As organizations invest in analytics, predictive analytics is becoming a focus area. These advanced, mathematically based approaches are a powerful tool for leveraging data.
Bad data is worse than no data at all…. One can’t help being impressed with the effort biologists, physicists, and other scientists devote to data quality. The attention science pays to data quality provides important lessons to business and government especially for those interested in “Big Data.”
by Thomas C. Redman | 11:00 AM September 27, 2012
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With the launch last week of Datascape I thought it would be worth putting an MD’s perspective on the product – how we got here, what the philosophy is that li……
Posted by David Burden on September 24, 2012 at 5:58am
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R is free to use without any license; enhance capabilities without increasing annual licensing costs.
R works seamlessly with your existing SAS or SPSS installation.
New 64-bit R installation is very powerful on both Windows and Linux.
R works on desktops and servers.
R-studio allows you to have amazing GUI interfaces to get things done easily.
Major universities are contributing to improve R.
R-based Rattle provides a powerful data visualization tool.
Output of R can be used in SAS for more processing, if needed.
R is completely object-oriented.
If you were wondering when Big Data and security analytics were going to collide, recent data strongly suggests that they already have. In a big way. If you are currently employed as a security analyst you can stop rolling your eyes now. I know you know this; the purpose of this blog is to communicate to the people around you that don’t know what you already are living every day.
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