Top 5 Articles of 2020 to progress your CX journey

Corinium

With 2020 coming to a close, and the continued impact COVID has had on businesses, we have collated the 5 best must read articles to progress your CX journey into 2021.

10 Most Popular Data Science Articles on Analytics Vidhya in 2020

Analytics Vidhya

Overview Here is a list of the top 10 articles published this year by Analytics Vidhya The articles have been ranked in descending order, The post 10 Most Popular Data Science Articles on Analytics Vidhya in 2020 appeared first on Analytics Vidhya.

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U.S. defended Amazon after article showed company bypassed Indian law

DataFloq

By Aditya Kalra and Steve Stecklow. NEW DELHI (Reuters) - U.S.

Tired of Reading Long Articles? Text Summarization will make your task easier!

Analytics Vidhya

This article was published as a part of the Data Science Blogathon. The post Tired of Reading Long Articles? Introduction Millions of web pages and websites exist on the Internet today. Text Summarization will make your task easier! appeared first on Analytics Vidhya.

Using Time Series to Predict Wikipedia Article Web Traffic

Dataiku

In this blog post, we cover some challenges associated with processing and analyzing time series data and how Dataiku features can be used to accelerate modeling such data, along with an example of a project.

20 Most Popular Machine Learning and Deep Learning Articles on Analytics Vidhya in 2019

Analytics Vidhya

The post 20 Most Popular Machine Learning and Deep Learning Articles on Analytics Vidhya in 2019 appeared first on Analytics Vidhya. Introduction High-quality machine learning and deep learning content – that’s the piece de resistance our community loves.

The Key Role of the Data Governance Partner

The Data Administration Newsletter

A question was raised in a recent webinar about the role of the Data Architect and Data Modelers in a Data Governance program. My webinar with Dataversity was focused on Data Governance Roles as the Backbone of Your Program.

Learning Machine Learning? Six articles you don’t want to miss

IBM Big Data Hub

Digital disruption has revolutionized the way we live and do business — and machine learning is the latest wave of that revolution

Want to succeed as a CDO? 6 articles to read this week

IBM Big Data Hub

Learn more about the right way to approach your data governance governance strategy in 2018 by checking out our top performing articles

Converting Big Data into Actionable Intelligence

The Data Administration Newsletter

In today’s world, access to data is no longer a problem. There are such huge volumes of data generated in real-time that several businesses don’t know what to do with all of it. Unless big data is converted to actionable insights, there is nothing much an enterprise can do.

How to Convince Stakeholders That Data Governance is Necessary

TDAN

You may already have a formal Data Governance program in place. Then again, perhaps you don’t. Or … you are presently going through the process of trying to convince your Senior Leadership or stakeholders that a formal Data Governance program is necessary.

Data Governance as a Puzzle

The Data Administration Newsletter

I debated over whether to title this article Data Governance as a Puzzle … or Data Governance is a Puzzle. I selected the first option and decided to use this article to provide a comparison of data governance and good puzzles; rather than […].

Is Artificial Intelligence a Problem or an Opportunity?

The Data Administration Newsletter

Artificial Intelligence (AI) seems to have reached its peak, and yet it is still growing and reaching even the most remote parts of the world. There are countless benefits to this technology, including life-saving tools and systems that function with automated AI algorithms.

Metadata Improves Security, Quality, and Transparency

The Data Administration Newsletter

How does Spotify win against a competitor like Apple? They use data better. Using machine learning and AI, Spotify creates value for their users by providing a more personalized experience.

A Retrospective of 2018’s Articles

Peter James Thomas

This increase was driven in part by the launch of my new Maths & Science section , articles from which claimed no fewer than 6 slots in the 2018 top 10 articles, when measured by hits [1]. Overall the total number of articles and new pages I published exceeded 2017’s figures to claim the second spot behind 2009; our first year in business. This is my selection of the articles that I enjoyed writing most, which does not always overlap with the most popular ones.

Developing and Adopting a Common Language

TDAN

Executive Summary It seems obvious enough that companies, government agencies and non-profits would benefit from a common language. Without it, coordinating work is more difficult, computers “don’t talk,” and basic questions such as “how many customers do we have?”

First Rule of Data Storytelling

The Data Administration Newsletter

Bedtime stories are as good as the problem they solve, every child will tell you that. Our children’s capacity to distinguish a good story from a bad one is not learned, but hardwired from birth. Storytellers and parents know this very well.

What is Natural Language Processing & How Does it Benefit a Business? (Part 3 of 3 articles)

Smarten

In this, the last article in our three-article series we discuss Natural Language Processing and how it can benefit a business. Part 1 of 3 articles)’ and, ‘What is Search Analytics and Can it Improve Self-Serve Data Discovery? Part 2 of 3 articles)’ Original Post: What is Natural Language Processing & How Does it Benefit a Business? Part 3 of 3 articles). Whether we know it or not, we use Natural Language Processing every day.

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Expanding Role of Data Governance, Metadata Management, and Data Quality

The Data Administration Newsletter

Ensuring data quality is an important aspect of data management and these days, DBAs are increasingly being called upon to deal with the quality of the data in their database systems more than ever before. The importance of quality data cannot be overstated.

What Exactly is External Data?

The Data Administration Newsletter

My company has been talking a lot about our products because there has been some incredible progress on what we’re delivering to the organizations we work with.

The Business Case for a Common Language – Not “If,” but “What and When?”

The Data Administration Newsletter

Weinberg’s Second Law: If builders built buildings the way programmers wrote programs, then the first woodpecker that came along would destroy civilization.[1] 1] Introduction Opportunity While most people don’t think about it very often, common language is essential to day-in, day-out commerce.

