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Data Science on Twitter
By: Jason O’Rawe – ODSC data science team contributor Twitter is an indispensable resource for data scientists as well as for the broader data science community. With the right connections, you can use twitter to learn data science, discover new technologies, computational tools and methodologies, and you can contribute to... Read more
Amazon Machine Learning: Nice and Easy or Overly Simple?
Can the new Amazon Machine Learning help companies reap the benefits of predictive analytics? Machine Learning as a Service (MLaaS) promises to put data science within the reach of companies. In that context, Amazon Machine Learning is a predictive analytics service with binary/multiclass classification and linear regression features. The service offers... Read more
The recent Republican and Democratic debates drew unprecedented amounts of viewers and the usual lot of controversies and soundbites in the media. Each debate deeply impacted future polls, subsequent fundraising, and the composition of the race. In our polarized media landscape, ensuing political analysis always suffer from political bias. Whether... Read more
Using Open Source Solutions in Sports Business Operations – Matthew Wills ODSC Boston 2015
Using Open Source Solutions in Sports Business Operations from odsc This presentation will overview how the Grizzlies apply the use of R to their sales and marketing business operations. From basic data manipulation, to statistical modeling and enhanced visualization, the Grizzlies utilize R as a tool that efficiently positions data... Read more
Bridging the Gap Between Data and Insight using Open-Source Tools – Nicholas Arcolano ODSC Boston 2015
Bridging the Gap Between Data and Insight using Open-Source Tools from odsc Despite the proliferation of open-source tools for analysis (such as Python and R) and those used for visualization (such as Javascript / D3), there often exist significant gaps between these areas, and those of us trying to navigate... Read more
Data Science on a Budget: Maximizing Insight and Impact – Nicholas Arcolano PhD ODSC Boston 2015
Data Science on a Budget: Maximizing Insight and Impact – Nicholas Arcolano PhD from freshdatabos Talk Abstract Many companies have “big data”, but not every company has the resources (or need) for a big data team. In this talk we will discuss lessons I’ve learned from working as part of... Read more