Don’t use your data this way

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Last week, I wrote a post titled Big Data Starts with Data Management. In that post, I wrote: Starting with data management will help mitigate these risks since a good data management approach allows organizations to keep data quality in mind from the beginning of a big data project. Data management is a key aspect […]

A look at Twitter messages in 2012 mentioning $SPY and S&P500 Symbols

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Cross Posted at TradeTheSentiment.com While working up my data analysis chapter of my dissertation, I came across some interesting tidbits of information and thought I’d share. Nothing here is earth-shattering and there’s not much I (or you) can do with this…but I thought it interesting and hope someone else out there does too. I’ve shared […]

Always Learning. Or: my attempt to improve my (horrid) programming habits

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I’m the worlds worst developer. Really. I am. I don’t follow best practices and my coding style is the oft-chided “brute force” method. I owe (blame?) my coding style on the fact that the first language I learned was FORTRAN 77 and then quickly I picked up C.  Then…I spent 3 years teaching FORTRAN 77 […]

Context and Data

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A few weeks ago I wrote about Big Data and Small Business. From that post, I wrote: As its defined, big data might be too big for small business, but the concepts behind big data – identifying, collecting, analyzing and using data – aren’t too big. Anyone can use do four steps regardless of business size and […]

A quick analysis of the #CIO Twitter Stream – Twitter Quality vs Quantity?

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As I mentioned a few weeks ago, I’ve been capturing and analyzing the #CIO twitter stream. I’m interested in the CIO topic, have the capabilities to do the work and there are some really interesting aspects to twitter users and messages that I’m enjoying studying…so I chose this particular topic to take a more detailed […]

#CIO Twitter Stream Content Visualization

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On Monday July 16, I started saving all tweets with the hashtag “#CIO” using twitter’s API. I’m using the same collection/storage script that I’m using for my Twitter Sentiment for Investing Decisions research and just added another keyword term to store. Since I have the ability to capture,store and analyze twitter data, I thought I’d […]