My 3 key learning in Data Science and BigData

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Happy New Year 2016, folks!!
As 2016 sets in, the Analytics domain is in the limelight and Data Scientists are in huge demand. The maturity levels of the market has increased and the emergence of set processes and structured teams has become the norm.
In the Data Science world, the buzz word remains BigData and any Analytics professional worth his salt is keen to understand this domain. I am putting down 3 key points that I have understood.
1. BigData is all around us: – Earlier all documents, images and video / audio files generated in business were stored in physical form in storage units … boxes, vaults etc. Today, most of it is digitized and stored. All government records, business data, application forms with photo and customer / employee documentation, security camera footage … everything is being digitized for easier storage and fast access. read more

The move from BigData and conventional ERP data to total data

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I was reading an article on the information management.com website (http://www.information-management.com/ ) by Yves de Montcheuil who is the vice president of marketing at Talend (https://www.talend.com/ ). He wrote about how there will be a convergence of the domain of data and soon we will ignore the current separations within the domain of data management and analytics. We will move to looking at data as one composite whole. We’ll soon get into the habit of not looking at data as BigData versus transactional data. Our enterprise data warehousing systems are going to become good enough to be able to work on data from all sources and of all types. read more