Tag: statistics

BI Users, Data Analyst

What Makes a Great Data Scientist?

December 1, 2022


A great data scientist combines expert knowledge of various interrelated academic disciplines to help global enterprises make agile decisions for improved business performance. Data scientists use statistics, mathematics, data mining, and computer science to analyze data sets for observable trends […]

BI Categories, Data Mining

Transactional Data: The Future of Real-Time Data In-Store

November 5, 2021


Consumer data is being widely spoken about in the fintech industry, especially as data personalization and transparency are significant to financial data ecosystems. As a fintech founder, I have been particularly fascinated by consumer retail trends appearing from transactional data […]

Basic Querying, BI Categories

A Brief History of Data Literacy

March 2, 2021


Data Literacy is essentially the ability to read and understand data, much as one might read and understand a magazine article. The primary advantage of having the bulk of the staff made up of people who are data literate is […]

BI Users, IT Team

Improve Your Channel Marketing with Communications Platform as-a-Service

August 28, 2020

Via: CIO

Communications channels are evolving and changing faster than ever before. In the quest to reach people where they interact, organizations must keep track of new channels, connect their systems to the most relevant new ones via application program interfaces (APIs), […]

BI Users, Data Analyst

How old, once-unusable geometry ideas are now helping us apply big data to medicine

March 7, 2019

Via: The Next Web

Your brain is made up of billions of neurons connected by trillions of synapses. And how they’re arranged gives rise to the brain’s functionality and to your personality. That’s why scientists in Switzerland recently produced the first-ever digital 3D brain […]