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Predictive Analytics World, Feb 16-17 in San Francisco

The agenda for Predictive Analytics World – Feb. 16-17 2010 in San Francisco – has been posted:

February’s PAW covers hot topics and advanced methods such as social data, uplift modeling (net lift), text mining, massively parallel analytics, in-cloud deployment, and innovative applications that benefit organizations in new and creative ways.

Be sure to register by December 18 for the Super Early Bird to save $400 off the Regular Price:

And take an additional $50 off the Super Early Bird with discount code: LIN150

Below is some more info – let me know if you have any questions.

-Eric Siegel, Conference Chair


PAW-2010 includes 25 sessions across two tracks, so you can witness how predictive analytics is applied at 1-800-FLOWERS,, AT&T, BBC, Canadian Automobile Association, Charles Schwab, Continental Airlines, Deutsche Postbank, Google, Group RCI, IBM, PASSUR Aerospace, PayPal (eBay), Sun Microsystems, U.S. Army, Visa, Walmart Financial Services, and Younoodle, plus special examples from the U.S. government agencies CBP, NCMI, NGIC, NSA, and SSA.

Keynote speakers include Kim Larsen, Director Advanced Analytics at Charles Schwab, Andreas S. Weigend, Ph.D., Former Chief Scientist at, and Program Chair Eric Siegel, Ph.D., President of Prediction Impact and former Columbia University professor.

Predictive Analytics World is the business-focused event for predictive analytics professionals, managers and commercial practitioners, covering today’s commercial deployment of predictive analytics, across industries and across software vendors.

For more information, including three pre- and post-event workshops:

Author: Ajay Ohri

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