Saturday, January 25, 2020
There are a lot of great R resources on the internet, ranging from one off articles and texts to comprehensive tutorials. Here are a few of the more popular links:         60+ R resources to improve your data skills Introduction...
Data sciences and data analytics not only use different techniques, that are often highly dependent on the distribution characteristics of the data, but also produce very different categorical types of insights. These insights range from a better understanding things...
Over the last several months I have been involved with developing uniques data science capabilities for the intelligence community, ones specifically based on exploiting insights derived from the open source intelligence (OSINT) found in the deep web. The deep web...
We are at a tipping point for the realization of value from data-oriented services (big data, data science, etc.). Those that see limited growth opportunities in traditional application and services development are already well underway in this data science...
This is the first in a series of screencasts designed to demonstrate practical aspects of data science. In this episode, I will show you how to integrate R, that awesome awe inspiring statistical processing environment, with Hadoop, the master...
Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) can use sophisticated Sociological and Psychological (Socio-Psycho) factors in order to positively identify Key Opinion Leaders (KOL). This animated presentation demonstrates just how it can be applied to one of the most opaque places on earth: The...
As a data scientist that works in the intelligence community, we are often asked to help identify where intelligence gathering and analysis resources should be allocated. Governmental and non-governmental intelligence organizations are bounded by both limited operational funds, as...
Across all industries, companies are looking to Data Science for ways to grow revenue, improve margins, and increase market share. In doing so, many are at a tipping point for where and how to realize these value improvement objectives. Those...
At the request of a friend, I recently reviewed the article "Your Math Is All Wrong: Flipping The 80/20 Rule For Analytics” by John Thuma. It is a good article, but incomplete and bit misguided. Thuma argues that we...
The U.S. is on the brink of witnessing some of the largest economic losses in net wealth since the Great Depression. The US Wealth To Income index (reported in Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report 2014) has exceed its mean...