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Big Data analytics predictions for 2014

Michele Chambers1:

In 2014, data analysts will be empowered through easy-to-use tool that leverage the insights of data scientists, by providing real-time forecasts and recommendations in their day-to-day business tools. Better analytics will make data analysis more effective, while automation frees up data scientists to focus on strategic initiatives and unlocking further value in corporate data stores.

Ease of use is a mega trend of the last few years. Those ignoring it, try to make up through different means. But as proved over and over again, usability wins even over usefulness and correctness.


  1. Michele Chambers: Chief Strategy Officer and VP Product Management at Revolution Analytics, the company behind R. 

Original title and link: Big Data analytics predictions for 2014 (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://blog.revolutionanalytics.com/2013/12/big-data-analytics-predictions-for-2014.html


Top 10 trends in Business Intelligence for 2014 from Tableau Software

The month of retrospectives is here. But even better, December is the month of predictions—the time when you need to carefully file links for later claim chowder.

Tableau Software’s predictionstrends for 2014:

  1. The end of data scientists.
  2. Cloud business intelligence goes mainstream.
  3. Big data finally goes to the sky.
  4. Agile business intelligence extends its lead.
  5. Predictive analytics, once the realm of advanced and specialized systems, will move into the mainstream.
  6. Embedded business intelligence begins to emerge in an attempt to put analytics in the path of everyday business activities.
  7. Storytelling becomes a priority.
  8. Mobile business intelligence becomes the primary experience for leading-edge organizations.
  9. Organizations begin to analyze social data in earnest.
  10. NoSQL is the new Hadoop.

I hope they don’t really mean the 1st one.

Original title and link: Top 10 trends in Business Intelligence for 2014 from Tableau Software (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.tableausoftware.com/about/blog/2013/12/top-10-trends-business-intelligence-2014-27275