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This blog post covers how to start analysing continuous data by looking at its central tendency, what things to watch out for, and why they matter.
Overcoming the challenge of using SharePoint lists as a data source for Power BI, given Power BI's data refresh limitations.
You're likely to have come face-to-face with machine learning technology already. Even if you didn't recognise it at the time, chances are it recognised you. What role does it play with another technological phenomenon of the 21st century - big data?
How to quickly inspect a dataset in R, and how two types of data - continuous and categorical - become relevant during that process.
Advanced analytics can help build models, based on the current data, which will equip businesses with the ability to predict what might happen in the future.
The rise of the robots has started to make us humans nervous, not least about our job security. Tom Gilbank takes a look at how machines are being used in marketing, and asks if marketing professionals should be nervous about A.I. … or grateful.
Testing is one of the most important stages of development. But as the internet drives demand for new technologies, testing is becoming disastrously sidelined.
The Strange Behaviour of the ‘Hide Objects’ Feature in Information Design Tool (and How to Deal with it)
The strange behaviour of the ‘hide objects’ feature in Information Design Tool (and how to deal with it).
There was a single point of failure (SPOF) in Hadoop 1.x, so how has it been handled with the release of Hadoop 2.x?