# Top KDnuggets tweets, Feb 26 – Mar 1: Bayes Theorem explained with Lego; 10 Cool #BigData Cartoons

Cute and Educational: Bayes Theorem explained with Lego; 10 Cool #BigData Cartoons #TGIF; #DataMining Indian Recipes finds spices make negative food pairing more powerful; Key Take-Aways from Gartner 2015 MQ for #BI & Analytics Platforms.

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**@KDnuggets**tweets for Feb 26 - Mar 1 were**Top 10 most engaging Tweets**- Cute and Educational: Bayes' Theorem explained with Lego #statistics #DataScience
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- 10 Cool #BigData Cartoons #TGIF
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- #DataMining Indian Recipes finds spices make negative food pairing more powerful
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- Key Take-Aways from Gartner 2015 MQ for #BI & #Analytics Platforms: market will grow at 9%
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- Sparse Linear Models, presentation by Stanford Prof. Trevor Hastie #DataScience for Wide Data #BigData t.co/WdRp1QLiYk
- Gartner #BI Magic Quadrant 2015 Spots Market Turmoil,
**@Tableau**leads @tableau t.co/PcjHrWieFc - The cheat sheet to following #BigData money trail #BigDataSV
**@SiliconANGLE**t.co/wffnTN892r t.co/ZrfXMWZv4Y - Slidecast: #DeepLearning - Unreasonably Effective, especially on #GPU #MachineLearning t.co/bQmta8Tybg
- Using the power of #BigData to understand customers better - Nice #Infographic by Datameer t.co/qSKya3ptUM t.co/U3NOZq8Luy
- A Brief History of #BigData by
**@BernardMarr**, from 18,000 BC to Google (1997), Facebook, #Hadoop (2005), to present t.co/Ly8jshZUQy