What is text analytics and how can it be beneficial to my business, skillset, or predictive models? If you’ve searched out this website, it is likely that you are here to learn the how of text analytics. In this case, we will primarily address the how with IBM/SPSS Modeler. But, we will also answer the question of why. Why will be answered several times over in the use case section, but in overview the broader question is “What is text analytics?”
Figure 1: Network Diagram for the period before the falling of Oil pricesBig Data is indeed disrupting our industries and to a data scientist, the best way to prove that and show it to people is to play around with some data!The fall of Oil prices is one of the most prominent topics in our world nowadays, so its a matter of curiosity for any data enthusiast to see what Big Data can tell us about the Oil market's scene. We analyzed hundred of thousands of news article mentioning the Oil & Gas discussions before and after the fall of Oil prices in a 6 months’ time frame. We used the G
From the Domesday Book to modern government papers, the National Archives' collection of more than 11m historical government and public records is one of the world’s largest. It includes paper and parchment…
ARQIVA HAS ANNOUNCED the first 10 cities in its nationwide Internet of Things (IoT) network.
The company, best known as the operator of the UK's terrestrial television transmitter infrastructure, has switched on IoT transceivers in Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, Manchester, London (starting in Greenwich) and Sheffield.
Visualised in graphs I am presenting the long-term data on how we are changing our world. This is the Empirical View on How We Are Making Our World a Better Place. Topic by topic I cover the decline of violence and the increase of tolerance and political rights. Improving living standards, health and well-being; population changes and associated success in preserving our environment. Increasing knowledge about our word and spreading education.
It's Gartner Hype Cycle time again. And this year, big data is among a handful of technologies pushed downhill to the trough of disillusionment. On the one hand, big G is correct. On The Other Hand, none of this should be a surprise: We've been telling you this for ages...
I remember the days of Bezdek, fuzzy c-means clustering. My humble team developed algorithms to classify landmines in Angola. We spent a lot of time looking at the data, matrices and vectors before selecting a random sample group. Principal component analysis was another popular method to compress the data to decrease the cost of algorithms. It was not too long ago that I wrote my dissertation on it in 2010.
Tim O’Reilly has been at the cutting edge of the Internet since it went commercial. In fact, he helped take it there: In August 1993 he released the Global Network Navigator, a web page containing information, catalogs and a marketplace, which may have been the first site with advertising.
Today we are announcing MongoDB 3.0. This release marks the beginning of a new phase in which we build on an increasingly mature foundation to deliver a database so powerful, flexible, and easy to manage that it can be the new DBMS standard for any team, in any industry.
You probably know IBM's Watson platform best from its winning performance on Jeopardy. But the supercomputer is more than just a mechanism for IBM to publicly shame smart people. It's arguably the most powerful natural-language supercomputer in the world, and thanks to a new public beta, its number-crunching abilities are open to all.
Organizations ranging from Zipcar to bike-sharing programs rely on remote unlocking and return of assets. Sharing economy companies that rely on individual assets need to do the same to compete on experience and drive member loyalty.
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
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Distributing your curated content through a newsletter is a great way to nurture and engage your email subscribers will developing your traffic and visibility.
Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.