There is a great list of readings at American Association for Artificial Intelligence’s site: aaai.org. Here we highlight this list of 15 that they provided, anyone interested in Machine Learning should be very familiar with.
What is Data Analysis?
Whether you are looking to pick the best stock winner for this year or trying to find why the company is losing money faster than they expected, Data Analysis is the way to uncover these hidden secrets. Data Analysis is all about defining a problem and then working to solve it [...]
What is Data Reduction?
Data Reduction are the techniques used to transform massive datasets into a more suitable, or smaller, form for data analysis, while preserving the intrinsic characteristics of the data and minimizing the loss of accuracy. Data reduction is used for scientific computation, statistical analysis, control of
In Information Systems design and theory, as instantiated at the Enterprise Level, Single Source Of Truth (SSOT) refers to the practice of structuring information models and associated schemata, such that every data element is stored exactly once (e.g. in no more than a single row of a single table).
As it should be fairly obvious Data Visualization is a great topic for www.dataenthusiast.com. We are constantly looking for new ways to see the same old data (and new data too!). Here is a simple but cool way to see a website…by graphing it up with the help of www.aharef.info and with [...]
There is a saying that says “If you want to learn about something…read about it from the greats”. The subject of Hacking is no exception. There is a ton of sites with books to be read on this topic so here to make things a bit easier here is a list of lists! The top [...]
For many Perl is an incredibly useful “Glue” language. Meaning that Perl is a great language for binding things together like converting a database into a spreadsheet ready file or taking word documents and converting them to HTML documents for the web. In this short post we will walk through the steps needed to install [...]
If you are in an environment that uses Microsoft Products for its data handling & development (ie SQL Server, SQL Azure, .NET, etc) then a must have resource is Microsoft’s Data Developer Center. Per the website: “Data Development uses Microsoft’s data platform to create data-centric solutions across mobile devices and desktops for web servers, enterprise [...]
This is a continuation from Build a model with IBM Cognos Framework Manager (Part 1). As stated in Part 1, two resources for learning Cognos are the “IBM Cognos 8 Business Intelligence: Official Guide” and the “IBM Cognos Business Intelligence V10.1 Handbook“
If you are looking to get deeper knowledge with Cognos or even to begin understanding the Cognos Software, the best two resources for learning Cognos is the “IBM Cognos 8 Business Intelligence: Official Guide” and the “IBM Cognos Business Intelligence V10.1 Handbook” Here we are going to highlight a part of [...]
- 3,487 feed subscribers
- Aleksey Savkin on Dashboards vs. Scorecards
- Joshua Burkhow on Nice-to-Know vs Insight-to-Action Analytics
- Ashutosh on Nice-to-Know vs Insight-to-Action Analytics
- Joshua Burkhow on BI Dashboards – The Really Good, The Incredibly Bad, and the God-Awful Ugly
- anonymous on BI Dashboards – The Really Good, The Incredibly Bad, and the God-Awful Ugly
- Analytics (15)
- Big Data (5)
- Business Intelligence (57)
- Data Science (61)
- Miscellaneous (16)
- Data Sources (3)
Tags2008 Analysis Analytics Article Big Data Book Business Intelligence Charts Cognos Dashboards Data Data Warehouse Design Dimensional Flow Elements Fusion Tables Google Humor IBM Learning Logical Market Microsoft Model Modeling Operational Predictive Programming Python Ralph Kimball Reporting Science Server SQL SQL Server SSIS Statistics TDWI TED Tools Tutorial Unstructured Video Visualization Warehousing