Curating use cases from big data seems to be more of an art than a science. Wanted to share 10 big data use cases specifically unearthed in the digital side. Here they come
Extract CDR information and summarize it for each unique combination of caller and called number
For each caller and called number, count the frequency of calls made, the number of smses sent, the number of prime time calls etc
Use this model to develop call behavorial profiles to target . Example : Friends and families program
Interrogate the social network database for specific…Continue
Added by derick.jose on May 31, 2012 at 4:12am — No Comments
I thought you would appreciate some more information about the annual Text Analytics Summit (June 12-13, Boston), featuring fascinating case studies from NASA, AMEX, eBay, Monster.com, Disney, National Archives, Fidelity Investments and many more.…Continue
Added by Vincent Granville on May 30, 2012 at 6:00am — No Comments
Several members of the Talent Analytics team had the opportunity to attend Teradata's Big Analytics Conference in Boston on May 22. With a great speaker lineup, the educational and networking event offered both a technical and digital marketing track that covered the latest advancements across the big analytics ecosystem and highlighted how data-driven products and…Continue
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Step by Step Tutorial to Deploy Hadoop Cluster (fully distributed mode):
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We are happy to announce a great opportunity for starting with data mining or optimizing your data mining skills with the open source software RapidMiner: In June 2012, Rapid-I will provide a one…
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Here are Wikipedia links. Follow them to read about the history of these analytic companies and software over the last 30 years
This is our third post in our series of "great articles". For each article, click on the link after the title to read the full story.
1. How Big Data Will Disrupt the $9 Billion Music Publishing Rights Business - …Continue
Added by Vincent Granville on May 16, 2012 at 8:55pm — No Comments
Tim O’Reilly famously declared in 2005: “Data is the next Intel Inside.” It well may be that big data—the organizational skill of using data as the key driver of performance—will make the IT function the new Intel Inside, the most strategic component of any organization.
Based on the success of Google, Amazon, and eBay at the time, O’Reilly correctly asserted that database management was a core…Continue
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Our latest contest is live! Feel free to signup. This contest is based on the Euro Soccer championship. You will develop an algorithm that can predict the ranking & outcome of each of the participating nations playing in the Euro 2012 championship. Our results will be announced after the 1st of July, 2012 (after the finals of Euro 2012). Solver celebration and prizes of $500 to be won!
The contest link - …Continue
Added by Vincent Granville on May 10, 2012 at 8:38pm — No Comments
There is a debate raging (ok, maybe not raging) about terms such as “data science”, “analytics”, “data mining”, and “big data”. What do they mean, how do they overlap, and perhaps most importantly, who are the people who work in these fields?
Along with two other…Continue
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For the very smart data science geek who wants to avoid all kinds of social interactions (that is: having no boss, no employee, no colleague, no client, no customer, no contractors, no interaction with vendors etc.), there are a few options. All of them allows you to work from home. Some (when automated) allow you to not work at all. They can generate good complimentary income or (if scalable) great income.
In practice, these opportunities are not real jobs but rather entrepreneurial…Continue
By John Sumser
In the 20th Century, progress was driven by the principles of automation. The more you could streamline and control a process, the cheaper you could make it. Repeatability was the key.
Monitoring, in the form of process…Continue
Added by Vincent Granville on May 4, 2012 at 9:00am — No Comments