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Migrating from an on-premise server to a cloud server will offer you a wide range of benefits. They range from a reduction to your involvement in database management to getting more advanced features from a third party whose main job is to offer the best database services. All in all,

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ContributorsData NativesTechnology & IT

When attending an Open Data Conference in Germany these days, one might wonder whether the participants have discovered a new type of species. A mysterious species that knows what to do with data. An intelligent species that is able to find treasures on confusing websites and to understand government speech

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Fighting fraud, reducing customer churn, improving the bottom line –  these are just a few of the promises of data science. Today, we have more data to work with than ever before, thanks to new data-generating technologies like smart meters, vehicle telemetry, RFID, and intelligent sensors. But with all that

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ContributorsData NativesData Science 101Featured

Katharine Jarmul and Data Natives are joining forces to give you an amazing chance to delve deeply into Python and how to apply it to data manipulation, and data wrangling. By the end of her workshop, Learn Python for Data Analysis,  you will feel comfortable importing and running simple Python analysis on your

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Elizabeth Press from D3M Labs and Data Natives are joining forces to give you the opportunity to jump start your next innovation in one day during our 1-day workshop on October 26th  Creating Innovative Data-as-a-Service Products. What is Data-as-a-Service? Data-as-a-Service (DaaS) can be described as productized data-driven insight on demand.

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As of October 4th, the STORM team is traveling the US, with exciting events such as a visit to Tesla and Google, driving on the Golden Gate bridge – and a hackathon on the STORM data at Stanford University. What was the hackathon about? A simple task: let’s crunch some

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ContributorsEducationMachine Learning

This is a follow up to an article Per wrote last year, Machine Learning in a Week, on how he kickstarted his way into machine learning (ml) by devoting five days to the subject. Follow him on Medium and check out his archive. First intro: Hacker News and Udacity My interest in ml stems

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Big Data and the Internet of Things are currently being lauded in many industries as the new frontier for business and, with seemingly ground-breaking solutions being rolled out for innumerable different use cases daily, it’s certainly not all hyperbole. At this moment, an estimated 4.9 billion sensors are connected to

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ContributorsHealthcareTechnology & IT

Whether it be diagnostics, treatment, or even a rehabilitation process, all medical procedures have an obvious goal: bringing benefits to patients. For instance, sonography requires using ultrasound waves for examining soft tissues; magnetic resonance, in turn, involves magnetic fields to make images. Neither waves nor magnets have negative influence on

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Big DataContributorsEducation

Due to the advances of modern technology, there has been a great change in the academic landscape. This substantial change has already had a great impact on the overall performance of students due to the more sophisticated approach to learning in general. Historically speaking, traditional teaching methods had a great

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