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Data Mining Myths

Abstract When taking new approaches to old problems it is not surprising that mistakes may be made. Understanding the approach to big data is necessary before embarking on such a project, which has been described as an art as much as it uses technical skills and science. Data mining cannot...

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Implications of Data Mining Use in Government Agencies

Open source data mining is an advanced computer tool that analyzes large sets of information from multiple sources and detects patterns, trends, and relationships within the data. Future situations and behaviors can then be predicted (Gooch, 2003, ¶ 3). Prior to the use of data mining, obtaining this data was...

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Data Collection

A brief description of how to identify secondary data sets. The difference between primary and secondary data depends on whether the research team collects a data set or simply analyzes it (Cambridge, 2013). If the data set is collected by a group of researchers and this team analyzed it on...

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Using Surveys to Collect Data

There are both advantages and disadvantages of survey research. Advantages include the relative ease with which data can be collected using this method, the decreased time it takes to develop this type of survey, cost effectiveness, the ability to administer remotely, lack of dependence on geography, ability to collect data...

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Repeat Incident Data

Repeat Incident Data is extremely effective in the analysis of crime, because it can provide insight into criminal patterns and trends, and assist law enforcement agencies in deterring and/or preventing such crime (Bureau of Judicial Statistics, n.d). To the extent that the crimes involve educating the public, say for instance,...

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Raster Data

Raster Data is a data model that is used in analyzing crime, in the context of a Geographic Information Systems or “GIS.” GIS systems are implemented for a variety of reasons, including their ability to create maps (Hendrix, 2000). These maps and the accompanying data, can assist in detecting crime...

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Structured And Unstructured Data

In the mid 1970s IBM computer scientist E.F. Codd developed the relational model for database management (RDBMS). In the early 1980s the relational model became the preferred model for database management. Although, network or hierarchical databases are sometimes used instead because they are viewed by some as being more user...

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How Can Big Data Be Used in Nursing Research?

Big data is the data that is available in healthcare as a result of electronic devices, the internet and EHRs, which have provided data that is beyond expectation. However, much of the data is unusable due to tailored EHRs which have been uniquely crafted to meet the needs of individual...

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Criminal Justice of Data Collection Systems

In the book titled Crime Analysis with Crime Mapping penned by Rachel Boba Santos, three different types of data analysis are outlined: the computer-aided dispatch system (CAD), the records management system (RMS) and the geographic data system (GDS). Of the three, I have found that the first, the computer-aided dispatch...

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Calls for Service Data

When studying crime problems, analysists look for data that is accurate and plentiful. While calls for service data is rich in detail and easily accessible, it should not be used to study crime because of inaccuracies that can be found in its crime types, times, and locations (Boba, 2005). When...

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The Role of the Leader in Evaluating Data to Improve Quality and Safety

Patient falls are correlated with an increase in negative outcomes including patient mortality, and yet there is evidence that falls and mortality have been increasing in recent decades (Johnson et al., 2011). The importance of data evaluation and interpretation to the continuous improvement of patient quality and safety cannot be...

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Data Collection for Family Therapy to Treat Conduct Disorders

In this study quantitative data will be captured in order to compare the use of various interventions for the treatment of conduct disorders in adolescents as a means of reducing incarceration rates. This will include collecting variables to define each subject’s characteristics, their treatment situations and the outcomes for that...

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Methods of Data Analysis

After collecting data, investigators adopts that are critical to the inspection, cleaning, transformation, and modeling, aiming at gaining insights into the trends of the data that help to infer conclusions. Various statistical software are applied to analyze data, but the methods of the analysis selected depend on the type of...

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Implementation of Bar Code Administration in an Emergency Department Setting: Tool and Procedure to Collect Data

The emergency does not have a bar code administration, and this project attempts to assess the need for such a system. In order to implement such a project a tool and procedures required which facilitates and supports a needs assessment. In this way, the bar code management system in the...

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Data Flow Diagrams

A data flow diagram, according to Chen (2009), is majorly used for providing a graphical representation of the flow of data via a system. It tends to portray the information that is exchanged by a system, as well as, the information passed from one external interface to the other. While...

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Health Information Management

Health information management (HIM) is an empirical exercise that involves obtaining, evaluating, and safeguarding traditional and computerized clinical data with the objective of offering quality patient care. (McWay, 2013). Acute care is a division of additional health care where a patient gets short-term albeit active treatment for a severe injury...

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Big Data Relative

The healthcare industry has many stakeholders that require a constant stream of knowledge on the ups and downs that are taking place within the industry. All of the knowledge that is accumulated is known as “big data”. Much of the information that makes up big data allows for stakeholders within...

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Database Theory

Why relationships are important in a databaseThe relationship is a critical factor and component of a database. A relationship establishes the link between the pair of tables, which are logically connected to one another. Each pair of tables is logically interrelated through the data contained in each of the tables....

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