SAS Visual Data Mining and Machine Learning propels powerful self-learning analytics to produce insight that matters

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The relentless increase in computing power and the accumulation of big data over the years has sparked intense interest in machine learning and its associated techniques. The new SAS Visual Data Mining and Machine Learning software will feed this need for smarter analytics. Advanced analytics offer insight to businesses, but machine learning and deep learning algorithms take it deeper, revealing insights that were previously out of reach. For example, machine learning use can include facial recognition in security systems, speech recognition in customer service applications, accurate product recommendations in e-commerce, self-driving cars and medical diagnostics. "SAS Visual Data Mining and Machine Learning shatters barriers related to data volume and variety, limited analytical depth and computational bottlenecks.



Big data is the fourth industrial revolution

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Britain's manufacturing sector has just posted its strongest growth in over two years. Latest figures show that export orders have increased at their fastest rate since January 2014 and factories have also taken on more workers, with employment rising for the second consecutive month. However, the export benefits of a weakened pound will not last forever, and so, as the manufacturing sector continues to evolve, this year's FT Future of Manufacturing Summit looked at how big data analytics, advanced robotics, the Internet of Things (IoT) and additive manufacturing are shaping the economics of production and distribution within the sector. With the opportunities big data brings referred to as the Fourth Industrial Revolution in manufacturing, the estimated £57bn boost to the industry over the next five years will be driven by gains in efficiency through the use of big data analytics. The winners will be those who can adapt, embrace technologies and respond to new demands.


60 Free Books on Big Data, Data Science, Data Mining, Machine Learning, Python, R, and more

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Think Python: How to Think Like a Computer Scientist Allen Downey, 2012 Automate the Boring Stuff with Python: Practical Programming for Total Beginners [Buy on Amazon] Al Sweigart, 2015 Learn Python the Hard Way [Buy on Amazon] Zed A. Shaw, 2013


60 Free Books on Big Data, Data Science, Data Mining, Machine Learning, Python, R, and more

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Pulled from the web, here is a great collection of eBooks. While every single book in this list is provided for free, if you find any particularly helpful consider purchasing the printed version. The authors spent a great deal of time putting these resources together and I'm sure they would all appreciate the support! Well, there you have it. Thousands of e-pages to read through.