data visualisation

Some reflections on Big Data – IBM Analytics reports

December 5, 2012

Introduction As part of my on-going interest in data, and the power of insight to generate business benefits, my third reflection. Other posts are “Some reflections on Big Data – Strata Europe”, and “Some reflections on Big Data – London meetups”. Three documents This post looks at three recent IBM docs: CMOs and CIOs: Acquaintances […]

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Some reflections on Big Data – London meetups

November 19, 2012

Introduction The second of my reflections on big data – this time, recounting my experiences attending some great meetups, especially Londata (and featuring Stewart Townsend). Meetup – Londata VI: Using Data to Delight and Excite I mentioned this event in passing, however I really enjoyed Pete Laflin’s presentation, who has blogged about the event, and […]

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Some reflections on Big Data – Strata Europe

November 16, 2012

Introduction I’ve recently been to several meetings in London, and had the opportunity to learn more about data, analytics, and developments in this area – especially around ‘big data’. It follows on from my interests in Cloud computing, business & web analytics, data and data visualisation, innovation: I think you get the idea. Hopefully these […]

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Building an analytics culture

October 1, 2012

Introduction I had a fascinating conversation with a web agency recently about analytics and the readiness of customers to make the most of the insights a well-founded analytics setup can produce. The upshot was this post, with some reflections on how to embed a culture in your organisation – both regarding analytics in general, and […]

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Supermondays – Data Visualisation write up

August 28, 2012

Introduction I’m catching up with my blogging, and heading off for Supermondays this evening, so keen to get this one up! By way of context is my post “Supermondays data visualisation evening” – I curated the evening and want to extend my thanks to everyone involved – particularly Brigitta Zics and Culture Lab at Newcastle […]

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