Monthly Archives: August 2012

Most Americans Confused By Cloud Computing According to National Survey

Most Americans Confused By Cloud Computing According to National Survey

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Court Blocks E.P.A. Rule on Cross-State Pollution

Court Blocks E.P.A. Rule on Cross-State Pollution

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Court Upholds Rule on Nitrogen Dioxide Emissions

Court Upholds Rule on Nitrogen Dioxide Emissions

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Green: Will Emissions Disclosure Mean Investor Pressure on Polluters?

Green: Will Emissions Disclosure Mean Investor Pressure on Polluters?

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I.B.M. Mainframe Evolves to Serve the Digital World

I.B.M. Mainframe Evolves to Serve the Digital World

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Increasing the cost of data analysis

Jeff’s post about the deterministic statistical machine got me thinking a bit about the cost of data analysis. The cost of data analysis these day is in many ways going up. The data being collected are getting bigger and more … Continue reading

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Genes Now Tell Doctors Secrets They Can’t Utter

Genes Now Tell Doctors Secrets They Can’t Utter

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Active in Cloud, Amazon Reshapes Computing

Active in Cloud, Amazon Reshapes Computing

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A deterministic statistical machine

As Roger pointed out the most recent batch of Y Combinator startups included a bunch of data-focused companies. One of these companies, StatWing, is a web-based tool for data analysis that looks like an improvement on SPSS with more plain … Continue reading

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Sunday data/statistics link roundup (8/26/12)

First off, a quick apology for missing last week, and thanks to Augusto for noticing! On to the links: Unbelievably the BRCA gene patents were upheld by the lower court despite the Supreme Court coming down pretty unequivocally against patenting … Continue reading

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