Tagged: Data

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Bringing Data Analytics to the People with PredicSis.ai

Over the last decade, the term “big data” grew to prominence. The rush was on to create technologies to capture and store vast quantities of data. The focus of many enterprises, both large and small, was on data capture and storage. Now, the rush is on to monetize and exploit...

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Reza Rad on Training, PowerBI, and the Physics of Data

Listen to the latest show from Data Driven. Press the play button below to listen here or visit the show page at DataDriven.tv Show Notes Links: Sponsor: Audible.com http://audibletrial.com/DataDriven Sponsor: Enterprise Data & Analytics http://entdna.com Reza‘s website: http://radacad.com Reza‘s free e-book: Power BI from Rookie to Rock Star http://radacad.com/edition-3-of-free-book-power-bi-from-rookie-to-rock-star-1075-pages Notable...

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Darren Lacy on Making the Jump to Data Science from BI and Disneyland for Geeks

Press the play button below to listen here or visit the show page at DataDriven.tv Links: Kaggle Titanic data set – https://www.kaggle.com/c/titanic/data (14:20) Sponsor: Audible.com http://audibletrial.com/DataDriven Sponsor: Enterprise Data & Analytics http://entdna.com Notable Quotes: PowerPoint real-time translation (8:00) The Hype Cycle (10:45) On reaching 100% accuracy… (12:30) Advice on how...

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DataPoint: Data Science and Theme Parks

Andy is out and about with his family today at King’s Dominion and he pauses to reflect on how data analytics is used at amusement parks. Links mentioned: https://themeparkanalysis.com/ http://dataconomy.com/2016/06/three-times-big-data-made-amusement-parks-better/ http://www.analyticbridge.datasciencecentral.com/profiles/blogs/amusement-park-analytics-increasing-both-fun-and-roi Press the play button below to listen here or visit the show page at DataDriven.tv

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Should Biologists Use Excel

When people think of Excel, naturally they think spreadsheets, but I like to consider Excel the most widely deployed data analytics tool in the world. It’s a “gateway drug” if you will into the world of Data Science. OMGenomics asks whether or not biologists can make use of this tool...

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Is the Data Landscape Broken?

Mandy Chessell, a distinguished engineer at IBM, says the data landscape is broken. Why? Well watch the video to get the entire answer, but should wrangling metadata that be a harder task than the dealing with data itself?

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Lynn Langit’s Excellent Data Adventure

The latest episode of Data Driven is out and, in it, Frank and Andy talk to Lynn Langit.  Lynn’s a triple threat: Microsoft MVP, Google Cloud Developer Expert, and AWS Community Hero.  Over one million people have watched her Hadoop Fundamentals online course.  We are honored to have Lynn on...