To Buy or Not to Buy, Right Now
Point / Counterpoint 12/17/2012 30 comments
Using big-data to drive retail prices up and down several times a day just seems likely to make already skittish consumers more anxious.
The Myth of De-Identification
Point / Counterpoint 7/20/2012 15 comments
De-identified only means that it would be difficult to re-identify the people in the original record. It doesn't mean it would be impossible.
GUI Schmooey ‒ You Need to Know Code!
Point / Counterpoint 3/26/2012 18 comments
Only coders can understand what's happening behind the dashboard with all those jazzy GUIs and brightly colored pictures, argues blogger Joe Stanganelli in this Point/Counterpoint debate.
Still Coding? That's Crazy ‒ Go With the GUI
Point / Counterpoint 3/26/2012 17 comments
For greatest competitive advantage, you want to build, release, fail, and iterate fast -- and only a BI GUI can let you do that, argues IT consultant Phil Charles in this Point/Counterpoint debate.
Scale Up With HPC for Best Analytics Support
Point / Counterpoint 3/9/2012 9 comments
Scaling out in the cloud is increasingly touted as a good option for analytics processing, but in this Point/Counterpoint piece one IT writer argues the strengths of an internal high-performance computing infrastructure.
Get Your Analytics Master's Now
Point / Counterpoint 2/10/2012 27 comments
In this Point/Counterpoint debate, Cordell Wise argues that more and deeper analytics master's programs are needed to fill a talent gap.
Give Klout Some Credit
Point / Counterpoint 1/6/2012 22 comments
In this Point/Counterpoint blog, AllAnalytics.com Editor in Chief Beth Schultz explains why Klout scores warrant attention.
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As analytical people, we turn to the data to help us make sense of bad weather -- but don't always like what we learn.
Forecast accuracy is first and foremost a property of the data itself.
Data guru Nate Silver was a keynote speaker at the 2013 SAS Government Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C.
Aristotle’s influence on analytics is represented by categorical logic, his system of subject/predicate analysis.
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