ENTRIES TAGGED "data tools"
In-memory data management brings data close to the computation.
Early responses from our investigation into data-driven journalism had an international flavor.
Michael Italia on making use of data collected in health care settings.
Michael Italia from Children's Hospital of Philadelphia discusses the tools and methods his team uses to manage health care data.
MetaLayer's Jonathan Gosier on data tools and the data divide.
MetaLayer's Jonathan Gosier talks about the need to democratize data tools because everyone has a big data problem.
The best data visualizations expose something new.
Effective data visualizations go beyond aesthetics; they also allow organizations to make quick and correct decisions from massive amounts of information.
Pete Warden on the upside of unstructured data.
Data scientists, it's time to welcome errors and uncertainty into your data projects. In this interview, Jetpac CTO Pete Warden discusses the advantages of unstructured data.
The Global Adaptation Index combines development indicators from 161 countries.
Speed, accessibility and open data have come together in the Global Adaptation Index, a new data browser that rates a given country's vulnerability to environmental shifts.
Lou Rosenfeld on the benefits of parsing and refining site search.
A gold mine is hiding in the data generated by website search engines, yet many site owners pay little attention to the analytics those engines yield. Author Lou Rosenfeld explains why site search is worth your time.
A new media startup tries to mine the social web for stories.
The newly launched Daily Dot is trying an experiment in community journalism, where the community is the Internet. To support their goal, they’re applying the lens of data journalism to the social web.
Twitter plans to open source its Hadoop-like data processing tool, Storm.
This week's data news includes Twitter's plans to open-source its Hadoop-like data processing tool and some of the various mapping and real-time data efforts tracking the London riots.