Rounak Jain Feb 28, 2020 No Comments
Web scraping is a commonly used technology existing for a couple of decades now. We use programming languages like Python with libraries namely Beautiful Soup, Selenium, Scra
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Content Strategist- Ivy Pro School Oct 04, 2018 No Comments
The most important parts of solving a guesstimate is taking the right assumptions and solving them with proper logic. These are your subtle keys which you can use to unlock any kind of guesstimates.
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We would love to have you at the Analytics Confluence on 5th Jan’17. Senior Academicians and Industry experts will discuss how Analytics is influencing Innovation in the BFSI sector.
Sangeeta Aug 11, 2015 No Comments
From being an obscure backstage performer to emerging as the hottest technology-in-use, personalization has come a long way. Deployed across multiple platforms, devices and on-site sensors, used by small digital marketers to ecommerce giants like Amazon, personalization has become the mantra of every business performing in the digital space.
While Google may have kick-started the process of the
Sangeeta Jun 26, 2015 No Comments
With most businesses moving part of their operations to the cloud, analytics and BI in the cloud have emerged as the new frontiers of the service model. From IBM, Oracle, Hewlett-Packard and Salesforce , to start-ups like Ideal Analytics, Cloud Analytics is the latest trend in the delivery of enterprise analytics
Sangeeta May 15, 2015 No Comments
If you thought these words were interchangeable, then you’d be wrong. Yet, one comes across incorrect usage of these terms every day. As part of the Analytics community however, you are expected to know the fine difference. So let’s get going.
The etymology of ‘Analysis’
The word ‘analysis’ is derived from the Greek word ‘analusis<
Sangeeta Apr 27, 2015 No Comments
The weekend was taken over by the worst earthquake in the sub-continent in the last eight decades. Thousands of lives have been lost, scores injured and property worth millions destroyed. News of further losses pour in as the aftershocks continue to shake us all up.
Geologists and scientists have always been monitoring the occurrence and frequency of earthquakes to simulate models. As the pote