Quick note to let you all know about the new "general discussion" user forum that just went live. (So new, in fact, the slate is quite thin!) However, the goal is for threads to be user-generated and user-driven, a home for Dell Statistica topics and discussions, best practices, tips, questions, answers, challenges, successes--whatever floats your analytics boat!Throw mud on the wall…See More
"If I understand Dr. Miner's point, it is that staying focused and hype-free (i.e., not obsessive about MORE and MORE data as an end unto itself) might allow an analyst to discover the patterns and values of small data sets within larger big…"
"User friendly? Say no more, Ahmed! I work for StatSoft, so, of course, I recommend the tool rated "#1 in User Satisfaction" by 2013 Rexer Data Miner Survey: that tool is STATISTICA. Yes, we have free trialware, but since you are…"
"Good list; possibly more comprehensive than some business exec seeking specific solutions would really need to ask. As an exec, I would primarily want to know that my visualization tool would be
readily responsive (as indicated in your Q#7)
One of the options here is to distinguish stores which yield more profit (more sales) from those that yield less profit.
A root cause analysis can be performed using a simple CART model which tells us the factors / parameters having…"
StatSoft’s Vice President of Analytic Solutions, Dr. Thomas Hill, has published a white paper to address specific challenges facing businesses that seek to derive value from “big data” analysis, where big data refers to repositories growing into multiple terabytes, petabytes, and beyond. Noting that most big data discussions focus on the mechanics of collection and storage, Dr. Hill…See More