When To Use Supervised And Unsupervised Data Mining

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When To Use Supervised And Unsupervised Data Mining Data mining techniques come in two main forms: supervised (also known as predictive or directed) and unsupervised (also known as descriptive or undirected). Both categories encompass functions capable of finding different hidden patterns in large data sets. Although data analytics tools are placing more emphasis on self

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The Benefits Of Having A Data Warehouse

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The Benefits Of Having A Data Warehouse Since the advent of the Internet and the explosion of digital marketing, the potential for creating and using data has grown exponentially. In the 1990s, Bill Inmon published a book called “Building the Data Warehouse,” which introduced the modern concept of data warehouses. According to the book, “Data

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Technology Advice Report: 2014 Business Intelligence Buying Trends

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Technology Advice Report: 2014 Business Intelligence Buying Trends For nearly every business, the concept of business intelligence is nothing new. Ambitious organizations have been searching for any type of data-driven advantage for some time now – perhaps for as long as they’ve existed. However, the historical use of competitive intelligence pales in comparison to the

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How To Avoid Big Data Confusion, And Implement A BI Solution

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How To Avoid Big Data Confusion, And Implement A BI Solution Can doctors predict a disease before symptoms appear? Can businesses use real-time data to advertise more effectively? These are some of the questions posed by Join Viktor Mayer-Schönberger of the Oxford Internet Institute and Kenneth Cukier of The Economist in their 2013 book “Big Data:

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