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World's Simplest Explanation of Data Discovery part 2

Describing the application functionality of data discovery, we can again enlist the aid of a diagram. Just like the diagram for part 1, the inner circle of Figure 2 represents technologies that are found in BI systems. 70 more words

Business Intelligence

What the Users Want

In software or systems analysis, there is a critical step which is called requirements analysis. It is a step that pertains to determining and confirming the needs, wants and the constraints of the whole project. 214 more words

The World's Simplest Explanation of Data Discovery, Part 1

When discussions of Discovery first made their way into the data analysis ‘scene,’ problems with inconsistent use of terminology, or overly complicated extrapolations of the topic made it impossible for listeners to get a clear view of what the heck Discovery was or where it fit into the larger context of computing technology. 236 more words

Information Systems

The Last Semester of the Year is Complete

I’ve done a lot of bitching, moaning, and complaining these last 5 1/2 weeks, but in the end I’ve done a better job that I had anticipated, grade wise anyway. 560 more words

School

Enterprise Search 2015 part 2: the Horizontal aspect of the business

This is part two of a two part series covering recent changes in the enterprise search industry. Part one covered changes in the vertical aspect of the market… 857 more words

Information Systems

Layers of Human Brain

Layers of Human Brain

Larry H. Bernstein, MD, FCAP, Curator

LPBI

Human Brain Peeled Back to Its Transcriptional Core

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The Allen Human Brain Atlas, a data set derived from analyses of tissue samples such as the one shown here, was used in an investigation of differential transcription across 132 structures in six individual brains. 951 more words

Genome Biology