The web research process is essential for businesses irrespective of the industry verticals they deal in. From global Corporates to small and medium-sized enterprises to aggregator startups, organizations need online research to take the data-driven approach. This helps them in making informed decisions and scale new…Continue
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Whenever we begin dealing with machine learning, we often turn to the simpler classification models. In fact, people outside of this sphere have mostly seen those models at work. After all, image recognition has become the poster child of machine learning.…Continue
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Have you ever sat in a meeting where everyone has a different number for the same performance measure? This typically results in spending the next hour trying to reconcile the differences rather than making the important business decisions required. Upon further analysis, it is likely everyone will have the right number according to…Continue
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Standards in web development can change faster than they can implement. To stay one step ahead, it is essential to keep an eye on the prevailing trends, techniques, and approaches.
We've analyzed trends across the industry and put together a…Continue
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According to Stackoverflow's 2021 Developer Survey,…Continue
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The importance of web development…Continue
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As two typical buzzwords related to data science, data mining and data extraction confuse a lot of people. Data mining is often misunderstood as extracting and obtaining data, but it is actually way more complicated than that. In this post, let’s find out the difference between data mining and data extraction.
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Added by Erika Foo on June 1, 2020 at 1:30am — No Comments
There is a lot of data presented in a table format inside the web pages. However, it could be quite difficult when you try to store the data into local computers for later access. The problem would be that the data is embedded inside the HTML which is unavailable to download in a structured format like CSV. Web scraping is the easiest way to obtain the data into your local computer.
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Added by Erika Foo on March 30, 2020 at 7:24pm — No Comments
To extract data from websites, you can take advantage of data extraction tools like Octoparse. These tools can pull data from websites automatically and save them into many formats such as Excel, JSON, CSV, HTML, or to your own database via APIs. It only takes a few minutes to extract thousands of lines of data, and the best part is…Continue
Added by Erika Foo on March 22, 2020 at 9:30pm — No Comments
Web scraping, also known as web harvesting and web data extraction, basically refers to collecting data from websites via the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) or through web browsers.
Generally, web scraping involves three steps:
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In this modern age, self-driving cars, voice-based assistants, social media feeds, and more are the tools fuelled by the technological marvel of the 21st century called machine learning.
If you wish to learn about the importance of web personalization and how machine learning impacts the Drupal development, then this article is for you.…
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Every industry in the world is moving towards data-driven decision making, then one of the most popular and …Continue
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Imagine you want to build an application that helps to identify wine and cheese pairings. Who will perform best? Applications solely based on machine learning, those ones which are based on experts' knowledge only, or a combination of both?
Most of the machine learning algorithms were…Continue
These days, many organisations have begun to develop their own knowledge graphs. One reason might be to build a solid basis for various machine learning and cognitive computing efforts. For many of those, it remains still unclear where to start. SKOS offers a simple way to start and opens many doors to extend a knowledge graph over time.
Added by Andreas Blumauer on August 28, 2017 at 3:00am — No Comments
Things, not Strings
Entity-centric views on enterprise information and all kinds of data sources provide means to get a more meaningful picture about all sorts of business objects. This method of information processing is as relevant to customers, citizens, or patients as it is to knowledge workers like lawyers, doctors, or researchers. People actually do not search for documents, but rather for facts and other chunks of information to bundle them up to provide answers to…
Added by Andreas Blumauer on September 1, 2016 at 12:00am — No Comments
During the last few years, the hottest word on everyone’s lip has been “productivity.” In the rapidly evolving Internet world, getting something done fast always gets an upvote. Despite needing to implement real business logic quickly and accurately, as an experienced PHP developer I still spent hundreds of hours on other tasks, such as setting up database or caches, deploying projects, monitoring online statistics, and so on. Many developers have struggled with these so called miscellaneous…Continue
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Variety, Velocity, Volume and Veracity are the four Vs for Big Data. Most of the technologies available have shown how to treat the Volume. However, due to the increasing number of streaming data sources, the Velocity problem is as relevant as never before. Moreover, Veracity and especially Variety problems have increased the difficulty of the challenge.…Continue
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Inspired by the development of semantic technologies in recent years, in statistical analysis field the traditional methodology of designing, publishing and consuming statistical datasets is evolving to so-called “Linked Statistical Data” by associating semantics with dimensions, attributes and observation values based on Linked Data design principles.
The representation of datasets is no longer a combination of magic words and numbers. Everything is becoming…Continue
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