Blog Posts - Data Science



Data Scientists Requirements are Growing in India

Techniques you can carry out to find intelligence from data science projects. Get across complicated ideas Build a project in stages Get inspiration from well-known patterns of argument Substitute Technics for one another Recently big data being used...

PocketCluster Index is Now Online!

  PocketCluster Index PocketCluster Index is now online. The site is to collect all the Big Data tools, services such as Hadoop, and examples for you to take a look and make convenient references from. You can consider the site as a yellow pag...
by PocketCluster on Dec 17, 2015

Apache Spark 1.4.0 on Raspberry PI 2 Cluster

In the previous post, I’ve shown you a RPI2 cluster with Apache Spark 1.1.1 that has run for three months. Since Apache Spark 1.4.0 is out a few days ago, I’ve just upgraded the cluster. Apache Spark 1.4.0 comes with SparkR finally. R h...
by PocketCluster on Jun 19, 2015

Applied Data Science with Python

Applied Data Science with Python Applied Data Science with Python .MP4, AVC, 1000 kbps, 1280×720 | English, AAC, 64 kbps, 2 Ch | ~ 8 hours | 1.12 GB Provider: V2 Maestros Learn how to execute an end-to-end data science project and del...
by Tutorialdl on Mar 18, 2015

Partially Derivative — The weekly podcast about data, data science, and drinking

“ "Partially Derivative is a show about data, data science, drinking, and awesomeness! We cover our top data-related articles and blog posts from the past week. The show is hosted by Jonathon Morgan, a startup CTO, and Dr. Chris Albon, a computatio...
by Bir Fikrin mi Var on Feb 15, 2015

Pluralsight – Data Science & Hadoop Workflows at Scale With Scalding

This course teaches you how to use Scalding (a domain specific language) built on Scala and Cascading to build distributed applications on Hadoop. The course also focuses on the data science aspect using Algebird, an abstract algebra library for Scal...
by Tutorials For Download on Dec 5, 2014

Oreilly – Introduction to Data Science with R

Learn practical skills for visualizing, transforming, and modeling data in R. This comprehensive video course shows you how to explore and understand data, as well as how to build linear and non-linear models in the R language and environment. It’s...
by Tutorials For Download on Dec 5, 2014

Oreilly – Hardcore Data Science

Welcome to the leading edge of data science, where new architectures and techniques for harnessing, analyzing, and exploring vast troves of information are being built and tested. In this O’Reilly video collection, you’ll learn about recent advan...
by Tutorials For Download on Sep 18, 2014

Strata Conference Santa Clara 2014 – Hardcore Data Science

The future belongs to those who understand data Explore the changes big data, data science, and pervasive computing have brought to technology and business with presentations from Matei Zaharia (Databricks), David McRaney (Raycom Media), Carlos Guest...
by Tutorials For Download on Jun 3, 2014

Philosophy Wire: Planet X, evidence, theories, science.

Philosophy Wire by Spiros Kakos [2014-04-14]: Hypothesized planet X (it seems that it) does not exist after all. [1] Evidence provide clues for hypotheses. Hypotheses provide evidence for theories. Theories help us "find" new evidence. An endless que...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Apr 14, 2014

Big Data - in the process of growing up

A very good article was published in the FT online a few days ago.  Its title is 'Big Data: are we making a big mistake', and it's a commendably well thought out discussion of some of the challenges of Big Data.  And perhaps a bit of a warn...
by Programming for Scientists on Mar 31, 2014

The DREAM Toxicogenetics Challenge

So, we entered a team (WarwickDataScience) into the DREAM Toxicogenetics Challenge and we've managed to win the leaderboard stage!  It's a really interesting (and challenging) problem, so we're really pleased :-) I wrote a blog post detailing ou...
by Programming for Scientists on Sep 12, 2013

deCODE common logic… NOT!

deCODE Genetics, a company known for mining the DNA of Iceland’s population to find links between genes and diseases, has …Continue reading »...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Jul 7, 2013

What is Data Science?

The Potential and the Risks of Data Science »Columbia University held a symposium that mainly focused on the promise of Big Data technology, but concerns were raised that the technology was racing ahead of society’s understanding of it.
by Henry Sullivan on Apr 13, 2013

The Importance of Excel: Should it be so important in your business?

A co-worker sent me this article: http://baselinescenario.com/2013/02/09/the-importance-of-excel/ In essence, it offers insights into the “London Whale” debacle at JPMorgan. The article provides an insightful description of the role of Excel in t...
by Pricing Leadership on Mar 5, 2013

Lifecycle Considerations When Pricing Service Parts

This is the first of a two-part series on pricing for the service parts industry.  Question: Is it important to consider a part’s lifecycle when pricing the part? Answer: Lifecycle has to do with a part’s stage of life. In my opinion, it really...
by Pricing Leadership on Feb 19, 2013

Big Data in Academics

Last week, I had the privilege of guest lecturing at my alma mater in its graduate Business Forecasting & Data Mining class. The class was taught by my microeconomics professor from many years ago – the same individual who first introduced me...
by Pricing Leadership on Feb 18, 2013

Pricing Realization for Manufacturers: How to Gain Advantages Using Big Data

Price realization is a technique used by finance, marketing and pricing professionals at manufacturing companies to measure the change in customer pricing over time. In recent years and with increasing competition, it’s become an important indicato...
by Pricing Leadership on Feb 12, 2013

When Data Doesn’t Give You the Expected Answers

I am writing this essay to raise timely issues in the pricing community. I have written before about the need for more mindful behaviors in pricing and how pricing information is used in organizations. My purpose is to stimulate thoughts and create d...
by Pricing Leadership on Dec 6, 2012

Big Data – Part 1

You hear a lot about big data but do you really know how to use it?  With so much being written about big data topics in virtually every communications realm, sales and business executives are looking for ways to apply innovation with their big data...
by Pricing Leadership on Nov 29, 2012


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