‘The “data dilemma” is what to do with the data,” as was noted at #LBF16’s seminar in the final hours of the fair.
If the digital revolution has had one consequence, it means you need to make your books easily available and discoverable everywhere, always…but how?
Alejandro Piscitelli argues that machine driven book analytics is a practical tool to help society deal with the exponential increase in book publications.
A panel at Digital Book World last week offered several insights on how ebook platforms are analyzing user data and what they have discovered.
Context is everything when it comes to analyzing data, says Hilary Mason. Are you selling a million copies of a book, or one copy of a million books?
The key to reader analytics in the newsroom at the New York Times is asking the right questions, says James Robinson.
At the Frankfurt Book Fair’s CONTEC conference, Viktor Mayer-Schönberger spoke about how big data can revolutionize publishers’ products, services and insights.
Oxford University professor Viktor Mayer-Schönberger offers a preview of his presentation on Big Data in Publishing, which he will deliver at the Frankfurt Book Fair’s CONTEC conference on October 7.
The Stanford Literary Lab, which uses big data to analyze novels and literature, now believes that data mining has potential to change the way we approach reading.