Norman Nie

Revolution Analytics

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Research Professor of Political Science at Stanford University and founder and CEO of Revolution Analytics, which develops software for the analysis of "big data"

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The Internet, social media and billions of cell phones are producing what scientists call "big data," information in such huge quantities that it might be useful for predicting…

Mining the Internet's 'Big Data' to Predict the Future

The Internet, social media and billions of cell phones are producing what scientists call "big data," information in such huge quantities that it might be useful for predicting…

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