Social Media is Dead, Long Live Big Data

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Shares Social Media has trained artificial intelligence and now Big Data is taking over. They are focussing on the DATA behind social media. Viva La Big Data. then provide that data to companies eg. SMH big data social media.

2016 122

Google vs. Microsoft on Mobile Productivity Apps (US Data Only)

Michael Sampson - Currents

The underlying data was provided by SurveyMonkey Intelligence: Microsoft’s core Office apps — Excel and Word — badly trailed their rivals from Google, Sheets and Docs, respectively. Yu had pulled data for Computerworld on U.S.

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Google vs. Microsoft on Mobile Productivity Apps (US Data Only)

Michael Sampson - Currents

The underlying data was provided by SurveyMonkey Intelligence: Microsoft’s core Office apps — Excel and Word — badly trailed their rivals from Google, Sheets and Docs, respectively. Yu had pulled data for Computerworld on U.S.

2016 50

Big Data and Large Systems Change: free webinar Thursday

Networking Action

Topic: Big Data and Large Systems Change. Date: Thursday, Oct. Time: 9am PT/noon ET/5pm UK/ 6pm CET Free, no registration required. Place: https://zoom.us/j/172922477 j/172922477 or audio +1 408 638 0968 (US Toll) or +1 646 558 8656 (US Toll) Meeting … Net Dev

2015 27

Data and Storytelling: 6 Ways to Use Data to Move Your Mission

Influence

Data is the new black. Data is so much more than a stack of numbers or a server filled with client outputs. One effective way to transform your data from an afterthought into a powerful communications product is through visualizations that help tell your story.

Data visualisation - which diagram should I use?

The Bumble Bee

Here is an excellent web link plus two great books which address the question which diagram or chart should I use to effectively present information visually. With at least 40 types of diagram and new ones being added daily this is a very hot topic! Think Differently

2012 32

Instant Customer Data Analysis using Excel: worked example

The Bumble Bee

One of the most useful aspects of Microsoft Excel is its ability to quickly slice and dice customer data from live systems to identify important trends and behaviors which can inform strategy. It's a simple job then to graph the data using the excellent excel chart facilities.

2012 39

Identifying the Risks and Benefits of a Big Data World

Influence

For the last five years, I’ve been hearing a lot about “big data,” a hot topic in the IT/data-nerds world and, increasingly, for all of us. Influence Data & Visualizations

Fujitsu Lifebook Notebook - with Inbuilt Data Projector

Michael Sampson - Currents

Fujitsu announced the forthcoming release of a data projector "bay" for the Lifebook P771 and S761 notebooks, for on-the-go presentations: " Fujitsu today unveils the latest ‘must-have’ device for the business professional: the world’s first projector built in to a modular notebook bay.

2011 35

New data on neighbourliness

Neighbourhoods

But the survey had a whopping 25,340 respondents and a ten-point scale for each question, so there could be some interesting work to be done on the relations between some of the measures, if the data can be made available.

Gary Vaynerchuk Uses This Data to Convince Companies to Invest in Community Management

Managing Communities

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2014 35

Mobile Iron for Managing Mobile Devices with Corporate Data

Michael Sampson - Currents

The user can still do their personal stuff on their iPad, plus get access to their corporate data in a secure way.

Data mining made easy with DMF

The Bumble Bee

Data Mining , a hi-tech buzzword for many years, is about excavating useful patterns which are hidden deep in your data to give you valuable insights you could not otherwise find. I was looking for a data mining tool in the same broad price bracket as Excel but which was also robust and did not require you to be a mathematics genius to use it.

2012 16

Visualizing Data - Health and Wealth - An Excellent Example

Michael Sampson - Currents

Professor Hans Rosling brings data to life through a very impressive visualization. He show data on health and wealth of 200 countries over 200 years, in 4 minutes. As he said, this required plotting 120,000 data points - and what they do really brings it to life.

