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Big Analytics Roundup (March 21, 2016)

Minimal hard news this week, but some interesting survey results, analysis, articles, explainers and perspectives. — On his personal blog, Will Kurt describes Bayesian reasoning in the Twilight Zone. I tried to learn Bayesian reasoning a few years ago, but it conflicted with my prior beliefs. — Stack Overflow shares results from its 2016 Developer Survey. (h/t Thomas Ott) Key bits:

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Big Analytics Roundup (March 7, 2016)

Hortonworks wins the internet this week beating the drum for its partnership with Hewlett-Packard Enterprise.  The story is down under “Commercial Announcements,” just above the story about Hortonworks’ shareholder lawsuit. Google releases a distributed version of TensorFlow, and HDP releases a new version of Dataflow.  We are reaching peak flow. IBM demonstrates its core values. Folks who fret about cloud security

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Big Analytics Roundup (July 20, 2015)

Top story of the week: MapR reports that it doubled booking and billings year-over-year in the second quarter. Dato holds its Data Science Summit in SFO starting today.  See item below on GraphLab. A general shout-out to Hadoop Weekly.  If you don’t subscribe already, you should. This isn’t news, but it’s cool.  The Linking Open Data cloud diagram: High Performance

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