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To Find the Value in Your Data, Stop Searching for It

by   |   April 11, 2014   |   1 Comment

Finding the value in a large pool of data can be difficult. Rather than search huge data stores for value, companies should think about the decisions they need to drive and then work backward to map out the type of analytics and data that would support those decisions, Christer Johnson writes in this opinion piece. Read More…







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The Mythical Data Scientist Shortage

by   |   April 25, 2013   |   Leave a comment

To get at the “truth” in our enterprise data, we need to be equipped to ask the right sort of questions. That means the best data science teams will be those that best function as a welcome extension to existing teams, rather than an outside body holding court on enterprise data, argues Matt Asay of 10gen in this opinion piece. Read More…