KDnuggets™ News 13:n28, Nov 20

Features (7) | Software (1) | Webcasts (1) | Jobs (6) | Academic (2) | Competitions (2) | Publications (5) | Tweets (3) | NewsBriefs (3) | CFP (10) | Quote





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  • IBM SPSS Modeler Cookbook - Nov 19, 2013.
    New book by leading analytics professionals shows how to get the most from IBM SPSS Modeler, using detailed step-by-step examples to help you build the models you can deploy in your business.
  • Top 10 trends in text analytics - Nov 17, 2013.
    Data Driven Business recently interviewed forward thinking text analytics professionals from leading companies like Bank of America, Home Depot and PayPal, on challenges they are face, overcoming them, and the industry as a whole.
  • Future of Foresight Analytics - Making Organizations Smarter About Corporate Decision Making - Nov 16, 2013.
    This guest post examines Insight and Analytic functions and what they need to effectively evolve by addressing key elements of the Insight and Analytics Value Chain(tm).
  • LIONbook Chapter 13: Bottom-up (agglomerative) clustering - Nov 14, 2013.
    The LIONbook on machine learning and optimization, written by co-founders of LionSolver software, is provided free for personal and non-profit usage. Chapter 13 looks at Bottom-up (agglomerative) clustering.
  • Predictive Analytics Cloud: Opportunities, Trends and Big Data Impact - Nov 13, 2013.
    Highlights from a significant new report by Decision Management Solutions on Predictive Analytics in the Cloud: Opportunities, Trends and Big Data Impact. The top driver was reduced cost while data security and privacy remain the primary obstacles reported. Download this free report.

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News Briefs

CFP - Calls for Papers


"... we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain -- that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom -- and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth." Abraham Lincoln, The Gettysburg Address, given Nov 19, 1863.