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How We Prioritized Which Review Sites We Care About at HubSpot

HubSpot CEO Brian Halligan has said it many times: More businesses die each day from overeating than from starvation. They spread themselves across so many different priorities that it becomes impossible to gain major traction with any of them.
The same is true when it comes to managing customer reviews for your business.

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IDG Contributor Network: How analytics help justify the role of the CIO

Executive attitudes, application portfolios, and suppliers each affect the perception of the value that the CIO brings to the table.Initially, the CIO was a functional unit head, making promises of rapid delivery. Next, the role progressed to the CIO as a strategic partner that enabled business partner convergence. Subsequently, it advanced into a business visionary role that drove strategy.

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The Language of Data: Analyzing the State of the Union

Each president’s State of the Union address is an attempt to set the tone for his term in office — what are the administration’s goals, plans and promises? Those questions dominate the 24-hour news cycle around this yearly address to Congress.
Nearly 50 million people tuned in to watch President Obama’s first State of the Union address in 2010.

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Learning Day

At OpenAI, each Thursday is Learning Day: a day where employees have the option to self-study technical skills that will make them better at their job but which aren’t being learned from daily work. We’ve found that the biggest contributions at OpenAI come from cross-functional experts, so we either need to hire them or grow them here.

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Tutorial: Sentiment Analysis of Airlines Using the syuzhet Package and Twitter

In my last job, I was a frequent flyer. Each week I flew between 2 or 3 countries, briefly returning for 24 hours on the weekend to get a change of clothes. My favourite airlines were Cathay Pacific, Emirates and Singapore Air. Now, unless you have been living in a cave, you’d be well aware of the recent news story of how United Airlines removed David Dao from an aircraft.

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Learn a new pandas trick every day!

Every weekday, I share a new “pandas trick” on social media. Each trick takes only a minute to read, yet you’ll learn something new that will save you time and energy in the future!
Here’s my latest trick:
🐼🤹‍♂️ pandas trick #87:Problem: You have time series data that you want to aggregate by day, but you’re only interested in weekends.Solution:1.

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Chart of Accounts Domain in Master Data Management

A chart of accounts (COA) is a list of accounts used by an organization to define each class of items for which money is spent or received. It is used to organize the finances and segregate expenditures, revenue, assets, and liabilities to give everyone a better understanding of the financial health of the organization.
There are many different types of accounts.

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Cupid’s Lesser-Known Arrow

Cupid’s famous arrow causes people to fall blindly in love with each other. That can end happily ever after. Not so with his lesser known “immortal time bias” arrow! That one causes researchers to fall blindly in love with profoundly flawed results – and that never ends well.This type of time-dependent bias afflicts observational studies.

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