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A fresh look at big data. It's time to apply "big" not just to the data, but to the model, quality, and variety.
Leo Sadovy reflects on six years of writing his Value Alley blog for SAS and how analytics have matured over those same years.
A mom can provide a lesson in life-long learning, and the growing number of analytics programs in universities help to support that need to learn.
Consider a new way of learning, and maybe an early introduction to statistics for young people.
To understand neural networks, picture three layers, input, a target/result, and lots of math in the middle.
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