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All Blog Posts Tagged 'fishing' (3)

Preambles and Future Directions

I will be using this blog to assemble a number of different concepts that I introduced over many years in previous blogs (indicated in bold); then I will explain where all of this will be going in the future.  I am turning 50 years old in a couple of weeks, and I find that I habitually take inventory of my belongings these days before beginning any lengthy mission or journey.  I recently acquired a fairly expensive device called a CPAP machine.  It resembles a small stereo with…

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Added by Don Philip Faithful on December 18, 2016 at 8:30am — 2 Comments

Avoid the "Fishing Expedition" Approach to Analytics Projects

By  Pasha Roberts, Chief Scientist & Co-founder, Talent Analytics, Corp.

Over the years, our firm has had many discussions with employers on the eve of a new talent analytics project. Often, it is the firm’s first deep-dive look at employee data. Sometimes we act as a strategic sounding board, and sometimes we can help them move directly forward into predictive analytics. It is always interesting.

This article will discuss two analytics approaches that we have…

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Added by Mike Kennedy on February 9, 2016 at 4:30am — No Comments

A Method for Predicting Fishing Activity Based on Geospatial Motion Behaviors - Summarized from an Analyze Technical Report

Illegal fishing is a significant economic and environmental challenge for countries around the world.  Up to 40% of fishing catch in certain parts of the world is unlawful or unregulated, resulting in approximately $10B to $20B in economic losses and significantly depleting…

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Added by Analyze on February 13, 2014 at 5:08am — No Comments

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