Tag Archives: data analysis

Data Mining

Data mining is the processing of large quantities of data to glean useful insights and support decision-making. Descriptive techniques like generating graphical depictions or applying other methods allow users to identify patterns, trends, or clusters. Diagnostic techniques like decision trees … Continue reading

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Data Dictionary

Maintaining a dictionary of data items is a very good idea for engagements of sufficiently wide scope and involving enough participants. This greatly simplifies and clarifies communication and mutual understanding among all participants, and should fall out of the work … Continue reading

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BA Webinar Series 10: Business Analysis Overlaps with Other Practice Areas

Today I gave this webinar for the Tampa IIBA Lunch and Learn Series. The slides are here.

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BA Webinar Series 08: Data: How To Get It and How To Use It

Today I gave this webinar for the Tampa IIBA Lunch and Learn Series. The slides are here.

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Richard Frederick Lunch & Learn Webinar Series for Tampa IIBA

I got to know Richard Frederick when he gave a series of twenty lunchtime webinars for the Tampa chapter of the IIBA. In the interest of making his excellent material available as widely as possible, I am sharing, with his … Continue reading

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