I’m very pleased to announce a new addition to the DSC community – Big Data News! I’d like to personally invite you to join me on our latest Data Science Central Community Channel dedicated to all things Big Data. You can click on…Continue
Added by Vincent Granville on January 30, 2013 at 10:00am — No Comments
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Added by Vincent Granville on January 27, 2013 at 10:30am — No Comments
Here's the current list (as of January 26), according to Gil Press, a well know data science contributor for Forbes..
The first three numbers (for each data scientist) represent reach, resonance and relevance respectively. The next three entries represent recent popular articles.…Continue
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This is very scary: you visit a web site on an infected computer, and suddenly all the ads (e.g. about data science conferences) are replaced by irrelevant, crappy ads (e.g. about weight loss). For about 0.5 second, you can see the original ads, but they quickly get over-written by the fraudulent content. It impacts display ads, as well as contextual ads on many websites, but only on infected computers, and only…Continue
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Added by Vincent Granville on January 18, 2013 at 10:30am — No Comments
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Added by Vincent Granville on January 11, 2013 at 8:00am — No Comments
Our selection of top big data, data science and business articles published over the last 30 days, in the New York Times, Forbes, MIT, HBR, Information Week, DataScienceCentral, Gigaom etc.Continue
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Crime rates in big cities (where gasoline concentration is high) peaked about 20 years after lead was banned in gasoline, according to an econometric study by Rick Nevin. The 20 year time lag being the time elapsed between lead exposure at birth, and turning into a 20 year old criminal.
At least, that's the argument proposed…Continue