Join Barton Poulson for an in-depth discussion in this video Does big data need all three?, part of Techniques and Concepts of Big Data.
- Now, the final question here is,…"Do you have to have all three V's-- volume, velocity,…and variety-- at once, or just one, to have Big Data?…It may be true that if you have all three V's at once,…then you have Big Data, but any one of them can be…too much for your standard approach to data.…And really, what Big Data means is…that you can't use your standard approach with it.…As a result, Big Data can present a number…of special challenges.…We'll be discussing those later, but first,…let's take a look at how Big Data is used…and some of the amazing things…that are already being accomplished by using Big Data…for research, for business, and even for the casual consumer.…
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- What makes big data "big"
- Understanding how big data impacts consumers, businesses, and research
- Exploring the intersection of data science and big data
- Facing big data's ethical challenges
- Understanding the sources and structures of big data
- Storing big data
- Prepping big data for analysis
Skill Level Beginner
What Is Big Data?
2. How Is Big Data used?
3. Big Data and Data Science
4. Ethics in Big Data
Challenges with anonymity5m 51s
5. Sources and Structures of Big Data
6. Storing Big Data
7. Preparing Data for Analysis
8. Big Data Analysis
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