Master Data Management (MDM) is the technology, tools, and processes an organization needs to create and maintain consistent and accurate inventory of its data.
Master data usually refers to non-transactional data within the organization and can include customers, suppliers, employees, products, partners, accounts etc. Continue reading Master Data Management, Data Governance, Data Quality
One of the biggest problems organisations have nowadays is the fact they are rich in data but poor in insights. They may be collecting data from different sources – channels, processes, customers etc. – but they don’t really know how to transform that into valuable information and then strategies. To increase their ability to analyse data and get insights companies should apply Business Intelligence.
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What is Big Data
In the recent years we’ve seen an explosion of data from web traffic, email messages, social media content and more. This data includes text, photos, audio, video and other formats, and is not suitable to fit into rows and columns of relational database products. Continue reading Big data
R is a tool for statistics and data modeling. It can be used for descriptive statistics, inferential statistics and plotting charts.
Try R course that I have completed (http://tryr.codeschool.com/) contains 7 sections listed below. Every section is broken down to several parts giving you some context of how R can be used, and you can practice on provided examples – you need to complete each part before passing to the next one.
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