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Thinking about Google over the last week, I have fallen into the typically procrastinatory habit of every so often typing the words "what is" or "what" or "wha" into the Google search box at the top right of my computer screen.
Helsingissä yritetään päästä eroon vanhoista pyöräteistä, jotka ovat viivalla erotettuja kaistoja jalkakäytävällä. Uudet pyörätiet on tarkoitus rakentaa yksisuuntaisiksi autokaistan oikeaan reunaan.
by Jeff Gothelf | 8:22 AM July 6, 2012 This happens every day: A "solution" is handed to a team to build. The team determines the scope of the work, develops a project plan and promises a set of features by a specific date.
The perception among organizations over the past five years is that more quantitative methods, with or without Big Data, are critical to success. The problem is that most commercial organizations have little to no depth in these disciplines.
As a journalist hailing from the Indian state of Chhattisgarh, the epicenter of a violent Maoist insurgency, Shubhranshu Choudhary was regularly confronted with the shortcomings of his profession.
Let's imagine the future.
The promise of data journalism was a strong theme throughout the National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting’s (NICAR) 2012 conference . In 2012, making sense of big data through narrative and context, particularly unstructured data, will be a central goal for data scientists around the world, whether they work in newsrooms, Wall Street or Silicon Valley. Notably, that goal will be substantially enabled by a growing set of common tools, whether they’re employed by government technologists opening Chicago , healthcare technologists or newsroom developers.
Jessica Kourkounis for The New York Times Betsey Stevenson and Justin Wolfers are the go-to pair on what some might call “lovenomics,” having produced much research on marriage, divorce and child-rearing.