemed to have focused on just a few, very lucrative ones, and that many other applications of this great technology had been left by the wayside. In what appeared to be a bit of winner-take-all"
R, an open-source statistical and data mining programming language, is slowly but surely catching up in its race with commercial software like SAS & SPSS. I believe R will eventually replace SAS as the language of choice for modeling and analysis for most organizations. The primary reason for this is plainly commercial. Most organizations areRead More...
“Text mining is currently a live issue in data analysis. Enoromus text data resourses on the Internet made it an important component of Big Data world. The potential of information hidden in the words...
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