• Books To Love: 'Regression Modeling Strategies, Second Edition'

    Friday, February 19, 2016 - 09:00
    One of the perks of being an Information Management blogger is that I'm often invited to review a book or attend a seminar/conference gratis, the quid pro quo being that I write an article on my reactions. Ok, truth be told, I'm able to ask for a gratis conference or book in exchange for a blog as a consequence of my IM affiliation. I was recently the beneficiary of a copy Regression Modeling Strategies Second... [more]
  • The Rise of Enterprise Analytics

    Wednesday, January 27, 2016 - 15:00
    Take a look at the five trends that bringing an end to Enterprise BI, and what's taking it's place. [more]
  • After 50 Years, What Is Data Science, Really?

    Wednesday, January 13, 2016 - 13:15
    I recently came across an outstanding article on data science, thanks to the always-informative R-bloggers website. [more]
  • Getting Surveys to Say Most Anything You Want

    Monday, January 4, 2016 - 11:45
    A few years ago, a vendor I'm close to conducted a “research” study on the BI and analytics software market. [more]
  • Data, Design or Algorithms?

    Thursday, December 10, 2015 - 08:30
    I came across an analytics article the other day that made me pause. [more]
  • 70 Years of Analytics: Evaluating the Job Performance of Presidents

    Tuesday, November 17, 2015 - 17:00
    The October 2015 employment figures were recently released, and the 271,000 new jobs added with a 5.0% unemployment rate were cause for celebration for those of blue persuasion, while yet more consternation for those of the red. Regardless of position, the bromide “It’s the economy, stupid.” will assure that jobs and employment remain front and center throughout the presidential race of 2016. More blue than red, I’m skeptical of the ability of either party to... [more]
  • Categorizing Numeric Variables -- a Cautionary Tale

    Wednesday, November 11, 2015 - 21:15
    Three takeaways from Frank's Harrell's lectures, be attentive to both non-linearity and interaction effects among independent variables, and to be wary of categorizing continuous, numeric attributes. [more]
  • Baseball Analytics Proves a Theory

    Wednesday, November 11, 2015 - 20:30
    My best friend and I took in a game at Wrigley Field in August. As the Cubs were pounding on a weak opponent that day, we both hypothesized that at the end of the season it seems the better teams pick up the pace, while the others sink even lower. The Cubs, for example, struggled early against division foe – and doormat – Milwaukee Brewers. At the end of July, their record stood at 4-4... [more]
  • Fantasy Basketball Drafting Strategies: Using R and The Gini Coefficient FTW

    Wednesday, November 11, 2015 - 10:00
    After years of playing fantasy basketball, I realized that drafting strategies and the discussion surrounding them havent changed much. Whats been lacking is a mathematical discussion of these drafting strategies. For example, the statement assists are rare is generally accepted as truth without assessing to what extent it is true. When statistics like only six players average over 2.0 blocks a game are used, they arent used very rigorously. Is 2.0 blocks a good benchmark?... [more]
  • Yellin’ at Yellen: Using Tableau to See How the Fed Rate Affects Markets

    Tuesday, September 15, 2015 - 09:30
    How do Fed rate changes affect the equity markets? When rates rise, is it time to panic? Find out now. [more]


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