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Siraj Raval

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Generate Rap Lyrics using Machine Learning! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yE0dcDNRZjw 
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This article emphasizes the need for better data governance as a way to avoid the "trying to find the needle in a haystack of questionable data" problem. I have to agree though I am increasingly preferring the term data program governance (e.g., see "Thinking About 'Data Program Governance'" http://www.ddmcd.com/dpg.html)
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Taskworld Inc.

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How #Analytics  & #Feedback  Helps Us Increase #Conversions  & Further Develop our #App  ?
Interview with Taskworld: How Analytics & Feedback Helps Us Increase Conversions & Further Develop our App
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James Goode

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IBM fancies itself a cognitive computing enabler. So it’s ditching most of the vestiges from its legacy computer business and, for better or for worse, going all in. The 105-year-old Armonk, N.Y., company made news two weeks ago when it announced it would supply the brains behind a self-driving bus project planned for [...]
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David Bernstein

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Post teaches regression issues with a model of on-time graduation rates at 31 public universities. A better model will be built soon.
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Paul Smith

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Today's database professionals must understand how to apply database systems to business processes and how to develop database systems for both business intelligence and Web-based applications.
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Captain DevOps

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PostgreSQL Exercises for anyone interested in Learning Postgres
It's pretty simple to get going with the exercises: all you have to do is open the exercises, take a look at the questions, and try to answer them! The dataset for these exercises is for a newly created country club, with a set of members, facilities such as tennis courts, and booking history ...
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1001 Ebook

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Introducing the IBM SPSS Modeler, this book guides readers through data mining processes and presents relevant statistical methods. There is a special focus on step-by-step tutorials and well-documented examples that help demystify complex mathematical algorithms and computer programs. The variety of exercises and solutions as well as an accompanying website with data sets and SPSS Modeler streams are particularly valuable. While intended for students, the simplicity of the Modeler makes the book useful for anyone wishing to learn about basic and more advanced data mining, and put this knowledge into practice.

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1001 Ebook

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Statistical analysis of data sets with missing values is a pervasive problem for which standard methods are of limited value. The first edition of Statistical Analysis with Missing Data has been a standard reference on missing-data methods. Now, reflecting extensive developments in Bayesian methods for simulating posterior distributions, this Second Edition by two acknowledged experts on the subject offers a thoroughly up-to-date, reorganized survey of current methodology for handling missing-data problems.

Blending theory and application, authors Roderick Little and Donald Rubin review historical approaches to the subject and describe rigorous yet simple methods for multivariate analysis with missing values. They then provide a coherent theory for analysis of problems based on likelihoods derived from statistical models for the data and the missing-data mechanism and apply the theory to a wide range of important missing-data problems.

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Pretty much every data rookie starts with Excel. It is a wonderful program for storing, cleaning and analysing (yes, you read that correctly) your data.
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Igor Schneider

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Hi, i am wondering if there has been any work on classifying attributed trees or extracting features from attributed trees? Can you recommend some literature about it?
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One phrase in regular rotation in my elevator pitch is “data program governance.” What does that mean?

The individual words are straightforward:

DATA includes any kind of data such as numeric, financial, textual, image, or meta.
PROGRAM means an organized set of activities designed to accomplish a defined set of objectives.
GOVERNANCE means the program is planned and managed in an organized and sustainable way.
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Siraj Raval

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Generate photorealistic images from just a caption! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=deyOX6Mt_As
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I dont quite still get the benefits here. To me it looks alot like you are using training to define the functional outcomes you want and then your generators are using that to produce that outcome?
As I have seen in a number of these systems. They are only as good as the training data they get - that being the case, isnt this just an optimized lookup system in the long run? The lookup being the heuristics of the target training data.

Not sure what the real use of this is. I have been involved in trying to use some of these systems in simulators, but they just are not any good. They always suffer the same issues - the one failure (due to a gap in the training), is too large a cost when it happens.
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This is one of those times when I wish a survey reported in the media was accompanied by at least a file of the data it is reporting on. I suspect the sample size is a bit too small (n=150 as reported here) to draw any general conclusions especially with regard to the influences of company size, age, and industry on the responses. Reading between the lines, though, all this seems to be saying is that these general trends (big data, wearables, Internet of Things) will be adopted at different rates depending on a variety of factors. Not surprising, really.
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David Hanson

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A quantidade de dados armazenados trouxe a necessidade de lidar com banco de dados. Para isso, o SQL será extremamente útil se você pretende lidar com grandes bases. Além disso, aprender essa linguagem pode ser simples e de graça! ‪#‎ltneves‬ ‪#‎SQL‬ ‪#‎programação‬ ‪#‎bigdata‬ ‪#‎estatística‬ ‪#‎datascience‬ ‪#‎cientistadedados‬ ‪#‎bancodedados‬
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Julio Tinaquero

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¿Hasta que punto estamos dispuestos a traficar con nuestros datos personales? http://goo.gl/hp0wIV #Privacidad y #BigData
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Todo lo que tienes que saber sobre la privacidad digital que no tienes.
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Alan Brown

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Saw a great presentation on this at IBM London, England
IBM has now been serving and supplying the tennis championships at the All England Club Wimbledon with technology for over 25-years. From the early days of simple score tracking and time keeping onward to working with the Hawkeye ball tracking system -- the technology firm progressed to building the custom ‘app’ for the tournament and then enriching information for fans with big data analytics to track every tiny aspect of game play. This year th...
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