Upcoming Webcasts on Analytics, Big Data, Data Science – April 28 and beyond
Stuck in Traffic, Beyond Excel, Evolving Your BI Strategy, BLU Acceleration with Cognos, SAS and Cloudera, Analytically Speaking Featuring David Meintrup, Data Mining: Failure to Launch, and more.
By Gregory Piatetsky, Apr 28, 2014.
Here are upcoming webcasts on Analytics, Big Data, Data Science and Data Mining for April 28 and later.
See full schedule at www.kdnuggets.com/webcasts/ .
See full schedule at www.kdnuggets.com/webcasts/ .
When | Event |
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Apr 29 9 am PT noon ET | Stuck in Traffic? Saved by Big Data, By Pivotal. |
Apr 29 1 pm PT 4 pm ET | Hand in Hand: Optimizing the Data Warehouse for Big Data, The Briefing Room with Dr. Robin Bloor. |
Apr 30 9 am PT noon ET | Beyond Excel - Visual Analytics for Real Marketers, Not Data Scientists, by Logi Analytics and the American Marketing Association. |
Apr 30 1 pm PT 4 pm ET | From Descriptive to Prescriptive: Evolving Your BI Strategy, by Bloor Group - Hot Technologies with Rick Sherman, Wayne Eckerson and FICO. |
May 1 9:30 am PT 12:30 pm ET | DB2 Tech Talk: Use BLU Acceleration with Cognos BI for fast, simple insights, by IBM Experts. |
May 7 10 am PT 1 pm ET | SAS and Cloudera Analytics at Scale and Speed, by SAS and Cloudera. |
May 7 10 am PT 1 pm ET | New Features for Data Integration and Big Data Talend 5.4, by Talend. |
May 14 10 am PT 1 pm ET | Analytically Speaking Featuring David Meintrup, covering the gap between applied statistics taught in academia and industry problems; how to convince an organization to adopt statistical methods, tips for communicating highly technical material to decision makers, and more. Presented by JMP. |
May 20 10 am PT 1 pm ET | Big Data and Analytics: Why You Need a Platform, by James Kobielus (IBM) and InformationWeek. |
May 20 1 pm PT 4 pm ET | DATA MINING: FAILURE TO LAUNCH - How to Get Predictive Modeling Off the Ground and Into Orbit, by The Modeling Agency. |
June 11 10 am PT 1 pm ET | Analytically Speaking Featuring Dan Ariely, author of best-sellers Predictably Irrational and The Upside of Irrationality, based on his research and seemingly simple experiments to study how people actually act when making real-life decisions. Presented by JMP. |