Analytics

Wind and Weather – Data Driven Digest

It’s the beginning of March, traditionally a month of unsettled early-spring weather that can seesaw back and forth between snow and…

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Red Carpet Edition—Data Driven Digest

The 88th Academy Awards will be given out Sunday, Feb. 28. There’s no lack of sites to analyze the Oscar…

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HIMSS16: OpenText Prescribes Healthier Patient and Business Outcomes

This year’s Health Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Conference is right around the corner.  As a HIMSS North American…

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Financial Synergy Outlines Integration of OpenText Big Data Analytics at OpenText Innovation Tour 2016

Speaking at today’s OpenText Innovation Tour 2016 event in Sydney, Financial Synergy – Australia’s leading superannuation and investment software provider…

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Love is All Around – Data Driven Digest

The joy of Valentine’s Day has put romance in the air. Even though love is notoriously hard to quantify and chart, we’ve…

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Visualizing Unstructured Analysis — Data Driven Digest

As the 2016 Presidential campaigns finish New Hampshire and move on towards “Super Tuesday” on March 1, the candidates and talking…

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3 Ways Election Tracker ’16 Solves the Unstructured Data Dilemma

OpenText launched Election Tracker ’16 to several encouraging and positive responses regarding how easy it is to compare stats about their favorite Presidential candidate using…

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OpenText Releases U.S. Presidential Election Application, Powered by OpenText Release 16

As the highly contested 2016 U.S. Presidential election and the Iowa caucus approach, I’m pleased to announce the release of…

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Are You Ready for Some Football? — Data Driven Digest

Here in Silicon Valley, Super Bowl 50 is not only coming up, it’s downright inescapable. The OpenText offices are positioned halfway between…

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Crowd-Sourcing the Internet of Things (Data Driven Digest for January 19, 2016)

The Internet of Things is getting a lot of press these days. The potential use cases are endless, as colleague…

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Next Step For Internet of Things: Analytics of Things

“Theory is when you know everything but nothing works. Practice is when everything works but no one knows why. Between us,…

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Data Driven Digest for January 15: Location, Location, Location

Location intelligence is a trendy term in the business world these days. Basically, it means tracking the whereabouts of things…

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Data Scientist: What Can I Do For You?

After attending our first Enterprise World, I have just one word to define it: intense. In my memory, there are…

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Data Driven Digest for January 5: Life and Expectations

Welcome to 2016!  Wrapping up 2015 and making resolutions for the year ahead is a good opportunity to consider the passage of time –…

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Data Driven Digest for December 22: The Passage of Time in Sun, Stone, and Stars

Data visualization has been with us since the first cave-dweller documented the lunar month as a loop of symbols carved…

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Data Driven Digest for December 18: The Data Awakens

It is a period of data confusion. Rebel businesses, striking from a hidden NoSQL base, have assembled their first embedded…

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Delivering Insights Interactively in a Customer-Centric World

Consumers today expect access to their information from wherever they are, at any time and from any device. This includes…

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3 Questions: TDWI’s Fern Halper on Succeeding with Advanced Analytics

Dr. Fern Halper is director of TDWI (The Data Warehousing Institute) Research for advanced analytics. Well known in the analytics…

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Data Driven Digest for December 11: Holiday Lights

Christmas and the New Year are approaching, so this week we’re sharing some data visualizations with connections to holiday celebrations. …

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Data Driven Digest for December 4: Data Is Beautiful

The end of the year is approaching, which means that for many of us, it’s time to take stock: “Biggest…

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