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    of us were introverted and preferred to work individually first and combine our thoughts together later. Therefore, I helped my teammates to allocate individual tasks to each one of us. This allocation helped every team member to know what part of the project that they should be responsible for in the beginning of the project. Then, during the project, I searched more than ten research articles and journals about history and origins of big data. This helped…

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    Dashboard Evaluation

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    This report identify a dashboard product available for sale and perform a pre-purchase evaluation on the product. If possible, download a trial version and experiment with a data set. Demonstrate how it works, how it is installed, how well it follows best practices. Performed a high level evaluation using assessment tools distribute in class. II. Product description To find a property dashboard product, I searched Business Intelligence Dashboard Software rank in Software Advice…

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    Big Data

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    Big data has transformed into an important element in establishing growth for any business. The term is used to describe a crucial and massive volume of data to be processed by any software technique. It can also be referred to as a hi-tech tool used to handle large amounts of data. Big data is imperative to a business as it produces a more accurate analysis due to the large amounts of data. Consequently, users can make better decisions that can be helpful in reducing risks and greater…

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    Population Analysis Paper

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    The United States Census Bureau provides users with data about the nation’s economy, people, and revenue. Every 10 years, they collect data through surveys of households and businesses in which they are able to determine the U.S population estimates, and age distribution. Additionally, users can filter the dataset by age, gender, and ethnicity which allows them to determine the attributes that impact a certain group’s population. The Population in the U.S. dataset looks into the breakdown of a…

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    INFO 200 Reflection Essay

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    I feel that taking up INFO 200 was one of the best decisions I have ever taken at the University Of Washington. It has opened a whole new perspective of looking at things for me. Previously any new technological discoveries or advances used to make me compute in my mind about the things used to create it, the data structures and the language that goes into making it, etc. However, after taking up this class my perspective has shifted to things like the design issues, the flaws with the user…

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    Define and describe the three stages of Design Psychology 1) The first stage, low-level property extraction. This stage consists of detection of shape, spatial attributes, orientation, color, texture, movement and often called “preattentive” processing. Important characteristics of Stage 1 processing include: • Rapid parallel processing • Extraction of features, orientation, color, texture, and movement patterns • Transitory nature of information, which is briefly held in an iconic store •…

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    ISTE Standards

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    and have everything ready so the product will be created smoothly. e Data Inventory artifact, developed in ITEC 7305 Data Analysis and School Improvement, demonstrates my mastery of standard 2.7. The artifact helped me develop the ability to model and facilitate appropriate and effective use of diagnostic, formative, and summative assessments to measure student learning and technology literacy, including the use of digital assessment tools and…

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    “used attributively for objects, such as data and documents, that are referred to as “information” because they are regarded as being informative.” He then proceeds to add that information-as-thing is something that is tangible and can include data, text, film, and anything that provides one knowledge. I agree with this statement in that I’ve used various types of sources as information ranging from magazines to books to film. Buckland then later explains that almost anything can be used as…

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    Presence of big data is a very common phenomenon now days, specially when talking about medium to large size corporation. The term Big Data is often described as vast numbers of data that can be traced, validated, gathered, cached, reengineered, interpreted and also studied. (Manyika, 2011) To clarify they suggested that big data refers to data, whose size makes it impossible to be processed by the typical software used for database management. Also researchers defined big data in terms of its…

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    argue from both sides, include research data to support them, and then conclude them with a winning argument. My collection of persuasive writing demonstrates that I succeeded at the data, logic, argument, and other aspects of each paper. Now, I am able to collect, interpret, and use the data to fit my argument while guiding the essay smoothly toward the intended prompt. I have two strengths that assisted me in succeeding in the data aspect of each paper. The first is my ability to research and…

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