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March 28, 2013


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"Lots of data does not necessarily equate to “Big Data”"

I think some companies still don't fully understand that. Collecting more data doesn't make it any more useful. "Big Data" doesn't have to be big in size in order to be big in value.

This is how survey sampling theory works. :)

It's apparent that the Big Data folks have never heard of Snedecor or Cochran.

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