ENTRIES TAGGED "data products"
Early responses from our investigation into data-driven journalism had an international flavor.
Justin Arenstein is building the capacity of African media to practice data-driven journalism.
The biggest threat that a data-driven world presents is an ethical one.
Data and context are always linked, data outputs beyond visualizations, state of the computer book market.
This week on O'Reilly: Mike Loukides explained why problems arise when data is taken out of social contexts, Robbie Allen looked at six ways insight can be extracted from datasets, and Mike Hendrickson analyzed the current state of the computer book market.
The data that drives products is shifting from overt to covert.
The real changes in our lives will come from products that have the richness of data without calling attention to the data.
A workshop shows early signs of climate scientists and data scientists coming together.
Climate cycles, machine learning and improved models were all part of the discussions at the first New York Academy of Sciences Workshop on Climate Informatics.
Rovio mines data to improve Angry Birds, HP bets on big data, Daily Dot parses the social web for stories.
Rovio, the company behind Angry Birds, is using data and analytics to keep bird-launching gamers plugged in. Also, HP's acquisition of Autonomy reveals its data intentions, and the Daily Dot finds stories with an assist from data journalism.
Opera Solutions' Arnab Gupta says human plus machine always trumps human vs machine.
Managing data and extracting meaning require new approaches, new education, and even a new language. Opera Solutions CEO Arnab Gupta discusses each of these areas in the following interview.
DataSift lands funding, popping the hood on Google Plus, data products for education
In the latest Strata Week: DataSift's access to the Twitter firehose proves compelling for investors, the inner workings of Google Plus are revealed, and contestants crank out apps for education.
An update on how a data layer will be added to the Web 2.0 Points of Control map.
How do you visualize the size, strength and limitations of data-centric companies? That's the tricky issue being tackled by the new Web 2.0 Summit Points of Control map.