Analytics Software

Data Science 2.0 - Guided and In-line Analytics

Provided by Tibco Software, Inc

Category Analytics Software

Type White Paper

Length

Publish Date July 16 2013

Date posted July 16 2013

Overview

Data Science is the practice of deriving insights from data to solve business problems. With the current excitement around big data and data science there are some important caveats around current marketplace solutions and their misuses like chasing noise, throwing out data that don’t match pre-conceptions, confusing leading and lagging indicators, interpreting correlations as causation, and more. Data Science 2.0 – Guided and In-Line Analytics proposes a way for end-user communities to be readily enabled with self-service analytics, with the requisite inbuilt guidance, a framework of end-user data discovery, collaboration and enterprise readiness that promotes rigorous and real analysis on the business.  Discover a wide array of proven business and customer intelligence programs utilizing data science and learn about a new expanded workflow, called Data Science 2.0., and its application for a typical business insight use case.

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