Big Data Tools and Solutions: The Myths and the Reality

moderator: Usama Fayyad, Oasis500
panelist: Richard Rovner, MathWorks, Inc.
panelist: Ingo Mierswa, Rapid-I GmbH
panelist: Dan Steinberg, Salford Systems
panelist: Udo Sglavo, SAS Institute Inc.
published: Sept. 5, 2016,   recorded: August 2016,   views: 1730

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The panel is intended to address a fundamental issue - What roles are the commercial data mining tools having in enabling Data Science?

In a world, where most new Data Science is utilizing open source R as the primary tools library, and where in large enterprises analysis efforts are heavily reliant on established classical tools like SAS and MathWorks/MatLab, a question poses itself: Have there been recent changes or successes enabled by new tools? Are tools essential? Do we have the right tools for the modern #BigData world?

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