Tag Archives: big data analytics
This week I wrote a lot about air travel. Let’s conclude this study with an interesting statistics on how people spend time while on the plane. link So, 3% of time spent on shopping doesn’t look too impressive at first. This blog … Continue reading
OK, this is a very pretty picture. But, like I said before, it is hard to understand and to interpret. It cannot be easy to visualize world air traffic when, on average, there are 93,000 daily flights originating from about 9,000 airports … Continue reading
Interesting snapshots of US air traffic… Starting with Denver International Airport, everything looks orderly and under control. But keep zooming out…
This was interesting to me since I deal with IoT analytics. In my opinion, the two true differentiators are Edge analytics (when some high-velocity data is processed right near the sensors because cloud-based analytics is too slow and too expensive … Continue reading
A 12-minute film on data visualization and art becoming one. One issue with “data visualization and art becoming one” is that they truly serve very different purposes: The main purpose of art is, probably, to create emotions and to inspire. The … Continue reading
Deep learning is the fastest-growing field in artificial intelligence… But it is still missing from the Gartner’s 2016 hype cycle report on emerging technologies: Maybe, Gartner still includes “deep learning” into “machine learning” category, which is present in the chart?
One thing about big data visualization… it often looks like art.