Patterns Recur In Analytics Just Like In Nature - June 9, 2016 Much like the Fibonacci sequence appears repeatedly in nature, there are recurring patterns in data that, once recognized, can improve both our analytics and our efficiency in creating them.
Pssst … How Much Money For Your Personal Data? - May 12, 2016 We’re all generating a lot of data about ourselves and how we live day to day. There are personal fitness devices, preferences and opinions expressed on social media, details on when we’ve come and gone from the house from our security sy [...]
Approach Big Data Analytics Like A Lego Kit - April 14, 2016 When it comes to Lego’s pre-packaged building kits, there is one aspect that ties closely to the needs of big data analytics. Namely, Lego provides consumers kits that use a combination of both custom pieces and standard pieces to create awesom [...]
Without Things, There Is No Analytics Of Things (AoT) - March 10, 2016 One of the biggest hurdles faced in trying to purse the AoT is actually just a new iteration of a common, recurring problem that has vexed analytics professionals for years. Namely, we can’t analyze anything related to IoT until the infrastruct [...]
Tracking All The Things You Need To Analyze - February 11, 2016 As the Internet of Things (IOT) continues to gain momentum, there is a critical component to success that is missing today. While I’ve written about the power of the Analytics of Things (AOT), without addressing some tactical issues regarding t [...]