2010 35

Big Data Makes the Big Time and Opens Up New Areas of Potential Understanding

Portals and KM

The New York Times recently had an extensive article on The Age of Big Data by Steve Lohr. Data is now growing at 50 percent a year, or more than doubling every two years according to IDC. million more data-literate managers, whether retrained or hired.”. The World Economic Forum at Davos, issued a report, “ Big Data, Big Impact ,” that “declared data a new class of economic asset, like currency or gold.”

2012 33

Making Data Engaging: Designing The Nation's Report Card (Part 1)

Influence

In early November last year, the news headlines were bursting with news about the 2013 results from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) assessments for mathematics and reading, and how for the first time ever this exciting data was available to all through a new set of engaging and interactive charts. Influence Data & Visualizations In early November, you might have seen headlines such as this one, from the Washington Post: “ U.S.

2013 10

Data is beautiful (but not many learning professionals believe this)

Joitske Hulsebosch

I read the book '' Big learning data ''. I do like playing with data and always liked mathematics. Learning data is a new topic - quite big and still evolving. Data interpretation was one of the lowest scoring skills of learning professionals!

2014 11

Facebook for Marketing Research: Political Polls #auspol

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

And how totally outdated, outmoded and antique they seem compared to Big Data of social media. Not maybe where it is today, but where it’s going… Polls suck Big Data rocks. Polls are about declared, conscious statements: Big Data is about undeclared analysis.

Increasing Trust in Rating and Review Systems Through Data

Managing Communities

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2015 10

Schmoozing with Portland Data Scientists

Learning Alliances

And the several other data science MeetUps have similar topic profiles. But when people ask to join the Portland Data Science MeetUp , for example, they say they are seeking things like: Networking. Better sense of the Portland data science community.

Health & Data: Working with the California Department of Health Care Services

Influence

A major driver of health reform is the more effective use of data. A major driver of health reform is the more effective use of data. Influence Data & Visualizations Government

TIBCO Spotfire: Self-Service Enterprise Data Analysis with a Social Capabilities

Portals and KM

TIBCO Spotfire puts data analytics capabilities directly into the hands of the average business by bringing data discovery to a broader audience. Lou showed me how you can change the focus of data visualizations to look through different filters such as time or location.

2012 21

The Need for Smarts as Well as Data

Portals and KM

Rich Beatty published a nice article, Data Guides, But the Gut Decides , on how CMOs need to balance art and science in their decision making. The corresponding rise of big data has got a lot of senior executives excited about getting access to what their customers are saying.

State of Customer Data Integration in 2012

Portals and KM

In February 2012, Scribe Software surveyed 300 business leaders and channel partners to uncover opportunities and challenges associated with customer data integration. “ The State of Customer Data Integration in 2012” report contains input from C-level executives, business analysts and IT engineers, and systems integrators and consultants who design and implement data integration for their enterprise clients.

Technology Review Finally Talks about SharePoint - But Gets the Data Wrong

Michael Sampson - Currents

I feel the article gives a "populist" view on SharePoint, but doesn't get the underlying data correct. MIT Technology Review has been looking at collaboration approaches and tools during March, and has finally devoted an article to SharePoint. " The collaboration tools discussed this month in Business Impact all have one thing in common.

IBM's Data Centre in New Zealand - Down for Two Days

Michael Sampson - Currents

A couple of years ago IBM built an $80 million data centre in New Zealand, to provide hosted and cloud-based services to New Zealand businesses. the data centre was down for two days: " IBM's $80 million data centre in South Auckland has now been down for more than 30 hours and customers say the outage is having a serious impact on their businesses. Herald, IBM data centre fault enters second day (February 19).

Blog>> Data, Knowledge Organisation and Scientific Knowledge

Green Chameleon

Back in November I participated in a workshop sponsored by the White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy on “ Changing the Conduct of Science in the Information Age &#. My input (contained as an annex to the downloadable report) was on the role of knowledge organisation systems in making scientific knowledge accessible, and in enabling the sensemaking that results in the building of new knowledge.

