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Deokar / Gupta / Iyer / Jones

Analytics and Data Science

Advances in Research and Pedagogy

Buch. Softcover

1st ed. 2018. 2017

viii, 297 S. 47 s/w-Abbildungen, Bibliographien

In englischer Sprache

Springer. ISBN 978-3-319-58096-8

Format (B x L): 15,5 x 23,5 cm

Gewicht: 469 g

Das Werk ist Teil der Reihe: Annals of Information Systems; 21


Chapter 1. Exploring the Analytics Frontiers through Research and Pedagogy Amit V. Deokar, Ashish Gupta, Lakshmi Iyer, and Mary C. Jones  Chapter 2. Introduction: Research and Research-in-Progress Anna Sidorova, Babita Gupta, and Barbara Dinter  Chapter 3. Business Intelligence Capabilities Thiagarajan Ramakrishnan, Jiban Khuntia, Terence Saldanha, and Abhishek Kathuria  Chapter 4.Big Data Capabilities: An Organizational Information Processing Perspective ÖyküIsik  Chapter 5. Business Analytics Capabilities and Use: A Value Chain Perspective Rudolph T. Bedeley, TorupallabGhoshal, Lakshmi S. Iyer, and JoyenduBhadury  Chapter 6.Critical Value Factors in Business Intelligence Systems Implementations Paul P. Dooley, Yair Levy, Raymond A. Hackney, and James L. Parrish  Chapter 7. Business Intelligence Systems Use in Chinese Organizations Yutong Song, David Arnott, and ShijiaGao  Chapter 8. The Impact of Customer Reviews on Product Innovation: Empirical Evidence in Mobile Apps Zhilei Qiao, G. Alan Wang, Mi Zhou, and Weiguo Fan  Chapter 9. Whispering on Social Media Juheng Zhang  Chapter 10. Does Social Media Reflect Metropolitan Attractiveness? Behavioral Information from Twitter Activity in Urban Areas Johannes Bendler, Tobias Brandt, and Dirk Neumann  Chapter 11. The Competitive Landscape of Mobile Communications Industry in Canada – Predictive Analytic Modeling with Google Trends and Twitter Michal Szczech and OzgurTuretken  Chapter 12. Scale Development Using Twitter Data: Applying Contemporary Natural Language Processing Methods in IS Research David Agogo and Traci J. Hess  Chapter 13. Information Privacy on Online Social Networks: Illusion-in-Progress in the Age of Big Data? Shwadhin Sharma and Babita Gupta Chapter 14. Online Information Processing of Scent-Related Words and Implications for Decision Making Meng-Hsien (Jenny) Lin, Samantha N.N. Cross, William J. Jones, and Terry L. Childers  Chapter 15. Say It Right: IS Prototype to Enable Evidence-Based Communication Using Big Data Simon Alfano  Chapter 16. Introduction: Pedagogy in Analytics and Data Science Nicholas Evangelopoulos, Joseph W. Clark, and Sule Balkan  Chapter 17. Tools for Academic Business Intelligence & Analytics Teaching – Results of an Evaluation Christoph Kollwitz, Barbara Dinter, and Robert Krawatzeck  Chapter 18. Neural Net Tutorial Brian R. Huguenard, and Deborah J. Ballou  Chapter 19. An Examination of ERP Learning Outcomes: A Text Mining Approach Mary M. Dunaway  Chapter 20. Data Science for All: A University-Wide Course in Data Literacy David Schuff


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