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Aditya Parameswaran
Aditya Parameswaran

Visual Data Exploration: A Fertile Ground for Data Management Research

Analytics, data exploration, Databases No Comment

Information visualization is an essential tool in the arsenal of a data scientist: visualizations help identify trends and patterns, spot outliers and anomalies, and verify hypotheses. Moreover, visualizations are visceral and intuitive: they tell us stories about our data; they educate, delight, inform, enthrall, amaze, and clarify. This has led to the overwhelming popularity of […]

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Melanie Herschel and Yannis Velegrakis
Melanie Herschel and Yannis Velegrakis

On Data Exploration in the era of Big Data

Big Data, data exploration, Interview

We are witnessing data of unprecedented volume, variety and velocity. Such data is collected from almost every aspect of human activity and stored in large repositories in order to be later analyzed and turned into useful insights. The storage model is not any more the one in which data is placed in predefined structures with […]

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Jignesh Patel
Jignesh Patel

The data chatbots are coming

Big Data, data exploration, Databots

The big data era (now more than a decade old) ushered in dramatic shift in mentality whereby enterprises increased their appetite for making “data-driven” decisions. To a large extent, most enterprises have gotten very good at collecting data. Now, the next big challenge is to unlock non-trivial insights that are hidden in that data. There […]

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Letizia Tanca
Letizia Tanca

Wisdom: a “double V” for Big Data

Analytics, Big Data, data exploration

Some months ago, I found an exciting piece of news on the Web: a top manager proclaimed [1]: “If the most important thing you offer is data, you are in trouble. (….) Algorithms is where the real value lies. Algorithms define action.” How interesting! It seems to suggest that everybody, including computer scientists and in […]

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K. Selcuk Candan
K. Selcuk Candan

Exploratory search: New name for an old hat?

data exploration

Exploratory search has gained prominence in recent years. There is an increased interest from several scientific communities, from the information retrieval and database to human-computer interaction and visualization communities, in moving beyond the traditional query-browse-refine model supported by web search engines and database systems alike, and towards support for human intelligence amplification and information understanding. […]

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