Data Intelligence, Business Analytics
October 30, 2012
Dear AnalyticBridge Members,
To those of you in the US - especially along the Eastern Seaboard - my thoughts are analyzing weather patterns, not computer-based data, and hoping that none of you have been impacted by the storms. We have been fortunate here in Toronto, however, one person here was not so lucky.
Since life goes on, I wanted to invite you join my free market research and analytics business wiki to post - and receive updates on - research and analytics whitepapers, reports, press releases, books, blog posts, briefing notes, abstracts, and other resources. Below is the wiki link that contains instructions about how to join and contribute to the wiki for free: http://tumbleweedmarketinganalytics.com/market-research-and-analytics-wiki/market-research-and-analytics-wiki/
The market research and analytics wiki's purpose is to be a place where market research and analytics companies, professionals, academics, students, and, perhaps, even writers like me, may post and obtain market research and analytics reports, whitepapers, presentations, press releases, briefing notes, etc.. It's not meant to be a place with job postings, courses or event listings, but one in which hard market research and analytics results may be posted and referenced (in APA-style format) and shared with links back to it's online (if posted online) source or on which offline sources are properly cited.
So, if you have an interest in joining, please read about the wiki and how to obtain free access to the community.
I hope you all stay well as Mother Nature once again teaches North America - and the World - about how no amount of data about her can fully prepare us when she decides to unleash her power.
Thanks, and stay safe! Tom Wolfer