Posts Tagged ‘ Technology ’

Visualizing the #nonato Twitter hashtag – time series and top users

May 21, 2012
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Visualizing the #nonato Twitter hashtag – time series and top users

  The NATO summit is currently being held in Chicago, and, as is typical for NATO or G# summits, the streets and tweets are full of dissent.  In the spirit of my past investigations of online dissent (#jan25, #25bahman, #12fev,… Read more ›

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Predicting Marketing Campaign with R

March 17, 2012
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Predicting Marketing Campaign with R

In my last blog I created a mechanism to fetch data from Salesforce using rJava and SOQL. In this blog I am going to use that mechanism to fetch ad campaign data from salesforce and predict future ad campaign sales using R Let us assume that Salesforce has campaign data for last eight quarters.  This

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Internet surveys

January 18, 2012
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I received the following email today: I am preparing a thesis … I need to conduct the widest possible poll, and it occurred to me that perhaps you could guide me toward an internet-based way in which this can be done easily. I have a ten-question questionnaire prepared, that I wish to have an random sample of the population...

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The counterfactual GPS!

July 23, 2010
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The counterfactual GPS!

WHAT IF YOUR GPS TOLD YOU WHAT WOULD HAVE HAPPENED IF YOU HAD TAKEN THE OTHER ROUTE? Not long ago, your Decision Science News editor was planning a trip to a book group meeting along with another member. The monthly book group takes place in Cove Neck Long Island, about an hour East of Manhattan.

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