The mantra is famous in Hollywood history: "Lions, and Tigers, and Bears. Oh my!" It brought fear to young viewers everywhere. But, as the story goes, it was soon obvious that there was nothing to fear.
With so much Big Data noise, and hype, and pressure (oh my!) pressing in on us from all sides, there is understandable fear and loathing around the concept of Big Data. In my opinion, the way to…Continue
I have been reading about Jigsaw Academy's new HR Analytics Training Course, which starts soon (January 26, 2014). HR Analytics is a remarkably interesting new field -- or, one could say, an old field with exciting new dimensions! The application of…Continue
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By CKM Advisors Natural Language Analysis Team,
Last year we posted a popular piece offering our view on…Continue
During an earlier post I wrote about how the use of ‘small data’ can…Continue
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This is a short video that contains the criteria that I use while choosing the appropriate clustering algorithm. If you have other criteria that you use, please do let me know by leaving a comment on my blog or by reaching out to me on Twitter @VRaoRao Thanks!
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Check out this post on using Plotly bubble charts to display three or even four dimensions of data:
Below is a chart with the interactive, text on the hover experience you can get if you view the page.…Continue
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Business analysts focus on data base design (database modeling, at a high level, including defining metrics, dashboard design, retrieving and producing executive reports and designing alarm systems), ROI assessment on various business projects and expenditures, and budget issues. Some work on marketing or finance planning and optimization, and risk management. Many work on high-level project management,…Continue
One of the main differences between a data scientist and a data engineer has to do with ETL versus DAD:
I recently had the following discussions with a number of data architects, in different communities, in particular (but not limited to) the TDWI group on LinkedIn. This is a summary of the discussion, featuring differences between data scientists and data architects, and how both can work together.
Many statisticians think that data science is about analyzing data, but it is more than that. Data science also involves implementing algorithms that process data automatically, to provide automated predictions and actions, such as:
We are now at 9 categories after a few updates. Just like there are a few categories of statisticians (biostatisticians, statisticians, econometricians, operations research specialists, actuaries) or business analysts (marketing-oriented, product-oriented, finance-oriented, etc.) we have different categories of data scientists. First, many data scientists have a job title different from data scientist, mine…Continue
One important goal of data science is to help decision makers make better decisions. Markov…Continue
This article outlines the differences between Agile and Traditional Project Management. APM vs TPM, where APM stands for Agile Project Management and TPM stands for Traditional Project Management. APM focuses on customer interaction and satisfaction, where as TPM focuses on artifacts and Plans and adherence to the Plan. APM responds to and change by using adaptive actions, where as TPM adheres to Change Management and tight control by using corrective actions.
APM deals with…Continue
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As we've seen how in-place and in-memory work differently, today we are sharing more fundamentals of in-place computing model. This models was designed to solve "Big and Complex Data," - not just about size but more about the complexity. We see many analytic cases today incorporate…Continue
In my latest video blog, I provide an overview of a simple framework that I developed to discuss data. You can view it here:
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While Banks are getting more and more pressure from customer’s increasing demand, highly competitive market and strict regulations – in the current environment, understanding customer behavior, attitudes and requirements is more vital than ever for banks’ strategic thinking, operational planning and day-to-day customer treatment, according to Ernst & Young.
What Banks can do?
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With these great challenges come great…Continue
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