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Guest Blog: Data 2.0 Conference Report

Note: This post was written by Scott Nicholson, a Senior Data Scientist at LinkedIn. Scott is data and modeling geek with a passion for startups, product and user experience. His work at LinkedIn focuses on analyzing and improving user engagement and monetization. I’m happy to report back on my experience at the Data 2.0 conference, an […] → Read More: Guest Blog: Data 2.0 Conference Report

Guest Blog: Data 2.0 Conference Report

Note: This post was written by Scott Nicholson, a Senior Data Scientist at LinkedIn. Scott is data and modeling geek with a passion for startups, product and user experience. His work at LinkedIn focuses on analyzing and improving user engagement and monetization. I’m happy to report back on my experience at the Data 2.0 conference, an […] → Read More: Guest Blog: Data 2.0 Conference Report

Guest Blog: Data 2.0 Conference Report

Note: This post was written by Scott Nicholson, a Senior Data Scientist at LinkedIn. Scott is data and modeling geek with a passion for startups, product and user experience. His work at LinkedIn focuses on analyzing and improving user engagement and monetization. I’m happy to report back on my experience at the Data 2.0 conference, an […] → Read More: Guest Blog: Data 2.0 Conference Report

Guest Blog: Data 2.0 Conference Report

Note: This post was written by Scott Nicholson, a Senior Data Scientist at LinkedIn. Scott is data and modeling geek with a passion for startups, product and user experience. His work at LinkedIn focuses on analyzing and improving user engagement and monetization. I’m happy to report back on my experience at the Data 2.0 conference, an […] → Read More: Guest Blog: Data 2.0 Conference Report

Guest Blog: Data 2.0 Conference Report

Note: This post was written by Scott Nicholson, a Senior Data Scientist at LinkedIn. Scott is data and modeling geek with a passion for startups, product and user experience. His work at LinkedIn focuses on analyzing and improving user engagement and monetization. I’m happy to report back on my experience at the Data 2.0 conference, an […] → Read More: Guest Blog: Data 2.0 Conference Report

Guest Blog: Data 2.0 Conference Report

Note: This post was written by Scott Nicholson, a Senior Data Scientist at LinkedIn. Scott is data and modeling geek with a passion for startups, product and user experience. His work at LinkedIn focuses on analyzing and improving user engagement and monetization. I’m happy to report back on my experience at the Data 2.0 conference, an […] → Read More: Guest Blog: Data 2.0 Conference Report

Guest Blog: Data 2.0 Conference Report

Note: This post was written by Scott Nicholson, a Senior Data Scientist at LinkedIn. Scott is data and modeling geek with a passion for startups, product and user experience. His work at LinkedIn focuses on analyzing and improving user engagement and monetization. I’m happy to report back on my experience at the Data 2.0 conference, an […] → Read More: Guest Blog: Data 2.0 Conference Report

Guest Blog: Data 2.0 Conference Report

Note: This post was written by Scott Nicholson, a Senior Data Scientist at LinkedIn. Scott is data and modeling geek with a passion for startups, product and user experience. His work at LinkedIn focuses on analyzing and improving user engagement and monetization. I’m happy to report back on my experience at the Data 2.0 conference, an […] → Read More: Guest Blog: Data 2.0 Conference Report

Guest Blog: Data 2.0 Conference Report

Note: This post was written by Scott Nicholson, a Senior Data Scientist at LinkedIn. Scott is data and modeling geek with a passion for startups, product and user experience. His work at LinkedIn focuses on analyzing and improving user engagement and monetization. I’m happy to report back on my experience at the Data 2.0 conference, an […] → Read More: Guest Blog: Data 2.0 Conference Report

+1 is Explicit, but is not Relevance Feedback

A week or so ago, Google introduced it’s answer to the Facebook “Like”.  It is called “+1”.  Here is a quote from the official announcement: The +1 button is shorthand for “this is pretty cool” or “you should check this out.”  Click … Continue reading → Read More: +1 is Explicit, but is not Relevance Feedback