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2014 has been a landmark year for Big Data. The most spectacular example of this was the Hortonworks IPO – a success by any measure. As we look forward to 2015, it is clear that while big data technologies still have a long ways to go in terms of enterprise adoption, its ultimate adoption is […]

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Topological data analysis has been very successful in discovering information in many large and complex data sets. In this post, I would like to discuss the reasons why it is an effective methodology. One of the key messages around topological data analysis is that data has shape and the shape matters. Although it may appear […]

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  1. Centre for Proteomic Research, University of Southampton, UK. 2. NIHR Southampton Respiratory Biomedical Research Unit, Southampton University Hospital, UK. 3. Ayasdi Inc, USA. 4. Imperial College, London, UK. 5. Janssen R&D, UK  One of the great things about our collaboration program is seeing the impact in makes across a number of different industries. […]

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Operational efficiency is one of the critical issues facing the healthcare industry today.  You see it in the investments they are making, the increased role of the CFO in decision making, the concern over upcoming regulatory requirements and the emergence of a new class of data-driven executives.  It makes sense.  The industry wastes up to […]

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A hearty round of congratulations is due to Ayasdi’s CEO, Gurjeet Singh on making Silicon Valley Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 list for 2014.  Considering the caliber if the competition, it is an impressive acheivement – this isn’t Reno afterall, it is the global capital for innovation.  Perhaps more impressive is the fact that Gurjeet […]

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Studies have shown nearly a third of all healthcare expenditures are unnecessary. The same procedure can have dramatic differences in costs, even holding many inputs constant. Given that these higher costs don’t translate into better outcomes, it becomes imperative for hospitals to identify the causes of variation and determine ways to standardize care. Fortunately, with […]

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It is an odd title for a blog post but we have found in our discussions with customers that they increasingly think about their big data strategy in pieces: storage, analytics and presentation layer. The reason that big data is a three part harmony is that if any of the segments are not in tune, […]

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We have a team on the ground at Exponential Medicine this week and they have had plenty to cover at this superb conference. Like most conferences, themes emerge and we wanted to cover some of the discussions and place them in the context of Ayasdi Care, our software solution built expressly for the Provider and […]

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We have written about our partnership with Intel elsewhere on this blog, but it bears repeating that we feel fortunate to be able to put their processors through their paces in ways that few software companies can.   Our approach to complex data, Topological Data Analysis, makes us computationally hungry.  We view large, multi-dimensional data […]

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One aspect of our Collaboration program is that it has such an extraordinary capacity to better the human condition. Whether it is finding new sub-types of diabetes, helping the NFL understand concussions or working to understand Parkinson’s more completely, our partners are pushing us and our software in ways that matter. Our partnership with Sumall.org […]

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