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Top 10 PHP Frameworks for Website Design and Development

PHP, known as the most popular server-side scripting language in the world, has evolved a lot since the first inline code snippets appeared in static HTML files.

These days developers need to build complex websites and web apps, and above a certain complexity level it can take too much time and hassle to always start from scratch, hence came the need for a more structured natural way of development. PHP frameworks provide developers with an adequate solution for that.

Choosing…

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Added by Rajveer Singh Rathore on July 30, 2018 at 4:30am — No Comments

When Business Analytics Data Meets Quality Management Software

For some, simply skimming over material with words like ‘systems analysis’ or ‘business statistical data’ causes eyes to glaze over as interest and attention vaporize into thin air like a wisp of smoke. But these business buzzwords are not so nebulous in their foundations. Analytical data and use of Big…

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Added by Andrew Heikkila on January 18, 2016 at 12:08pm — No Comments

5 Reasons to Invest in Customer Experience Software

The first fundamental rule of growth hacking or growing your business is to utilize your existing traffic to the max – whether it’s a new business or a well-established one. For both, a newly designed website and a fully functioning online shop, lowering bounce rates, addressing CRO (conversion rate optimization), and improving CX (customer experience) are mandatory. Customer experience software effortlessly extracts invaluable information directly from your site to facilitate improvement in…

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Added by Efrat Ravid on November 26, 2015 at 5:30am — No Comments

Ignore the Doom and Gloom: The Right BI Tool Can Deliver the Goods

There are numerous reasons why a software implementation might fail and the list is too long to cover in this article. But, when it comes to Business Intelligence Software, there are some common reasons for failure.

Like many other businesses, your enterprise may have entered into the business intelligence (BI) domain with the belief that, as soon as…

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Added by Arbuda Dave on October 12, 2015 at 12:00am — No Comments

9 Questions to Determine If a BI Solution Is Truly Self-Service

A Tool That Grants Independence to Business Users

We all know the constant struggle between IT and business users when it comes to BI software: Business users want to access data in order to make fast decisions independently, without having to use IT as a middle man every time a new requirement arises, query is run, or data is added. Yet, IT is overwhelmed by constantly changing requests and requirements, and struggle to deliver data in an actionable time-frame. The…

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Added by Elana Roth on August 19, 2014 at 2:30am — No Comments

How Much Data Will You Have in 3 Years?

If I told you all of our modern activities–posts to social media sites, transaction records, online activities, digital pictures and videos, and mobile GPS signals to name a few– leave a trail of data behind that is estimated to produce about 2.5 quintillion bytes of data each day, would you have a real feel for how much data that is? Even if I defined that number more clearly as 1 followed by 18 zeros, many tech veterans and savvy business leaders still have trouble digesting the scope of…

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Added by Elana Roth on July 31, 2014 at 4:30am — No Comments

Proper architecture for a reusable Bayesian platform

I am looking for folks that have built a Bayesian formalism middleware to supply applications with ML or classification features. We want to build a real-time data fusion engine and need some guidance on the best software architecture to capture reusable Bayesian concepts.

Added by Theodore Omtzigt on November 25, 2013 at 2:41pm — No Comments

Read the Preface for Siegel’s Book – Predictive Analytics

Read the Preface for Siegel’s Book – Predictive Analytics



Here is the preface for Predictive Analytics: The Power to Predict Who Will Click, Buy, Lie, or Die



By Eric Siegel, with a foreword from Tom Davenport

(Wiley, February 2013)

 

To order the book:…

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Added by Eric Siegel on February 8, 2013 at 6:30am — No Comments

Invitation to an Introduction to GNU-R

I'll be giving a talk[1] in October to introduce people to GNU-R[2] - a popular and free statistical language and computing environment.

The talk is being hosted by the Manchester Free Software group[3] and will be held at the Madlab[4] on 19/10/10 19:00-20:30.



Naturally I'll be taking questions on the day but if you can think of any particular topics that you would like me to cover then please post a comment with your suggestions.



I look forward to seeing you… Continue

Added by Robin Gower on September 24, 2010 at 7:51am — 2 Comments

Inference for R version 3.5: Inference in PowerPoint Makes its Debut

I am happy to announce the release of Inference for R version 3.5. This is a significant release for Inference that includes several major features requested by users:



• Inference in PowerPoint: Embed and run R code in PowerPoint presentations just as you can in Word and Excel.



• Run-in-Place: Execute R code inside of an Excel, Word, or PowerPoint document and see the code results immediately in the same document – “preview” how your document will execute without having to… Continue

Added by Ben Hinchliffe on June 18, 2009 at 2:55pm — No Comments

4 open source data mining tools (with GUI)

I was at the Semantic Web Meetup @ the Hearst Building in NYC (amazing venue, the first green building completed in NYC) yesterday and someone asked about open source tools available for data mining, specifically for clustering. Unfortunately I had to run out after the meetup and couldn’t provide these to him. The one mentioned by the presenter was Weka, which also the first free open source tool I came across.



Anyway, here are the ones I have found that are worth checking out and… Continue

Added by Bruno M on April 21, 2009 at 9:30am — 1 Comment

clementine from spss

I have just ordered clementine from spss to teach my MBA students in a few weeks. Can anyone share any tips and tricks I can use when I get the software package?

Added by Dr. Jamie Pleasant on March 27, 2009 at 8:46pm — 1 Comment

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