One way to think of “advanced analytics” might be as “complex analytics,” the kind that go beyond the traditional analytics employed to produce business intelligence. However, there is another meaning that is certainly apropos in the context of anticipating circumstances, predicting trends, and prescribing actions.
Our subject matter experts for Statistica and the Information Management Group (IMG) keep busy, staying abreast of current trends with big and small data, predictive software and real-world analytics solutions. And they frequently comment in industry publications, professional forums and blogs. Here are a few
Smartphones were the harbingers of the connected future as they transformed from merely portals for consuming information into sensors and location-based signaling tools. But the Internet of Things (IoT) takes that to another level where relatively inexpensive devices can be connected and managed through automation
Understanding the architecture that supports Internet of Things (IoT) projects at first glance can seem overwhelming if not impossible to emulate. There is a wide array of technologies that support these projects and help customers to wrangle the data involved in these programs. Data management,
What do 257 of your peers with 841 different cloud-based analytics and BI projects know about that you may still be missing out on? Well, Shawn Rogers pointed out in his recent blog “Why Do Analytically Driven Companies Adopt the Cloud?” that there are several
A few of us visited Dr. Cromwell at the impressive University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics on a chilly day in late November to capture his story on video. One of the reasons I find predictive analytics so intriguing is the sheer number and variety