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Jan Rothkegel

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When data literally makes you wet...
Today's weather forecasts give very detailled information. Should we trust or is it rather misleading? Decide after reading about a statistician's point of view.
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Estamos buscando desarrolladores con conocimientos en tecnología Google como Go, Dart, Html, Angular, AppEngine pero sobre todo buscamos apasionados por la programación y con ganar de aprender cosas nuevas.

Si estas interesado contactame (alberto dot ags at gmail dot com) y te doy detalles.

pd. para oficina en Madrid/Torrejon de Ardoz y desarrollos internos (no consultoria)
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AnalytixLabs

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Follow the learning pathway by getting yourself registered for the ‪‎Apache Hadoop‬ and ‪‎Apache Spark‬ ‪‎Framework‬ certification courses, which empower you to analyze huge volume of data at your fingertips.
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#ApacheHadoop   #ApacheSpark   #certification  
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Siraj Raval

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New Video! I explain and demo the most popular machine learning library in the world right now - Tensorflow! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2FmcHiLCwTU
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"Data Program Management"

As I move my web site from the Squarespace 5 to the Squarespace 7 platform I'm reviewing and editing the category labels I've used to tag posts. I'm beginning to settle on one category tag for some of the most recent posts that deal with planning and managing big data and data analytics programs: "Data Program Management." These are the posts:

https://dennis-mcdonald-58qa.squarespace.com/?category=Data+Program+Management

Topics covered here include the planning and management of data intensive projects and programs, technology-based collaboration, knowledge sharing, IT operations and support, intellectual property management, mobile technology, software, and whatever else tech-related strikes my fancy.
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Frankie Cullen

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BigData: The Interesting Beginnings

#BIGDATA
#BEGINNING 
Big data software and services are predicted to grow to a $41.5 billion market in 2018. And as the appetite for data grows, so too will the demand for sophisticated tools to interpret and refine it.
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From the post: "Making an interaction with a system or process faster and more efficient may not actually make that program more effective in the long run if, for example, the benefits of the products or services thus obtained are not substantial, not what was intended, are unsustainable, or are outweighed by their costs."
One of the benefits of focusing on behavioral outcomes as a way of assessing the effectiveness or usefulness of improved data analytics is that behavioral outcomes are potentially measurable.
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Shilo Rea

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Scientific research and statistics go hand in hand. Whether they're determining the effects of sleep on long-distance truck drivers or assessing the accuracy of polygraph tests, statisticians play a vital role in analyzing research data. And for more than four decades, faculty members from ...
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james igoe

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An editorial argues that data sharing can cripple scientific progress and harm patients, but there are myriad flaws with that reasoning.
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It's a home for anybody data-curious, whether your data is big, small, square or scruffy. If you think you can decide better, do better, or be better through data, you belong here! Before posting, please check out our guidelines below.
 
Some interesting information about tge INTERNET.
Many of you guys must have thought about this once in a lifetime that, Who actually owns the INTERNET. And many of you might know it already. We are going to discuss this whole INTERNET thing in this article. Sometimes we think that those Internet Service Providers(ISP) or those SIM card companies like T-Mobile, Vodafone,…
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Josh Duggar

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Big Data Tutorials: Hadoop, MapReduce, Hive, Pig & Spark
Interested in analyzing big data sets? You should be - according to CareerCast, “data scientist” is the 8th most highly paid profession in the United States! If you have some coding or scripting background, you can make your experience even more valuable by understanding how to use Hadoop, MapReduce, Hive, Pig, and Spark to crunch huge data sets in parallel.
Learn about some of the most popular Big Data Analysis frameworks in commercial use and look at some real code!
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AnalytixLabs

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Whether you are starting your job, or want to hold your grip tight on avant-garde tools, ‪‎big data analytics‬ course encompasses everything that is anticipated of an expert ‪‎BigData‬ ‎professional‬.
http://bit.ly/WhyBigDataAnalytics
#bigdata   #analytics   #professional  
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A free data source for environmental data analysis.
Introduction For over 30 years, the data were collected as the Earth surface images, thanks to a series of specialized satellites for remote sensing of the Earth’s surface, called Landsat. In…
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ECM TechNews

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Today companies are experiencing rapid increase in the volume and variety of data. These can be used to extract useful knowledge, resulting in better decision-making regarding a production process of economic, financial, social/biological sciences, business, and so on.

http://ecmapping.com/2016/08/12/key-considerations-for-data-analytics-methods-techniques-and-tools/
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Improve Patient Journey through Real World Evidence data(RWE) : White Paper

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