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Top KDnuggets tweets, May 20-21: Big Data Journal inaugural issue top articles; An unknown mathematician proves incredibly difficult Prime Gap Theorem


Big Data Journal inaugural issue top articles - open access; An unknown mathematician proves incredibly difficult Prime Gap Theorem; Data visualization darling Tableau closes Day 1 up 64%; Wrangling your graph data



Twitter Most popular KDnuggets tweets
(see twitter.com/kdnuggets ) for May 20-21 were

Most viewed:
Big Data Journal inaugural issue top articles - open access bit.ly/1a043OV

Most Retweeted:
An unknown mathematician proves incredibly difficult Prime Gap Theorem, a version of the twin primes conjecture bit.ly/14pztO6

Most Favorited:
Big Data Journal inaugural issue top articles - open access bit.ly/1a043OV

Top 10 Tweets

  1. Big Data Journal inaugural issue top articles - open access bit.ly/1a043OV
  2. An unknown mathematician proves incredibly difficult Prime Gap Theorem, a version of the twin primes conjecture bit.ly/14pztO6
  3. Data visualization darling Tableau closes Day 1 as a $2.9B public company, up 64% bit.ly/Z8ahga
  4. Wrangling your graph data: creating/searching graphs, graph databases, machine learning and analytics #BigData bit.ly/163e0in
  5. Key Note: NoSQL Distilled to an hour, Martin Fowler explains bit.ly/10fSoY2
  6. @kdnuggets Voted the Best Big Data Twitter Account bit.ly/119KGUc
  7. Business Intelligence (BI), Analytics, Performance Management - top areas of Investment in 2014, says Gartner bit.ly/13IhuTP
  8. Critics of #BigData are overlooking the speed factor: velocity, not volume, is the key factor now bit.ly/16G3zB7
  9. Who Really Owns Your Personal Data? Can they use your heart rate to change your insurance? on.details.com/17Ul9Bf
  10. GE-NFL $10M Challenge: Methods for Diagnosis and Prognosis of Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries bit.ly/16GAiGu

Statisticians at Work

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"Statisticians at Work" sign - very normal ! Where is a "Data Scientist at Work" sign? pic.twitter.com/SC5akKK1E6


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