- RT @stephensenn: My comment on a flaw of “The flaws of randomised controlled trials and the reproducibility crisis” https://t.co/3oww6Uw81…/ / 1 day ago
- RT @JasonHirschhorn: The Putinian Candidate: "The WTF He Did Exactly What We Thought He Would Do" Special Edition 07/17/18 Edition of @Medi…/ / 1 day ago
- RT @Comey: This was the day an American president stood on foreign soil next to a murderous lying thug and refused to back his own country.…/ / 1 day ago
- RT @waltmossberg: Trump’s hometown paper. https://t.co/x9Xn2KXNOg/ / 2 days ago
- Hey @realDonaldTrump where are Putin’s thumbs? @JasonHirschhorn twitter.com/jasonhirschhor…/ / 2 days ago
- RT @ProfFeynman: Have no respect whatsoever for authority; forget who said it and instead look what he starts with, where he ends up, and a…/ / 2 days ago
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Tag Archives: big data
When somebody claims they’re a data-driven marketer, generally that means their actions are driven by cursory analysis of biased data sets, and that they lack a coherent strategy.
We had an election yesterday where hundreds of millions of dollars of models, data collection and analytics predicted one outcome. We got the other. Still think you can predict how a particular ad impression will impact a purchase decision for the … Continue reading
If you fly regular routes, you’ll notice the same tail numbers around you. The same planes tend to fly the same routes, with changes mostly due to weather or maintenance. What does it usually mean when a particular tail number … Continue reading
The McKinsey Global Institute just issued their report Big data: The next frontier for innovation, competition, and productivity. It’s worth the time to read and act on (not think about). Now. The McKinsey analysis looks at five sectors in some detail–health … Continue reading