Joe Miller recently completed the course, Data Mining, provided by the College of Engineering at Ohio State University. This course is one of four non-credit courses in the Certification in Practice of Data Analytics (CPDA) program. The course focused on introducing data mining fundamentals and algorithms, covering topics of distance/similarity measurement, anomaly detection, and association, classification, clustering and pattern algorithms.
Data is increasingly becoming more important for almost any type of business. Ginni Rometty, CEO of IBM, recently stated the following in an interview: “Most important, we believe that the basis of competitive advantage in the future will be data. As I’ve said before, data is the next natural resource” (“Don’t Try to Protect the Past,” Harvard Business Review, July-August 2017).
PCS helps businesses make intelligent use of technology. In that context, our team of professionals appreciate the opportunity to help in regards to a company’s data.