CRISP-DM

3 Upcoming Analytics Webinars

Here are three excellent opportunities coming up in May to learn more about the value of predictive analytics and decision management. Putting Your Predictive Analytics to Work May 21, 2015, 11:00 AM EDT When it comes to getting the most from your analytics, your ROI is only as good as your implementation. With Dr. Tom Zougas, […]

The Value of Predictive Analytics and How Using Decision Modeling Helps You Succeed

May 27, 2015 10:00 am PDT, 1:00 pm EDT Register here. Successful predictive analytic projects follow a well-defined approach from requirements to modeling, implementation and deployment, embedding the analytic results in operational systems that improve business performance. In this live webinar, James Taylor, CEO and Principal Consultant at Decision Management Solutions and Matt Kitching, Senior […]

Upcoming Webinar – Framing Analytic Requirements with Decision Modeling

Complimentary Webinar April 2, 2015, 9:00 am PDT, 12:00 pm EDT Register here. One of the most important steps in a predictive analytic effort is correctly framing the problem a way that creates a shared understanding of the business problem across business, IT and analytics teams. Established analytic approaches such as CRISP-DM stress the importance of […]

Clearly defined objectives for predictive analytic projects

There was a great article in Predictive Analytics Times recently by my friend Dean Abbott – A Good Business Objective Beats a Good Algorithm. Dean, like me, talks about the importance of the “three legged stool” of business, analytics and IT. But it was the title that particularly struck me. As Dean says, it’s easy to […]

The role of decision requirements in the analytical life cycle

Earlier this week I posted on the value of decision requirements modeling in analytic projects when it comes to coping with some of the analytic skills shortages people face. But this is not the only reason to focus on decision requirements if you are focused on predictive analytics and data mining.  In fact decision requirements modeling […]