Category Archives: Data Profiling

@IBM @nuriaoliver After #cdsEurope: #DeepThinking under the Bonnet of ‘Uncluttered Diagrams’ – comparing with @IBMWatson

I have called myself a ‘passionate and compulsory networker’, connecting ideas, people and computers long before the internet was born… In the age of Twitter and LinkedIn I have learned “Publish, don’t Send” from ‘white hacker’ James A Cattell and … Continue reading

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Doodling with @jaCattell to develop #SmartKnowledgeWikis for structured #openData for #openDefra in #openCulture style

James Arthur Cattell calls himself a ‘government hacker’. Typical for his age group, he did not only grow up with computers, but also learned to write code before he would have learned about Shakespeare. He is an ‘evangelist’ of #openDATA … Continue reading

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@techUK What’s the ‘big idea’ behind #BigData?

“Bigger is better” has long been an ‘unconscious [gender] bias’. But I complemented Small is Beautiful with Micro is Powerful and Nano is Wonderful, ever since I saw what my re-visualisation of images could reveal. Thanks to joining techUK, I could re-visit … Continue reading

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#DataAnalytics – where #science and #commerce meet: Big Business #DataProfiles as ‘3dM Diagrams’?

Nice venue, this ‘incubator space’ called Runway East. I had not expected it to be as ‘grand’. The first person I spoke with was Gabriel Hughes whose company is called Metageni – Creating Data Stories. I clearly was in my element! … Continue reading

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‘3dM Diagrams’ to See Data Profiles and Measure Data Qualities

This time I used my prototype for a grant application to the Department for Transport. Our hope was to build a ‘Smart Air Quality Portal‘ with their money. But it just contributed to the height of the pile of rejected … Continue reading

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PlumeLabs [Paris] @GoogleCampuses [London] produces: Tech vs Pollution – an exciting event of promise and hope

Let’s Beat Pollution – an event co-sponsored by PlumeLabs – based in Paris – and the New Cities Foundation. The host Romain Lacombe, CEO of PlumeLabs talked about: Global Pandemic – 9,400 deaths per year in London In Paris: everybody loses 6 … Continue reading

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LEAN, CLEAN, SIMPLE, SOCIAL SYSTEMS: the Guide to Frugal Innovations

Charles Leadbeater @ http://www.charlesleadbeater.net was an interesting inspiration at NESTA where he was in conversation with Geoff Mulgan, NESTA’s director. As his latest book The Frugal Innovator has recently appeared, his 58 slides commented on the essence of innovation as he … Continue reading

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NUCLEAR Data Measurement and Evaluation – a Showcase Event @ the Institute of Physics

What a day to mark my birthday: remembering  my CERN past all the time as speakers presented their work. Everybody on Facebook sent me their birthday wishes. Mine would be definitely be to see my software lenses in operation! Nuclear data … Continue reading

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FROM the Impossible to the Imaginable: ‘Data Profiling’ Big Business and Very Big Science Data

Profiling Big Data for Business[1] and Very Big Data for Science[2] Peaks, Troughs and Averages – independent of Application and Scale – in new Depth, Detail and Perspective       Vertical Data Layers along a ‘visual z-axis’ Profiling Data … Continue reading

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