A Data Governance Self-Assessment Test

The Data Administration Newsletter

The purpose of this article is to provide a model to conduct a self-assessment of your organization’s data environment when preparing to build your Data Governance program.

Knowledge Graphs vs. Property Graphs – Part II

TDAN

Differences in Terminology and Capability Building on the terms and concepts introduced in Part I of this white paper, Part II digs deeper into the difference in the meaning of some key terms used in both Property Graphs and Knowledge Graphs, including LABELS, TYPES, and PROPERTIES.

The Lifecycle of Data

The Data Administration Newsletter

Most data is not static. No, data has a life in which it changes, is used for perhaps multiple purposes, and gets moved all over the place. So, it makes sense to think about the lifecycle of your data at your organization. The accompanying diagram helps to demonstrate this lifecycle.

Requirements for Data Governance

TDAN

Recording requirements for success is an important first step toward demonstrating the value of a Data Governance program. Practitioners know that Data Governance requires planning, resources, money and time and that several of these objects are in short supply.

Data Starvation and Your Data Metabolism

TDAN

This article starts with something that is “going on” with […]. David Crosby, of super group fame with Stills, Nash and Young, once said that you have to write about something that goes on in your life if you want to write something that means something to you.

Data Culture Issues and How to Fix Them

TDAN

If your organization uses data—and even if it doesn’t—you have a data culture. Think about the ways that you and your colleagues interact with and discuss data. Are people afraid of it? Do they trust it?

Stages and Types of Data Models

The Data Administration Newsletter

Three different types of data models exist, each of which plays a distinct role in data modeling. They help an organization’s efforts in organizing, understanding, and making productive use of enterprise data resources.

The Current Explosion of Data Catalogs

The Data Administration Newsletter

About 540 million years ago most of the animal body plans we see today suddenly appeared in a “relatively brief” period of about 20 million years or so. This was the “Cambrian Explosion.” A good number of strange forms that subsequently went extinct were also part of this strange episode.

Machine Learning is Replacing Music Mastering

The Data Administration Newsletter

As AI continues to penetrate many areas of our lives, the music industry is no exception. Although there are many music production-related applications that involve AI, too many of them look like fun science projects without any applicability to the craft.

Achieving Natural Language Processing Through Data Training

The Data Administration Newsletter

Language independence plays a significant role in the machine-learning of natural language processing (NLP). Aside from being a type of scalability, it also adds various advantages to modern artificial intelligence (AI) technology.

What is Clickless Analysis? Can it Simplify Adoption of Augmented Analytics? (Part 1 of 3 articles)

Smarten

Watch for Part II and Part III of this article series: ‘What is Search Analytics and Can it Improve Self-Serve Data Discovery?’ Part 1 of 3 articles). The concept of Clickless Analytics is one that will be happily embraced by business users and by the business enterprise. The reason is simple! Clickless Analytics allows users to find and analyze information without specialized skills, by using natural language.

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Agile Business Facilitated by Information Architecture & SAFe

The Data Administration Newsletter

This article attempts to analyze and make sense of a harmonization between Information Architecture and SAFe, and will address how their cooperation will contribute to the development of an Agile Business.

Broken Data – What You Don’t Know Will Hurt You – Part 1

TDAN

The first step to fixing any problem is to understand that problem—this is a significant point of failure when it comes to data. Most organizations agree that they have data issues, categorized as data quality. Organizations typically define the scope of their data problems by their current (known) data quality issues (symptoms). However, this definition is […].

How to Centralize Your Data

TDAN

Many businesses keep their data in silos and employ analytics at a process or departmental level.

The Non-Invasive Data Governance Framework – The Details

TDAN

The third and final part of the Non-Invasive Data Governance Framework details the breakdown of components by level, providing considerations for what must be included at the intersections. The squares are completed with nouns and verbs that provide direction for meaningful discussions about how the program will be set up and operate. Full consideration is […].

Data Distancing – What and Why?

TDAN

Desperate situations call for desperate measures. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our lifestyle. If you switch on the television, chances are 9 out of 10 channels are talking about COVID-19 and how the numbers are going up across the world.

Knowledge Graphs vs. Property Graphs – Part 1

TDAN

We are in the era of graphs. Graphs are hot. Flexibility is one strong driver: heterogeneous data, integrating new data sources, and analytics all require flexibility. Graphs deliver it in spades. Over the last few years, a number of new graph databases came to market.

Who Should Own Data Governance?

TDAN

One of the first steps organizations take when preparing to deliver a data governance program is to determine where in the organization data governance should be placed. Or in other words, who should own data governance?

New Approach to Reference Data Management in Pharma

The Data Administration Newsletter

Data supply chains in pharma and life sciences are generally long and complex. They typically involve multiple business units, both inside and outside a given enterprise.

Don’t Buy Data – Invest In It

TDAN

There are some expressions about data that are getting a bit tired: “Data is the new oil,” “In God We Trust (all others must bring data),” “Buy data, sell high”… Okay, you caught me, I kind of made that last one up.

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Information Governance in an Era of Uncertainty

TDAN

In this article, we elaborate on the benefit, effective operations, and value of information governance in your organization. The word “organize” is the root of the word “organization.” Organizations are compelled to organize their information.

Storing Data in the Cloud

The Data Administration Newsletter

In the cloud-era, should you store your corporate data in Cosmos DB on Azure, Cloud Spanner on the Google Cloud Platform, or in the Amazon Quantum Ledger?