Posts Tagged ‘cluster analysis’

Making Your Data Hot: Heatmaps for the Display of Large Tables

Posted by Tim BockMonday, June 12, 2017, 6:00 am No Comments
A heatmap, which replaces the numbers with colors or shades proportional to the numbers in the cell, is a lot easier than a table for our brains to digest.
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An Analytics Tookit

Posted by Kevin GrayMonday, March 14, 2016, 6:15 am 5 Comments
Kevin Gray explains the use of many of the various analytical tools available for researchers and data scientists to ply their trade.
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Why Survey?

Posted by Kevin GrayFriday, June 28, 2013, 9:23 am 18 Comments
Survey research has been declared dead before, yet it is still with us. In the '90s, for example, plummeting response rates were often portrayed as the death knell for survey research. Recently Big Data, Social Media and Biometrics are viewed by some as a grave threat to its survival. But has its death been exaggerated once more? Are traditional survey data utilized to their fullest? Are the New Data in reality an opportunity for survey research?
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