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IBI in less than 10 minutes

As promised to my friends, here is the shorter version of the IBI video

IBI webinar video

The IBI webinar video streamed live on 8th September, 2017 is here

IBI webinar preparation and invite

How many ideas? How many of them materialized? How many happy days? How many dreams? and many more questions like these. Individual Business Intelligence (IBI) answers (or at least tries to answer) all of these with real data. In preparation for tomorrow's free webinar on IBI , I started carrying out some basic data analysis and visualization  on the  6+ months data (own and self accumulated data). While sharing of results is not required I have still shared it to give an idea about possibilities. Some results are published here in the IBI forum . Those interested to know more about IndividualBI please join the live webinar tomorrow (refer PublicBI for details on webinar ). Searching for full article about IBI?  see IBI

IBI webinar invite

Posted in Linkedin ( Sep 2017) as part of the invite for the IBI webinar. Based on the current trend in #data accumulation and usage of data, it looks like the day is not far when 1) There will be state and central ministers for data like we have ministers for coal, petroleum etc.  Data is an important asset not just for commercial businesses but  for a nation too. Does any country already have this (not talking about statistics department)? 2) Companies  will be taxed based on the amount of data accumulated. And companies will add data in the assets column in the balance sheet. Any company already adds data as an asset in the balance sheet? 3) Rich kid or poor kid is determined by the amount of high quality data the kid inherits from his/her parents. 4) Self-reflection is done with consciously captured own data. For the first 2 points I have nothing more to add at the moment. If you are interested in the 3rd and 4th point then join my public webinar on "

Why big data is actually small?

Posted an article with full details in Linkedin see Why big data is actually small? "Compared to the Universe anything and everything is very small" , wait I am definitely not going to use that line as a supporting point to present my point of view on why the so-called big data (#bigdata) is actually small. It's just a reminder of the fact that me, you, us, planet earth and this whole solar system is so tiny compared to the Universe and we shouldn't be making things look bigger than it really is . To say in other words we shouldn't be giving something more importance than it actually deserves. For those, who don't have the time (10 minutes) or patience to read the whole article, the reality and the gist is, big data is just a subset of data , a subset cannot be bigger or larger than the whole. No matter how big or large or complex big data is, it has to be smaller, less complex than data. Data is an asset , one of the most important asset in

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