- Matlab toolbox Gait-CAD for time series - Jan 31, 2011.
The Matlab toolbox Gait-CAD is designed for the visualization and analysis of time series
- Defeating Machine Learning: The IJCNN Social Network Challenge results - Jan 25, 2011.
The team won by using de-anonymization research, significantly surpassing other competitors which used machine learning / data mining approaches.
- Kaggle to host The $3m Heritage Health Prize - Jan 25, 2011.
Starting in April 2010, Kaggle will be hosting the data mining competition with the biggest prize so far - the $3m Heritage Health Prize
- Visualize your LinkedIn Map - Jan 25, 2011.
InMaps is an interactive, color-coded visual representation of your LinkedIn network.
- Much faster Permutation Tests and Sampling with SAS - Jan 23, 2011.
Six permutation test algorithms coded in SAS are compared. The fastest achieves speed increases orders of magnitude faster than the relevant "built-in" SAS procedures.
- Stay Alert! The Ford Challenge - Jan 20, 2011.
The objective is to design a classifier that will detect whether the driver is alert or not alert, employing data that are acquired while driving.
- Mapping Health Statistics at CDC.gov - Jan 19, 2011.
Ajay Ohri on CDC.gov interactive tool for analyzing US stats on death and injury. For example, white people are more likely than black people to own guns, but are seemingly less likely to be injured by firearms.
- 11 Best Web Analytics Tools - Jan 14, 2011.
Every company needs multiple tools to understand the performance of its website, happiness of its customers and gain key context from competitors. Here are 11 tools to help you gather that important data.
- Google to Start Charging for Prediction API - Jan 12, 2011.
The service will be free to users for six months or until the they reache a cap of 20,000 predictions. Free accounts will also be limited to 100 queries and 5MB trained per day.
- Mapping America: View US Census 2010 Data - Jan 5, 2011.
An excellent interface for viewing US census data
- How Twitter Uses NoSQL - Jan 5, 2011.
How Twitter manages Big Data (12 TB/day) with Scribe, Hadoop, Pig, Cloudera, and other software