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Infosys, TCS, IBM facing the heat from startups

BENGALURU: A clutch of technology startups is heating up competition for established players like Infosys, TCS, IBM and Mu Sigma in the data analytics market, using cutting-edge technology to wean away big customers in the healthcare, retail and banking sectors.This shift in the data analytics market is being propelled by innovations that make scientific discoveries possible, predict customer purchase behavior and help fight financial crime. 671 more words

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Há vida (ou análise) além da Estatística e Machine Learning?

Quando comecei a conhecer Estatística e Machine Learning, tinha a fixação de aplicar algo do que tinha aprendido nas análises que eu estava realizando. Isso me consumia ao ponto de pensar que a análise não seria boa o suficientemente se não fizesse assim. 476 more words

Análise De Dados

Ep. 02 – Sebastien Béal: Offline data and the future of retail

My guest for this episode is my dear friend Sebastien Béal, CEO and co-founder or Locarise, a traffic analytics solution for retail business. Locarise’s technology can track people coming by and to a store by detecting smartphone’s wifi signals. 389 more words

Startup

City of Montrose Consumer Analytics

Why Data Analytics?

The competitive business market in which we operate presents many challenges that inhibit our ability to plan strategically directly from intuition and experience. 22 more words

Business Development

Marketing Analytics

Marketing is hugely important for a business to succeed. Being able to clearly define marketing objectives and accordingly prioritize on marketing spend is one of the major challenges marketers face. 479 more words

Data Analytics

Detailed visualization of NBA shot selection

Sports loves conditional distributions. What does Joe Billy Bob typically do against such and such team? How does play differ in wins and losses? And a lot of the data is easily accessible, which makes it straightforward to answer these questions.

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Infographics

The ‘Adjacent Possible’ of Big Data: What Evolution Teaches About Insights Generation

Originally published on WIRED

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Stuart Kauffman in 2002 introduced the the “adjacent possible” theory. This theory proposes that biological systems are able to morph into more complex systems by making incremental, relatively less energy consuming changes in their make up. 915 more words

Big Data