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Lesson from the pitch: take data viz insights one step at a time

More than half a century before modern sports metrics transformed the way teams, fans, and analysts look at performance stats, a man named Charles Reep …

Infor’s data scientists showcase the power of their work at Inforum 2016

One thing that makes Inforum 2016 special is that it’s the first major Infor event where customers, partners, analysts, and other attendees get a chance …

A healthy leadership pipeline is filled with behavioral data

Why integrating a behavioral data science program should be at the top of your organization’s human capital agenda.

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Data visualization enters a new dimension

Hans Rosling, the recently deceased Swedish statistician, once said “My interest is not data, it’s the world. And part of the world development you can …

2016: Big data is dead… 2017: Long live data projects!

KDnuggets, published by data scientist Gregory Piatetsky-Shapiro, asked a panel of knowledge discovery and data mining experts to weigh in on the state of big …

Coloring the perception of data

Color choices in data visualization capture the user’s attention and guide the eye. More importantly, they can inform the user’s perception of what the graphic …

Talent science helps more customers experience what makes you special

A lot of companies are fond of saying that their biggest differentiator is their talent, but a talent pipeline is only healthy when it points …

Can machines learn ethical behavior?

Artificial intelligence has reached yet another milestone, of sorts, in its development: Elon Musk’s OpenAI group has decided to hire “techie cops.” These cops aren’t …