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A Marriage of Data Models: Atigeo Enhances Its Hybrid Analytics

Imagine data science could help an enterprise business predict the demand for products internally and at various suppliers, and then use this information to determine the right times to purchase specific products from specific suppliers. You can stop fantasizing because this technology exists; for five years, a company named ClearSight Systems—now retired—used science like this to help businesses minimize costs, better allocate supplies, and avoid penalties for unsatisfied demands.


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Programming XFrames by Shapes

XFrames can be thought of as rectangles, with a given number of rows and columns. We know the shape of our input dataset, and hopefully we can figure out the shape of our output also. How do we get from one to the other? It can be bewildering for a beginner, or even an experienced user, because there are so many different xFrames methods. Which ones should we use?


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Big Data's Elephant in the Room

Big Data’s incredible power to ingest all data at greater Volume, at greater Velocity, and with more Variety, renders even aggregated and de-identified data – the traditional privacy law metric for non-personal data – re-identifiable down to the personal level – to you and me. Thus the Big Data elephant in the room is its power to expose our personal data to the world, but in a manner that under today’s antiquated legal regimes may not violate any privacy laws. Not surprisingly then, Big Data’s elephant is, well, Big.


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"What are you working on?" - Jordan, Software Engineer

Atigeo builds on our current high-accuracy readmissions risk modeling by focusing on specific procedures and populations.


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Linsey Keitges

The people here at Atigeo are among the very best! I love being surrounded by such intelligent and hardworking people.


Linsey Keitges
Director of Human Resources

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