Tag Archives: analytics

Staying Successful

This is an interesting piece on data predictions. There’s a college that’s using data to help students, but not in the way you might think. Rather than customizing learning plans or finding more efficient ways to teach, the college is analyzing data to … Continue reading

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Managerial Moneyball

I really enjoyed reading Moneyball. Its a book about baseball and data and how information should be used to choose baseball players for the Oakland As. It’s an interesting approach, one that has rarely been used in the sport in the … Continue reading

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The Value of Data

How valuable is your data? It’s a good question, and certainly the type of data your organization has along with the business in which you are engaged will make your data more or less valuable. More and more we find … Continue reading

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Watson Freemium

I’ve been intrigued by the Watson project from IBM. It was quite a coup to see the platform win on Jeopardy. That’s an amazing accomplishment for machine learning, though it does seem like the investment and effort to set up the platform and … Continue reading

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