• Literacy in India Sixty Years After Independence – Some Interesting Observations

    December 28, 2014

    India is home for about 1/6th of the world’s population and as such, all measures of quality of life namely life expectancy, infant mortality, literacy, per capita income, nutrition, etc. are of paramount importance in today’s globalized economy. A ... Read More
  • Conclusion from Jharkhand: BJP Should be Seriously Concerned

    December 27, 2014

    In the recently concluded Assembly Elections in Jharkhand, it was widely expected that the BJP will win in Jharkhand hands down and many pundits had called it a ‘no-contest’. However, the BJP could barely manage to win a simple ... Read More
  • Analytically Yours

    December 27, 2014

    I finally decided to write my own blogs. A number of friends, colleagues and well-wishers have been requesting me to write blogs related to the application of analytics. We all know that in today’s world, analytics and its application ... Read More
  • DB Lytix v1.0.1 Release

    September 16, 2014

    Charlotte, N.C. – September 10, 2014: We are excited to announce the much-anticipated release of Fuzzy Logix DB Lytix v1.0.1 In- Database Analytics Suite on Teradata Data Warehouse Platforms from Teradata (NYSE: TDC). With the installation of this release, organizations will be ... Read More
  • Data Science and Speed

    August 26, 2014

    I have worked in big data, data engineering, and math for more than a decade. Over the course of my career I have spoken with hundreds of companies, across all sorts of industries, all over the globe. Lately, I have ... Read More
  • 1 Weird Trick to Speed Up Your Analytics

    June 12, 2014

    Something I end up talking and thinking about a lot is the performance of production analytics and predictions, at scale. A lot of data scientists and statisticians focus on improving their statistical techniques.  They think if they can just write a ... Read More
  • The Voters, Polls and Opinion Polls: Numbers Don’t Lie(Part IV) – Our Interactive Web Based Forecasting Tool for the Indian Elections

    May 2, 2014

    It has been about two weeks that I have written the last blog in this series. Those of you who have seen the YouTube edition of my blogs know that I used an interactive tool for performing what-if analysis. After ... Read More
  • Techgoss Covers Fuzzy Logix Election Prediction Tool

    May 1, 2014

    Many organizations conduct opinion polls and predict the outcome of elections. However, the outcome of these polls is not interactive in nature. Fuzzy Logix has launched a website where users can not only view the predictions for the Indian Elections based on ... Read More