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The Benefits of Semantic-Based Data Modeling in the Smart Data Lake Era

October 18, 2016 by Sean Martin

The driving force behind enterprise data analytics today is obtaining valuable insights more quickly from large, diverse data sets. A key issue blocking easier access for data scientists, business analysts and IT has been finding an alternative to the current data modeling process.[read more]

BI Case Study: Building an Open Data Portal

July 19, 2016 by Eran Levy

This article was written by Paul Murphy, IT Program Leader at Co-operatives UK, about his experience using business intelligence technology to centralize years of messy historical data and create an open, explorable web portal. Do you have an interesting business intelligence case study to share? Email us at [email protected] one...[read more]


How Smart Data Lakes are Revolutionizing Enterprise Analytics

June 3, 2016 by Sean Martin

As the quantity and diversity of relevant data grows within and outside of the enterprise, business users and IT are struggling to extract maximum value from this data. Fortunately, recent developments in big data technologies have significantly impacted the proficiency of contemporary analytics – the most profound of these involving the deployment of semantically enhanced Smart Data Lakes.[read more]

Preventing Customer Churn with Text Analytics

June 2, 2016 by Tom Anderson

3 Ways You Can Improve Your Lost Customer AnalysisPreventing Customer Churn with Text AnalyticsLapsed Customers, Customer Churn, Customer Attrition, Customer Defection, Lost Customers, Non-Renewals, whatever you call them this kind of customer research is becoming more relevant everywhere, and we are seeing more and more companies...[read more]


Emotions: The Next (but not new) Frontier in Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Computing

May 10, 2016 by Luca Scagliarini

How you “feel” has never been more important in tech. This year, a number of companies are showing an interest in emotions. We’ve always believed in the value of a deeper understanding of text. While meaning and context can tell us so much, we’re leaving a lot of valuable information on the table if we’re not looking at one of the key things that makes us human.[read more]


Enhancing Personalization Through Explicit User Feedback

May 3, 2016 by Huba Gaspar

A brief account of technologies, practices, and ongoing research that aim to employ "explicit user feedback" in creating enhanced personalized online experiences for users.[read more]

How to Increase the Amount of Text Data for Analysis

April 7, 2016 by Tom Anderson

How to Increase the Amount of Text Data for Analysis – Text Analytics Tips by GosiaIf you find yourself slightly disappointed by the quantity or quality of text comments provided by your respondents you are definitely not alone. This is a common problem especially when survey respondents are not compensated for their answers and...[read more]

Is this data alive through deep learning and intelligence?

March 21, 2016 by Bruce Robbins

I read a description of deep learning as, 'a powerful set of techniques for learning in neural networks', it also described neural networks as 'a beautiful biologically-inspired programming paradigm which enables a computer to learn from observational data'. Both are tools that can be applied to data to do all kinds of useful things such...[read more]


No Time to Waste! 5 Essential Features for Your Information Intelligence Solution

February 29, 2016 by Luca Scagliarini

Strategic information analysis is one of the most important activities that your company can perform. The fruits of this labor, especially when consolidated throughout the organization, inform everything from marketing and innovation, to risk management activities. To achieve this level of performance, you’ll need more than a simple...[read more]


3 Major Reasons VPN Can Improve Data Security

February 26, 2016 by Ryan Kh

Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) provide several protective features for both individuals and businesses; they provide a layer of privacy, a degree of anonymity, and a layer of security to all your web browsing actions, which could otherwise be publicly accessible. Depending on which VPN provider you go with, they can provide other advantages as well, such as allowing you to seem like you’re accessing data from another country.[read more]

Wise Practitioner – Predictive Workforce Analytics Interview Series: Lisa Disselkamp and Tristan Aubert at Deloitte

January 22, 2016 by Eric Siegel

In anticipation of their upcoming Predictive Analytics World for Workforce conference co-presentation, Predictive Analytics Unlocks Sustainable Cost Reduction In Hourly Workforce, we interviewed Lisa Disselkamp, Director at Deloitte, and Tristan Aubert, Senior Lisa Disslekamp imageConsultant – Advanced Analytics & Modeling at Deloitte.[read more]

Unintended Effects of Adblockers

January 18, 2016 by Brigg Patten

Nothing of quality in life is free. Most would agree with this statement. When it comes to the Internet, we have a wealth of knowledge available at our fingertips, information that would have required the investment time and money to acquire just a few short decades ago. In order for us to be able to maintain this availability, sometimes we have to pay a price.[read more]

Beginning Your Text Analytics Analysis Correctly

January 17, 2016 by Tom Anderson

At OdinText we’ve found that the best way to identify all key drivers in any analysis really, especially in customer experience management (including but not limited to KPI’s such as OSAT, Net Promoter Score, Likelihood to Return or other real behavior) is through a dual process combining a theory-driven (aka “top-down”) and a data-exploratory or data-driven approach (aka “bottom-up”).[read more]


The Apocalypse of Abundance: 5 Steps to End the Insanity of Information Overload

October 8, 2015 by Luca Scagliarini

If you're like many of the people I know, the things you once enjoyed most about the Internet now make you feel overwhelmed or even left behind because you can't keep up--there's simply too much of everything.[read more]

Content Analysis and the Internet of Things: Never Leave the Fridge Door Open Again?

July 29, 2015 by Luca Scagliarini

Things are changing. Our interactions with the devices we employ through our daily lives are becoming more focused on communication. This prognostication seems obvious—people do not communicate via data, systems do. Nor do people process like systems, we process like people.[read more]