All articles by Indra Giri

Preferred big data software used by different organisations

Big data software and big data has been a buzzword in the computing era for over a decade now. It is a term used for large and complex data sets which is difficult to be processed and analysed by traditional data processing software. These large data sets can be structured or unstructured. The data comes from various sources such as:

  • social media,
  • scientific applications,
  • sensors, surveillance,
  • video and image archives.

These large data sets are analysed to find hidden patterns, relations between pieces of data, market trends or other information. But, in the end, it is not about the amount of data, it is about what the organization does with the data (Boyd & Crawford, 2011).

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Impact of demonetisation on the real estate sector of India

The real estate market has been undergoing changes due to recent policies of the government and other initiatives. The move of demonetisation which involved currency ban was initiated by the current Government. With the introduction of demonetisation, the real estate sector was shaken up due to high involvement of cash transactions. According to Singh (2016), 35-40% of the money which was exchanged in black for selling and buying of pre-owned houses in Delhi NCR region has been curbed due to demonetisation. This will lead to unsold inventory of residential and commercial premises, increasing the drag on other sectors such as financial, steel, etc.

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Format your article before you submit it to Knowledge Tank

Follow these points to format your article before you submit it to Knowledge Tank. Read more »

Interpreting multivariate analysis with more than one dependent variable

In continuation to my previous article, the results of multivariate analysis with more than one dependent variable has been discussed in this article. Read more »

Multivariate analysis with more than on one dependent variable

The normal linear regression analysis and the ANOVA test are only able to take one dependent variable at a time. So one cannot measure the true effect if there are multiple dependent variables. In such cases multivariate analysis can be used. Thus, multivariate analysis (MANOVA) is done when the researcher needs to analyze the impact on more than one dependent variable. Read more »

Important roles played by the European Union during the economic turmoils

The European Union (EU) is an economic unit envisaging the social, political and economic interests of its member nations, in a way that it benefits all on a common ground. The historic formation of the European Union dates back to the times when the world was experiencing the thrust of political and economic instability. This includes the First and Second World Wars. The integration process of the European sub-continent had started gradually in the aftermath of the Second World War in 1945 following the demands of its member states.

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Non linear regression analysis in STATA and its interpretation

In the previous article on Linear Regression using STATA, a simple linear regression model was used to test the hypothesis. However the linear regression will not be effective if the relation between the dependent and independent variable is non linear. The non linear regression is used more in the real life as compared to the linear regression. Read more »

Understanding the consumer profile of Uttar Pradesh

After the demonetization, the deposits in bank accounts have increased rapidly. The amount of deposits in Uttar Pradesh has been one of the highest in India.

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