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Data Crawling – Evolution and Its Uses

February 3, 2020Category : Blog

Last Updated on June 22, 2020 by TarunThe first web crawler was made by Brian Pinkerton from the University of Washington. It was created and launched on 24th April 1994. The crawler was first designed to extract data from different websites and relay that data back into a search engine. It was also designed to..

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Data Analysis Reveals the Spookiest City in the US

October 31, 2018Category : Blog

Last Updated on October 31, 2018 by PreetishTrick or treat? Yes, the time has come for all to dress up in Halloween costume, go trick-or-treating, and sit by the fireplace to discuss the horrific ghost stories that people have encountered since their childhood. That said, did you know that in the US, Halloween is the..

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Twitter Data Analysis for FIFA World Cup Final

July 26, 2018Category : Blog

Last Updated on July 26, 2018 by PreetishRecently the world started recovering from the FIFA World Cup football fever that ended with France emerging as the winner. Before moving further, let’s check out the context — the final match was contested by France and Croatia and played at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, Russia, on..

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Mining Emma Watson’s Tweets with R

February 2, 2018Category : Blog

Last Updated on February 2, 2018 by TarunThe Twitter stream of any person contains rich social data that can unveil a lot about that person. Since Twitter  data is public and the API is open for anyone to use, data mining techniques can be easily applied to find out everything from the timing patterns and..

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Analysis and Visualization of Amzon Echo Dot 2 Reviews

October 27, 2017Category : Blog

Last Updated on October 27, 2017 by PreetishAmazon Echo Dot, the hefty hockey puck of a device is a smart speaker which has been the best-selling Alexa device since its debut. It was also Amazon’s best-selling device during the 2016 holiday season apart from being the most popular item on Prime Day. The Dot’s value proposition..

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Big Data Could Mean the Death of Subjectivity

December 5, 2016Category : Blog

Last Updated on December 5, 2016 by Jacob KoshyWe still live in a world where majority of the decisions are made based on intuition and assumptions.  As a race, humanity has been doing just fine with them, but why be fine when we can be better? Big data is being talked about by everyone these..

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