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Big data: technology and business challenges of big data in the digital economy

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Big data: big data for social science research

January 2018
by Mark Birkin

The tenets of good writing usually include the advice to keep sentences short. However a series of short sentences often gives less information than a well-crafted longer one. ...


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Big Data and the Attention Economy: Big Data (Ubiquity symposium)

December 2017
by Bernardo A. Huberman

The tenets of good writing usually include the advice to keep sentences short. However a series of short sentences often gives less information than a well-crafted longer one. ...