Profile of Bryan BeverlyStatistician, Bureau of Labor Statistics
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Articles by Bryan Beverly
If you are creating an analytics system, make sure you you pay attention to these four words -- Creative, Responsive, Adaptable, and Productivity.
Are you just getting started with your data analytics career, are you in the zone, or is it time for you to reevaluate what's next. Take this quiz to find out.
When you need to make estimates your next project, give these 3 analytics tools a try.
Are you getting ready to spend all the money left in your budget so that you don't end up with a smaller budget for 2018? Is that the right way to do things?
Phenomenological researchers say "capta" is the "data of the conscious experience." Is there room for this kind of data in analytics? How should analytics pros use it?
If you are looking for data quality, should you rely on professionals or passionate amateurs? Here are the pros and cons.
You use analytics in your career, but do you also apply the same principles and tools to your personal life?
This Simple, old school fraud detection tool for data can help weed out problems in a number of different scenarios.
The lingo or jargon you use in analytics or IT or business management is part of what makes you part of a culture. Here's a deeper look at the reasons why we use jargon.
Why has the crime rate shifted IN Baltimore? A visual analytics video tells the story.
What happens when an algorithm designed for good gets used for illegal purposes? Technology designed TO fix a problem can ultimately lead to negative consequences.
If we observe competing truth claims in analytic methods, tools or work products, then are the truths absolute or relative?
Is your manager a help or a hindrance when it comes to your analytics work and initiatives?
When it comes to life-or-death decisions about critical care for a loved one, would you trust predictive analytics software to decide how much care IS warranted?
Monster hunters may have spent years hunting for Big Foot, and unicorns may be popular ideas in fairy tales. But like data privacy, they don't really exist. Data protection is what we have instead.
When governments make decisions,sometimes the value of a human life comes down to a formula, VSL.
The analytics concepts used in business also have a place in the operation of a church, although the results of any analysis could lead to calls to either hail OR nail the leaders.
Some Dilbert observations raise questions about who might be a data snob. Take the test.
The jury may be out on the value of status reports, but while you wait for a verdict, think about how we learn or don't learn how to write those reports.
Consider this: Is knowledge in your organization created by technology or by the people associated with the organization? Bryan Beverly kicks off the discussion.
Bryan Beverly asks how we should view big data, and whether it is an ultimate truth. He proposes a three-question test to see how big data fits into your organization.
Analytics pros need to understand their company dynamics when it comes to compensation and survival. Yes, there are ways to avoid being the slowest gazelle in the herd.