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June 2013 By Terence Kawaja of LUMA PartnersAt LUMA Partners' annual Digital Media Summit, we presented the State of the State which looks at Markets and Trends in digital media.

By Terence Kawaja of LUMA Partners, "This presentation discusses the opportunity posed by the "science-ification of media" where large quantities of consumer data are utilized to target and optimize everything from advertising to content which I posit will have broad and profound implications."

Throughout the history of science, diagrams and graphs have been essential thinking tools.  In the past, such visualizations were drawn with pen on paper, and could embrace the directness, freedom, and expressiveness of hand drawing.  Most modern visualizations are programmed instead, where a single description can dynamically generate a unique picture for any dataset. This talk presents a tool for drawing dynamic pictures -- creating data-driven visualizations, like D3, but via direct manipulation of the picture itself, like Illustrator.

JUNE 13, 2013 BY MATT TURCK: The May edition of Data Driven NYC (f/k/a NYC Data Business Meetup) featured some of the coolest kids of the Data Science world, in NYC and beyond. Speakers: Cathy O'Neil, Senior Data Scientist at Johnson Research Labs, Claudia Perlich, Chief Scientist at M6D, Drew Conway, Scientist-in-Residence at IA Ventures, Chris Wiggins, Professor at Columbia University and co-founder of HackNY, Max Shron – Data strategy consultant and former data scientist at OkCupid.

By David Loshin   |  Data Informed - June 7, 2013   | An Introduction to Big Data Application Development & MapReduce. Editor’s note: This article is part of a series examining issues related to evaluating and implementing big data analytics in business.

IEEE's Steven Cherry writes, "I was surprised to learn there were 93,000 Data Scientists registered with Kaggle. The next obvious question is, How do I get myself in on the lucrative area of data science? As it happens, the trusty New York Times wrote about that back in April. Its premise was, universities offer courses in a hot new field, data science. Data science sure is hot. Is it new? Sort of."

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