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Those of us without the word “data” in our job titles find it hard to have an in-depth relationship with data, even though we encounter it every day. So, I want to introduce you to the romantic side of data. (No, I’m not kidding). Its name is data discovery.
Carrying out data analysis can be insightful, but it can also bring certain pitfalls. Knowing the difference between biased and unbiased data discovery enables you to avoid those pitfalls and identify valuable opportunities.
I wish I could attend these IBM Vision 2017 data discovery, business intelligence and finance performance sessions instead of going to Europe..
Analyzing traffic data can tell us a lot about accidents. Recently, I used Watson Analytics to analyze data from the New York Police Department from 2013-2015 to see what I could learn about traffic accidents in the New York area.
Now that Watson Analytics Mobile for iPad is available, you might be wondering if it’s a solution you can use. If so, I have good news. No matter where you are in your organization, you can use Watson Analytics to discover insights, answer questions and take action.
With data, insights, visualization and a brilliant dashboard from Watson Analytics to back her up, a reluctant sales manager blazes a fast path to improved holiday sales planning.
I'd like to welcome you to the future by introducing you to the latest Watson Analytics capabilities next iteration of Cognos Analytics (available later this year).
Analytics for all
One of the most amazing and unique capabilities of Watson Analytics is how it guides you to answers that you can understand. No scripting or query languages needed.