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ETL- An insight to Extract Load Transfer to Increase Productivity

Many businesses struggle with the matter of data warehousing. To find a complete business solution to overcome this struggle is always a task. Business intelligence software and its various features like… 378 more words

Advanced Business Solutions

Google Now Has Access To Millions of Patient’s Medical Records

By Michaela Whitton | The Anti Media

United Kingdom — A controversial deal between tech giant Google and the National Health Service (NHS) will allow artificial intelligence units access to 1.6 million confidential medical records. 421 more words

Health

Analytics Leaders: an Interview with Peter Hubert, Head of Insights for LinkedIn

In anticipation of our upcoming Analytics Leaders Summit in Singapore, our key speakers share their unique insights and views on big data analytics and discovery, Hadoop, data warehousing, cloud, unified data architectures, digital marketing, predictive analytics, visualization and business intelligence…. 646 more words

Goodness-of-Fit Testing with SQL Server Part 7.3: The Anderson-Darling Test

By Steve Bolton

…………As mentioned in previous installments of this series of amateur self-tutorials, goodness-of-fit tests can be differentiated in many ways, including by the data and content types of the inputs and the mathematical properties, data types and cardinality of the outputs, not to mention the performance impact of the internal calculations in between them. 2,600 more words

SQL Server

Who's Who of Analytics: insights from Dr. Richard Davis, Group Head of Analytics at Lloyds Banking Group.

Abeed Rhemtulla Managing Director at Enigma Consulting Group caught up with Richard Davis in London to find out more about the largely untapped potential of analytics in financial services – now and in the future. 752 more words

Brands, Bots, & Storytelling

As illustrated by the recent Mashable “pivot”, meaningful (i.e unbranded) contents appear to be the main casualty of new communication technologies. Hopefully (sic), bots may point to a more positive perspective, at least if their want for no no-nonsense gist is to be trusted. 762 more words

Semantic Web

Twitter Data Mining and Computational Social Science

Originally published in The Warwick Engineer Easter Issue 2016

Commonly referring to the academic sub-discipline focused on computational approaches to the social sciences, computational social science is on the rise since the advent of social media giants like Facebook and Twitter. 751 more words

The Warwick Engineer