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Apache Mahout 0.7 Released(16 June 2012)

Apache Mahout 0.7 Released(16 June 2012) | Big Data - let your data grow | Scoop.it

Highlights include:
* Outlier removal capability in K-Means, Fuzzy K, Canopy and Dirichlet Clustering
* New Clustering implementation for K-Means, Fuzzy K, Canopy and * Dirichlet using Cluster Classifiers
* Collections and Math api consolidated
* (Complementary) Naive Bayes refactored and cleaned
* Watchmaker and Old Naive Bayes dropped.
* Many bug fixes, refactorings, and other small improvements

 

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How Physical Stores Can Apply Big Data Like An Amazon.com

How Physical Stores Can Apply Big Data Like An Amazon.com | Big Data - let your data grow | Scoop.it

A great example is Applied Big Data for brick-and-mortar retail, in which we seek to draw actionable inferences from customers’ behavior in brick-and-mortar retail environments.

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Big Data Made Simple – What Marketers Need To Know

Big Data Made Simple – What Marketers Need To Know | Big Data - let your data grow | Scoop.it

Everywhere you turn these days someone, somewhere is talking about Big Data. It’s in business magazines, blogs, radio news, television, etc. Big Data seems to be everywhere, but no one seems to truly know what it is exactly according to Forbes contributor Dave Feinleib in his article The 3 I’s of Big Data. According to Dave the definition of Big Data is still up for debate. All the while, corporate data nearly doubles every year. For marketers there is no debate — Big Data simply represents big dollar signs.

 

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Think Big - Business Intelligence and much more

Think Big - Business Intelligence and much more | Big Data - let your data grow | Scoop.it

One would think that Big Data is targeting only big companies. But this is not neccesarily true. Even small company can easily produce big data. 

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