Playlists for Analysis

At our recent User Conference, I had a really interesting conversation with some of our customers about listening to music at work which got me thinking about the types of music that people listen to in the office.  I know that different music works for different...

#RIUC13

For those of you who weren’t able to attend the 2013 Rapid Insight User Conference, we set a new record for most attendees and largest number of customer presentations. With two full days of dual track programming, the presenters covered a lot of ground. While we wait...

Data Scientists: The Next Generation

As I’m sure you all have noticed, the data business is booming right now. (Are you tired of the term “big data” yet?) The fact that 90% of the data in world today has been created in the last two years is a great example of the growth trajectory of data. All of this...

Campaign Pyramids: Brick by Brick

Recently, I got to chat with Chelsea Drake and James Dye, who are both Data Analysts at the College of William & Mary, about the work they’ve been doing on campaign pyramids. For a more in-depth look at the functions that their campaign pyramids serve, and...

Bookworming

Looking for a book to read this summer? We’re proud to present our second annual list of Rapid Insight staff-recommended books for your perusal:   Walden by Henry David Thoreau (Mike Laracy, CEO) When I first read this I started highlighting all of the sentences...

Q&A: Admissions Modeling

In preparation for his presentation at the Rapid Insight User Conference, I got the chance to sit down with John Keyser to ask him a few questions about admissions modeling. It seems like law schools have really taken an interest in predictive modeling lately. Is this...
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