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Big Analytics Roundup (August 8, 2016)

So, Apple acquires Turi for $200 million. Hopefully, Apple did not pay for brand equity. Bridget Botelho argues that businesses must either disrupt or be disrupted, and outlines the role of machine learning. Someone should write a book about that. Conference Announcements — Flink Forward announces the schedule for its second annual event, to be held September 12-14 in Berlin. —

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Big Analytics Roundup (October 19, 2015)

Ten stories this week.  Don’t miss story #10, which recaps an analysis of collaboration and influence in the U.S.Congress using open source graph engines and a rich database of legislation. (1) Rexer: R Continues to Lead Rexer Analytics has released preliminary results from its 2015 survey of working analysts; Bob Muenchin reports.  One interesting snippet — reported tool use, as

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Big Analytics Roundup (September 28, 2015)

Strata+Hadoop World NYC is upon us.  Andrew Brust opines that there will be three themes at Strata this year: (1) Spark “versus” Hadoop; (2) streaming goes mainstream; (3) data governance matters.  My take: “Spark versus Hadoop” is controversy for the sake of people who like controversy.  Spark works with Hadoop, and Spark works with other platforms, or by itself.  Use

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Big Analytics Roundup (September 21, 2015)

Top story of the week: release of AtScale’s Hadoop Maturity Survey, which triggered a flurry of analysis.  Meanwhile, the Economist ventures into the world of open source software and venture capital, embarrassing itself in the process; and IBM announces plans to use Spark in its search for extraterrestrial intelligence, a project that would be more useful if pointed toward IBM headquarters. AtScale

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Big Analytics Roundup (August 3, 2015)

This week: IBM pours new wine into old bottles; priorities for the newly formed R Consortium; insight into Spark Streaming and Spark ML pipelines; and the usual snark. The Linux Foundation’s Apache Big Data conference to be held in Budapest in September has already posted slides featuring Spark, Ignite, S2Graph, Kylin and WSO2. Greta Roberts of Talent Analytics wants you

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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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