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Flafka: Big Data Solution for Data Silos

From the previous post on “Poor Data Management Practices“,  the discussion ended with a high level approach to one possible solution for data silos. Traditional approaches for solving the data silo problem can cost millions of dollars (even for a moderately sized company), and typically requires a huge effort in…See More
Mar 22
Randall Shane's blog post was featured

Flafka: Big Data Solution for Data Silos

From the previous post on “Poor Data Management Practices“,  the discussion ended with a high level approach to one possible solution for data silos. Traditional approaches for solving the data silo problem can cost millions of dollars (even for a moderately sized company), and typically requires a huge effort in…See More
Mar 22
Randall Shane's blog post was featured

Ontologies: Practical Applications

In the previous post, "Why Ontologies", we explored concepts at a very high level about what an ontology is, and how they can be used in AI, NLP, data integration, and knowledge management applications. So what does the picture of…See More
Feb 28
Randall Shane posted a blog post

Ontologies: Practical Applications

In the previous post, "Why Ontologies", we explored concepts at a very high level about what an ontology is, and how they can be used in AI, NLP, data integration, and knowledge management applications. So what does the picture of…See More
Feb 28
Kevin Bass liked Randall Shane's blog post Why Ontologies?
Feb 28
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Feb 28
Randall Shane posted a blog post

Why Ontologies?

In short, an ontology is the specification of a conceptualization. What does that mean from the perspective of the information sciences? Wikipedia's definition: "formal naming and definition of the types, properties, and interrelationships of the entities that really or fundamentally exist for a particular domain of discourse." This basically means, like all models, that it is a representation of what actually exists in reality. A statistical or mathematical model attempts to represent some…See More
Feb 25
Shay Pal liked Randall Shane's blog post Why Ontologies?
Feb 23
Randall Shane's blog post was featured

Why Ontologies?

In short, an ontology is the specification of a conceptualization. What does that mean from the perspective of the information sciences? Wikipedia's definition: "formal naming and definition of the types, properties, and interrelationships of the entities that really or fundamentally exist for a particular domain of discourse." This basically means, like all models, that it is a representation of what actually exists in reality. A statistical or mathematical model attempts to represent some…See More
Feb 23
Randall Shane posted a blog post

Why Ontologies?

In short, an ontology is the specification of a conceptualization. What does that mean from the perspective of the information sciences? Wikipedia's definition: "formal naming and definition of the types, properties, and interrelationships of the entities that really or fundamentally exist for a particular domain of discourse." This basically means, like all models, that it is a representation of what actually exists in reality. A statistical or mathematical model attempts to represent some…See More
Feb 23
Dan K. Hansen liked Randall Shane's blog post Data Integrity: The Rest of the Story Part II
Dec 6, 2015
Randall Shane posted a blog post

Summary of NOAA Analysis

v0.2 of the application.The analysis and discussion over the last few months on data integrity have finally positioned me to do some basic analysis of the NOAA data. Undoubtedly, as you look through the data in the interactive program below, you will see things that cause you to question the data. If you have the time, and the interest, please go back and read through my earlier posts on …See More
Sep 1, 2015
Randall Shane's blog post was featured

Summary of NOAA Analysis

v0.2 of the application.The analysis and discussion over the last few months on data integrity have finally positioned me to do some basic analysis of the NOAA data. Undoubtedly, as you look through the data in the interactive program below, you will see things that cause you to question the data. If you have the time, and the interest, please go back and read through my earlier posts on …See More
Aug 14, 2015
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Aug 14, 2015
Randall Shane posted a blog post

Summary of NOAA Analysis

v0.2 of the application.The analysis and discussion over the last few months on data integrity have finally positioned me to do some basic analysis of the NOAA data. Undoubtedly, as you look through the data in the interactive program below, you will see things that cause you to question the data. If you have the time, and the interest, please go back and read through my earlier posts on …See More
Aug 13, 2015

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IT professional with over 20 years of experience as a subject matter expert in technology and industry thought leadership assisting senior technology and business leaders in translating business needs into technical requirements and system specifications. With an emphasis in data engineering, specializing in the design, management, and analysis of data that, with integrity intact, provides actionable information.
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Randall Shane's Blog

Flafka: Big Data Solution for Data Silos

Posted on March 22, 2017 at 1:30pm 0 Comments

From the previous post on “Poor Data Management Practices“,  the discussion ended with a high level approach to one possible solution for data silos. Traditional approaches for solving the data silo problem can cost millions of dollars (even for a moderately sized company), and typically…

Continue

Ontologies: Practical Applications

Posted on February 28, 2017 at 8:00am 0 Comments

In the previous post, "Why Ontologies", we explored concepts at a very high level about what an ontology is, and how they can be used in AI, NLP, data integration, and knowledge management applications. So what…

Continue

Why Ontologies?

Posted on February 22, 2017 at 5:30pm 0 Comments

In short, an ontology is the specification of a conceptualization. What does that mean from the perspective of the information sciences? Wikipedia's definition: "formal naming and definition of the types, properties, and interrelationships of the entities that really or fundamentally exist for a particular domain of discourse." This basically means, like all models, that it is a representation of what actually exists in reality. A statistical or mathematical…

Continue

Summary of NOAA Analysis

Posted on August 22, 2015 at 7:00am 0 Comments

v0.2 of the application.

The analysis and discussion over the last few months on data integrity have finally positioned me to do some basic analysis of the NOAA data. Undoubtedly, as you look through the data in the interactive program below, you will see things that cause you to question the data. If you have the time, and the interest, please go back and read through my earlier posts on …

Continue

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