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7 to 1: A countdown to 2016’s top blog

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7 to 1: A countdown to 2016’s top blog

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What was the top blog on the Watson Analytics website for 2016? Since this is our last post for 2016, we thought we’d take our top 7 blogs and count down to number 1. Who doesn’t love a countdown in the last days of December? We’ve included the link and the summary for each one, too.

blog_thumbnail_househunting_505pxTop blog #7. Look out, world: A new international real estate agent is on the scene

If you’re overwhelmed by the data that international real estate sites ask you to provide, there’s another way to house hunt that’s much easier.


top blog 2016 PokemonTop blog #6. Pokémon Go explained with Watson Analytics

Discover how Watson Analytics helped one man become a better informed Pokemon Go player.


top blog 2016 pro and plusTop blog #5. Moving beyond single-source analytics: Working with data in Plus and Professional

Did you know that Watson Analytics Plus and Professional enable easy data access and refinement? That’s right: not only can you to ask questions about your data in a natural way, but you can shape it first without any assistance or coding.

tennis-505pxTop blog #4. Watson Analytics is the ace in your game

I took several years’ worth of tennis data from SlamTracker and popped it into Watson Analytics, which immediately made it visually exciting. Suddenly, I began to feel like a tennis expert.

top blogTop blog #3. How to get started with the new Watson Analytics user experience

Whether you are already using Watson Analytics or want to try it for the first time, these steps can get you started in the redesigned experience.


Top blog #2. 23 reasons to gBlog_Thumbnail_Excitement_505pxet excited about data

In a lot of ways, data gets a bad rap, one it doesn’t deserve. Learn why in this new ebook from a group of social media experts.


top blog number 1Top blog #1. How I Used Predictive Analytics for my Tournament Bracket

Anything more than a few rows and columns in a spreadsheet makes my eyes glaze over. Rather than decipher stats, I knew Watson Analytics would provide me with some quick insights to help me complete my brackets for the men’s college basketball tournament.

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