Powering Your Digital Supply Chain: Learning from Structured & Unstructured Data

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bradleyworm   8/3/2017 6:10:32 AM

I believe that the use of large data will become more popular. It's really good opportunity to improve some goods or services or use them for your own needs. I work for a company that uses mobile operators data for social projects (for example, improving the work of public transport.) Statistics that we receive are invaluable and help to optimize routes. In addition, I'm working on a project that provides statistics homework help. This resource gives more information about this area.

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