Interesting article posted on NoSQL-database.org, listing 150 databases. Here are some highlights.
Databases are categorized in the following categories:
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The descriptions below are from Wikipedia.
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This list is a bit old (I think 2011), but it features a bunch of very interesting people, true data scientists who can't afford wasting their time to post on Twitter - unlike other similar lists published by journalists.Continue
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In digital analytics, scoring Internet traffic is used to detect click fraud, and to find types of search keywords that convert well (to a sale). Quite often (for large ad networks) conversion data is poor or challenging: some clicks have a 0.2% conversion rate, some have a 30% - depending on the type of website, price, product, conversion type and other factors (even hour of the day has an impact).…Continue
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Interesting cartoon, epitomizing innumeracy (or simulated innumeracy). Necessary in today academia to survive and get grants.
Very interesting article published by the American Statistical Association. The picture below compares computer science with statistical science - before (I guess the early nineties) versus now. The column labeled CS3 (CS for Computer Science) represents modern computer science, actually this is data science. What's left in statistics is for the reader to guess, I suppose.…Continue
From BigData-Startups. The infographics below is just one of them.
Here's the list:
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