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Workshop on Watson Analytics
Wednesday, December 2, noon-2pm, Location TBA
From: Stan Altman, School of Public Affairs
On December 2, 2015 an IBM representative will hold a workshop on Watson Analytics for working with large structured datasets. The workshop will be held from 12 pm -2:00 pm with the exact location on campus yet to be determined.
The seating is limited to 25. If you are interested in attending the Workshop on Watson Analytics please let me know by sending an email to my assistant, Ms. Jonelle Griffen Jonelle.firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at extension 6720. The Workshop is jointly sponsored by the School of Public Affairs And The Center For Teaching And Learning.
What is Watson Analytics
All-in-One Tool: This is unlike anything out in the Academic marketplace. While it's not intended to replace deep traditional analytical tools taught in school like SPSS or SAS, it's a good way to introduce predictive analytics to students and non-analyst type students. It puts analytical skills in the hands of students beyond the traditional analytics degree programs.
With Watson Analytics, you can:
- Use natural language processing to explore your data by choosing a question provided to you or typing one in English and getting answers.
- Quickly assemble key insights as visualizations or infographics and turn them into powerful stories that elegantly and effectively communicate your points.
- Explore data and insights to the maximum by getting insights into the insights and using predictive and cognitive analytics capabilities to discover the drivers that matter most and much more.
- Analyze Twitter data to understand social sentiment and spot external trends that could affect your field.
Baruch College audience that might be interested
- Decision Sciences
- Financial Engineering
- Information Systems
- Computer Science/Statistics
- Human Resources
- School of Public Affairs
- Any department, Institute, Center or faculty whose research interests include:
- Data Mining
- Data visualization
- Human Computer Interaction/Cognitive Learning
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