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KDnuggets Awards Us Gold For Post On 4 Types Of Data Analytics

July 20, 2017 at 3:25 PM

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A while back we published what we thought was a very informative blog post on the 4 types of data analytics. Our friends at KDnuggets - the industry's leading knowledge portal on Data Analytics and Machine Learning - re-posted our piece on their site last week and - lo and behold - it became the most read and most shared post on their site that week - over 2,300 reads and 8,500 shares on social media in less than a week.

So, in case you missed it the first time we published it, read our post on the 4 Types of Data Analytics and see what everyone is tweeting about.

KDNuggets is the industry’s leading Data Analytics and Machine Learning site with over:

  • 400,000 unique monthly visitors,
  • 150,0000 newsletter subscribers,
  • 88,000 Twitter followers,
  • 27,000 LinkedIn followers,
  • 20,000 Facebook followers

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