The Rise of Data Journalism and Related Tools

Portals and KM

Liliana Bounegru discussed the state of data journalism and its growing influence through an interview with Alex Howard on O’Reilly Radar (see: The bond between data and journalism grows stronger ). Liliana explained that in the past reporters gathered and analyzed data as “a way of enhancing (usually investigative) reportage, whereas data journalism pays attention to the way that data sits within the whole journalistic workflow.

How social networks work: the puzzle of exhaust data :: Grant McCracken

John Tropea - Delicious Community

" These are data that pass between friends onFacebook and Twitter…as when someone tells me they’re doing theirnails, or I tell them I’m entertaining my cat. Exhaust data is, I think, aclear case of "phatic communication." Exhaust Data.

2007 21

Dogged pursuit of data quality and use

Learning Alliances

Data Dogs notes – Jan 2, 2017 – https://www.meetup.com/Portland-Data-Science-Group/events/236078570/. Health data such as using a fitbit and syncing it with a phone. In between: Have a customer that generates lots of data: so much that paper doesn’t work anymore.

“Big Data” vs. “Big Content” Complementary Sides of Information Overload

Portals and KM

Information Management published a useful article, Big Data is Scaling BI and Analytics , on how the information overload is changing the way organizations use business intelligence and analytics. They started by noting that IDC research on digital data indicates that the amount of digital information in the world reached beyond a zettabyte in size in 2010 and this equals one trillion gigabytes of information. There is still some fuzziness on the definition of big data.

If You Delete All of Your Community Member Profile Data, You Can’t Let Your Staff Do This…

Managing Communities

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2014 15

The Buddy System: How Medical Data Revealed Secret to Health and Happiness

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Med-Tech : Health The Buddy System: How Medical Data Revealed Secret to Health and Happiness By Jonah Lehrer 09.12.09 Fowler shows me an animation of their study—30 years of data reduced to 108 seconds of shifting circles and lines. Wired Home Subscribe Sections Cars 2.0

The Picture of Health Data Design Challenge

Influence

Do you love storytelling with data? Are you passionate about open data and health care costs transparency? The California HealthCare Foundation is hosting a data design challenge to seek out engaging presentations that bring to life the story of rising health care costs. The Picture of Health: A Data Design Challenge is offering $10,000 in awards to entries that successfully depict public health data in new and interesting ways. Influence Data & Visualizations

Community questions and possibilities from a little data

Learning Alliances

Do we ever use all the data that’s out there (and that we generate every day) for the benefit of our communities? How could the data that we generate help our communities see themselves in new or more useful ways? All of that makes using data for a community more challenging.

How to get strategic insights from Net-Map

Net-Map Toolbox

facilitation fine-tuning implementation Social Networks technical details theoretical considerations training material actor goals actor influence client coalition building connections data analysis Net-Map method Strategic insights trainingJust a bowl of spaghetti with toys on top?

2016 21

Technology Stewardship for Portland Data Scientists

Digital Habitats

And the several other data science MeetUps have similar topic profiles. But when people ask to join the Portland Data Science MeetUp , for example, they say they are seeking things like: Networking. Better sense of the Portland data science community. Meet more people in the community, and learn what types of data work goes on in Portland. Meet colleagues and hear about their best practices, projects and approaches to solving problems in the data science space.

Mapping a community – easy and not-so-easy

Learning Alliances

In diving into the real-life river of data, we may not know just how deep things are — and only discover the shallow end (meaning “easier”) methods later! However, there’s nothing like having the detail data in hand to permit further analysis.

Open data movement afoot

Viv Mcwaters

At last year’s TED conference, Tim Berners Lee called for the an open data movement with the free sharing of raw data and all the benefits that would come from that. He shows how mashable maps are being produced from the raw data.

Goodbye, Corporate Data Silo; Hello Linked Data

Green Chameleon

Alas, the corporate data silo that we’ve all learned to love and cherish is slipping away. However, the enterprise, cross-enterprise, and cloud-based metadata and semantic data world taking its place means more than just lots of more data available to everyone. Paul Miller provides a summary of Kingsley Idehen’s comments at the recent Linked Data Planet conference in New York.