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With so much news and focus on AI and machine learning, why is there such a big discrepancy between analytic organizations and their ability to evolve and embrace emerging technologies? Reality is that a business can’t successfully make the shift to a whole new way of operating if they don't have a solid foundation to build off. Learn how you can confidently embrace AI and machine learning.
We are proud to announce that Alteryx Promote is now generally available. Alteryx Promote allows data scientists and analytics teams to build, manage and deploy predictive models to production faster — and more reliably — without writing any custom deployment code.
For the first time, Alteryx was named a “Challenger” in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Science Platforms. This blog give the Alteryx perspective on the analytics market and our thought this great achievement.
In this final post on the 2016 Presidential Election app, I’ll introduce the ideas behind a fundamentals model, then present the county level fundamentals model we created to build the 2016 Presidential Electoral app , compare the ability of this model to predict county level results relative to the two-part model and an average of the predictions of the two models.
Accelerate. Transform. Collaborate. Employing these three key practices can help your organization speed up time to sales insight and reduce the amount of missed sales opportunities. Minimizing the amount of manual work that goes into the sales data preparation process can aid in driving higher ROI in your sales initiatives. Read on to find out more.
The 2016 election has ended and with the results we can now evaluate the accuracy of the predictions in our 2016 Presidential Electoral App. Read on to see how accurate our forecast was for each county, describe the comparison measures used, and how the model used within the predictive app stacked up against those measures.
Most people don’t think of Human Resources departments as a hotbed of innovation in analytics. But the HR team at BAE Systems has been developing dashboards that provide key analytics insights that drive their business. With use cases around compensation, flight risk and compliance, they are providing the insights to optimize the workforce at one of the world’s top 3 defense contractors.
For organizations large and small, there’s a lot to be learned from the way that presidential electoral campaign teams are evolving the way they us analytics in order to navigate the competitive landscape.