Computational Intelligence in Business Analytics: Concepts, Methods, and Tools for Big Data Applications (FT Press Analytics) - Kindle edition by Les Sztandera. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
AT&T Research just put together a kind of poor man's big data approach to complex visualizations. It's developed a way to use a mere laptop to run analytics on the 46 petabytes of data running across AT&T's networks every day.
In a data science project, we want to get to the ultimate goal of extracting knowledge from a given set of data, knowledge that we can use to predict and explain future and past observed events. Like other quantitative sciences, for example, physics or chemistry, we want to get at the underlying causes of observed events in our world around us.
To most of the people data mining is all about collecting loads of data then the quant wizards work their magic and the transformation produces amazing stuff. But the major question is how does this...
In this blog we will try to get Tweets using Flume and save them into HDFS for later analysis. Twitter exposes the API (more here) to get the Tweets. The service is free, but requires the user to register for the service. Cloudera wrote a three part series (1, 2, 3) for Twitter Analysis using Hadoop, the code for the same is here. For the impatient, I will quickly summarize how to get data into HDFS using Flume and start doing some analytics using Hive.
In a Single Page Web Application, much of the data that is in active usage is stored on the client side, reducing the amount of chatter that needs to happen over the wire. In the client, this data is stored in JSON. In a Single Page Web Application, much of the communication between the client and server is done over AJAX, with data transmitted in JSON strings. Because the data is transmitted and stored and used in the same format, there is no impedance mismatch requiring marshalling data from one format to another. This results in both quicker development and execution time.
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