## Outlier Analyzes Raw Maritime Vessel Traffic Data

Are you suffering from too much raw data? An inconsumable amount of data is not just unwieldy, but can also put your operations at…

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Are you suffering from too much raw data? An inconsumable amount of data is not just unwieldy, but can also put your operations at…

This is part 5 of a 5 part series on Selecting Analytics Tools.

Today we’ll cover the last link on the analytics value chain: Analysis tools. This is the newest link in the value chain, only becoming…

This is part 9 of a 9 part series on Metric Component Analysis.

Yesterday we reviewed how to use Principal Component Analysis for dimension reduction, and in doing so identify the most important dimensions in some data…

This is part 8 of a 9 part series on Metric Component Analysis.

One of the most common approaches to dimension reduction is a technique known as Principal Component Analysis (PCA). Given a very large amount of…

This is part 7 of a 9 part series on Metric Component Analysis.

One of the biggest challenges of Component Analysis is that metrics can have so many components! For example, Revenue in the United States is…

This is part 6 of a 9 part series on Metric Component Analysis.

Last week we explored how breaking down metrics into components made it easy to find the drivers when our metrics changed. However, in every…

This is part 5 of a 9 part series on Metric Component Analysis.

This week we’ve covered how to break down various types of metrics, including sums, means and medians. You will, of course, have some metrics…

This is part 4 of a 9 part series on Metric Component Analysis.

The Case of the Disappearing Users Today we’ll investigate median metrics, which are more robust than mean metrics as they are less sensitive to…

This is part 3 of a 9 part series on Metric Component Analysis.

The Case of the Lower Conversions Today we’ll look at how to break down a more complex calculated metric, the mean, in The Case…