Predictive Analytics

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Predictive analytics applies statistical algorithms to prescribe (recommend) actions based on patterns in data that predict the behavior of customers, products, services, markets and other business outcomes.

NewsThe man who lent his name to the Harris Poll broke with the traditional approaches of George Gallup and Elmo Roper by probing the underlying attitudes of respondents and using the data to advise private clients.
NewsGuidewire’s platform will be implemented in ENNIA’s property line of business, followed by motor and health, according to the vendor.
FeatureClearly, the problems are industry-wide; that’s why the American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR) has assembled a panel to investigate and report their findings in May.
If you’re on the market for a top shelf master data management solution, this newly-released listing from The MDM Institute offers great insights on products you should include in your search.
Great data analysis starts with top data quality, which is why the data quality tool market is growing at nearly 50 percent faster than the enterprise software market overall. Gartner’s latest Magic Quadrant report looks at the top vendors in the market.
FeatureIn the aftermath of Donald Trump's victory, a legend is being built around London-based Cambridge Analytica, which advised Trump's campaign using "big data" -- one of the most magical phrases in tech.
This year has seen tremendous changes in the areas of analytics, machine learning, and the Internet of Things. Expect more of the same in 2017, according to these experts.
NewsDeveloped by a Princeton-led research team, the method called the influence score (I-score) was found to improve the prediction rate in real-world disease data.
BlogDid you know that our team sports four agenda? Each one has its own “landing page” where you, as a Gartner seat-holder get content targeted to your role and focus.
BlogThe fundamental problem is a mismatch in expectations. As an industry we should not generally expect groundbreaking innovations from the largest software companies.
The growth in data analytics and governance is leading to an increase in the workers that manage and master it all. The result will be a new level of ‘data literacy’ in 2017. Here are 10 reasons why.
Great advances are being made with machine learning and artificial intelligence, but nothing compared to what the next quarter century has in store. Jeremy Achin, data scientist and CEO of DataRobot shares his thoughts on what we can expect.
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