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Great illustration of the hierarchy of analytical BI techniques

Thanks to Analytics Bridge and KDNuggets for pointing this out. A great map of analytical techniques that is very digestible.  Click here for the interactive version, from  Dr. Saed Sayad at the Univ. of Toronto.  http://chem-eng.utoronto.ca/~datamining/dmc/data_mining_map.htm Advertisements

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The Geography of a Recession

Many thanks to Silicon Alley Insider for posting Latoya Eqwuekwe’s county by county timeline of job losses (using BLS data). Click on the image to link out to the video (it’s not embeddable)  

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A plug for Thornton May’s new book

I bought a copy @ the conference. Thornton is a hugely entertaining speaker, and his new book keeps the same (rapid) pace.  No one has written a review on Amazon yet, which I’ll try to after finishing the book, but

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How Well Do Facts Travel?

I did not coin this phrase. There is an effort by a professor @ the London School of Economics to explore this topic. Jon Adams has several papers on his research, using historic precedent on the rise of scientific advances,

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50% of Jeremy

Talent metrics and human capital analytics galore.                                                                        

Upcoming Presentations
Cornell ILR, Metrics that Matter: How HR Analytics Impact the Bottom Line, June 3-4, 2014 or November 13-14, New York, NY

HBR Webinar (Recording) - Competing on Talent Analytics November, 2011

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