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Rockaway, NJ - August 23, 2012 - If you haven't yet registered for Data Analysis Conference: Tools of the Trade, (Oct 11-12, Atlantic City, NJ) it's not too late. Act now to take advantage of this limited-time price break. Full conference registration includes all sessions, as well as breakfast and lunches, breaks, and the networking cocktail reception.
Data Analysis Conference: Tools of the Trade will bring together data analysts and students from academe, industry and government with the express purpose of examining the depth and breadth of modern analytic software to specifically assess what may best suit their needs. The conference will offer the chance to hear technical experts demonstrate software capabilities in formal presentations and workshops, as well as the opportunity for direct one-on-one face time with vendors in the exhibit hall.
Data Analysis Conference: Tools of the Trade will take place Oct 11-12, 2012, at the Sheraton Atlantic City Convention Center Hotel. The event will offer great opportunities for attendees to talk to peers from around the world (who face the exact same challenges they do), and the chance to meet the people and companies behind the latest modern analytic software applications.
Gregory Piatetsky-Shapiro, Ph.D., President of KDnuggets, and Founder of Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (KDD) Conferences, will deliver the keynote. His talk, titled "Data Mining, Predictive Analytics and Big Data: The reality and the hype," will take place on Friday, October 11, 2012, from 9:30 am to 10:15 am. Dr. Piatetsky-Shapiro will discuss the current trends and latest buzzwords in data mining and predictive analytics. His talk will look at the required skills for current data science professionals, and also will examine how much hype and reality is in the promise of Big Data.
For further information, visit: www.DataAnalysisConference.com
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