471 search results for "market research"

Extending methylKit: Christmas Offer for Methylome Researchers

December 16, 2014
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Next week is going to be a vacation and most of us are going on vacation. Me too. However, I thought that this Christmas I would OFFER fellow researchers a GOOD SERVICE. Many of the biologists are learning to deal with their high-throughput sequen...

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Variable Selection in Market Segmentation: Clustering or Biclustering?

July 29, 2014
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Variable Selection in Market Segmentation: Clustering or Biclustering?

Will you have that segmentation with one or two modes?The data matrix for market segmentation comes to us with two modes, the rows are consumers and the columns are variables. Clustering uses all the columns to transform the two-mode data matrix (row a...

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Using CART for Stock Market Forecasting

February 28, 2014
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Using CART for Stock Market Forecasting

There is an enormous body of literature both academic and empirical about market forecasting. Most of the time it mixes two market features: Magnitude and Direction. In this article I want to focus on identifying the market direction only. The goal I set myself, is to identify market conditions when the odds are significantly biased

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Who knows the Oscar winners? The betting markets, probably.

February 28, 2014
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Who knows the Oscar winners? The betting markets, probably.

This is the time of year when everyone likes to speculate on the winners of the Academy Awards, to be announced on Sunday. There are plenty of ways to try and predict which movie is going to win Best Picture or who'll win Best Actress. You could look at the various betting markets and see who the speculators are...

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Job Trends in the Analytics Market: New, Improved, now Fortified with C, Java, MATLAB, Python, Julia and Many More!

February 24, 2014
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Job Trends in the Analytics Market: New, Improved, now Fortified with C, Java, MATLAB, Python, Julia and Many More!

I’m expanding the coverage of my article, The Popularity of Data Analysis Software. This is the first installment, which includes a new opening and a greatly expanded analysis of the analytics job market. Here it is, from the abstract onward … Continue reading →

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Visualization Series: Using Scatterplots and Models to Understand the Diamond Market (so You Don’t Get Ripped Off)

January 19, 2014
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Visualization Series: Using Scatterplots and Models to Understand the Diamond Market (so You Don’t Get Ripped Off)

My last post railed against the bad visualizations that people often use to plot quantitive data by groups, and pitted pie charts, bar charts and dot plots against each other for two visualization tasks.  Dot plots came out on top. … Continue reading →

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Weekend Reading: Market Neutral

November 1, 2013
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Weekend Reading: Market Neutral

I recently came across a very interesting idea at the The Problem with Market Neutral (and an Answer) post by Mebane Faber. Today I want to show how you can test such strategy using the Systematic Investor Toolbox: Mebane thank you very much for sharing this great observation and great strategy that works! I would

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Trends in the Analytics Job Market

August 7, 2013
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Trends in the Analytics Job Market

Tracking the job market for statistics, analytics, data mining and the like used to be a major undertaking. However, on November 10, 2011 the world’s largest web site for job postings, Indeed.com, released a tool that allows you to examine trends … Continue reading →

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Explore smartphone market share with Nanocubes

August 5, 2013
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Explore smartphone market share with Nanocubes

Back in May, Twitter's Miguel Rios created some beautiful data visualizations to show that with enough (i.e. billions) of geotagged tweets, you can reveal the geography of where people live, work and commute. Now, a new interactive visualization of 210 million geotagged tweets by AT&T Research Labs reveals the market share of iPhone, Android and Windows smartphones down to...

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Using survival models for marketing attribution

July 23, 2013
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by Andrie de Vries Prior to joining Revolution Analytics in March this year, I spent several years in the field of market research and survey analytics. During this period, I spent a few months consulting to a digital marketing agency based in London. My role was to help build their capability in building customer surveys and integrating these into...

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