Tag Archives: data mining

Data or Experience

Data Driven Listen to the data. There are any number of phrases that implore us to use bits and bytes, pieces of information that lead us to better decisions. However, can the data ensure we make the best decisions? Do … 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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Problems with Big Data

Big Data is constantly in the news. We’ve been asked at SQLserverCentral to try and develop some articles, perhaps even a stairway to explain what Big Data is and how we might use it. I’m still trying to grasp the … Continue reading

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Mining for Quitters

This editorial was originally published on Jun 10, 2009. It is being re-published as Steve is on vacation. I thought this was pretty interesting, a story about a story about Google trying to figure out which people are likely to quit. Apparently … Continue reading

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