Open Thoughts on Analytics
NOV 19, 2012 10:52am ET

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I had the good fortune of participating in day one of the *IE BI and Predictive Analytics Summit last Thursday in Chicago. With over 300 attendees, the 2012 version was considerably larger than the one I attended two years ago and, in my view, better as well. The insights on the conduct of data science in large organizations were especially informative.

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