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PACE Data Mining Boot Camps, San Diego, Feb 10-11


San Diego Supercomputing Center PACE (Predictive Analytics Center of Excellence) excels at delivering practical, hands-on training in a small classroom setting. Attend next data mining boot camp is Feb 10-11.



Predictive Analytics Center of Excellence (PACE)
Data Mining Boot Camps


PACE Data Mining Boot Camps: Designed for the Big Data Research Community Register for the
Data Mining Boot Camp Series 1
February 10-11, 2015

PACE:
Leading the Way to
Accurate, Actionable
& Agile Insights

 

"Data is key to understanding the health and hygiene of any industry, any firm, any department, any business line."

-John Bottega, former chief data officer at Bank of America, Federal Reserve Bank of New York and Citigroup


PACE excels at delivering practical, hands-on training
in a classroom setting limited to 25 students. You will


  • Understand how to organize, validate, analyze & visualize your data
  • Learn how to apply your new knowledge to your day-to-day operations
  • Learn how to ask the right questions of your data regardless of size
  • Comprehend the advantages and limitations of predictive analytics
  • Build the confidence to interpret data as insights to drive organizational success

 
Register by January 30th to receive a $200 industry discount
Enter code PACE200 at the registration page


For more information:
Paceinfo@pace.sdsc.edu
858.534.8321

pace.sdsc.edu

San Diego Supercomputer CenterAbout San Diego Supercomputing Center
For nearly 30 years, the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) has been at the forefront of new trends and developments in high-performance and data-intensive computing. SDSC's large-scale data systems include Data Oasis, a 5 PB parallel file system; and the SDSC Cloud, consisting of 3.5 PB of disk (with replication). HPC resources include the data-intensive Gordon system with 64 TB aggregate memory, 300 TB of flash memory, and 341 TF of computing power; and Comet, an all-new cluster with an overall peak performance of 2 PF, total 253 TB of RAM, and 620 TB of flash memory.

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