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Predictive Analytics World - March 14-15 in San Francisco - event updates

Here's an update on Predictive Analytics World, March 14-15 in San Francisco –

NEW KEYNOTE: Thomas Davenport (see below)

FIVE FULL-DAY WORKSHOPS: Decisioning, Methods, Net Lift, Hands-On Intro, and Hands-On R.

The densely packed 2-day conference program plus the workshops amount to seven days of predictive analytics content (March 13-19).

PAW's San Francisco 2011 program is the richest and most diverse yet, featuring over 40 sessions across two tracks - an "All Audiences" and an "Expert/Practitioner" track -- so you can witness how predictive analytics is applied at Bank of America, Bank of the West, Best Buy, CA State Automobile Association, Cerebellum Capital, Chessmetrics, Eventbrite, Fidelity, Fiserv, Gaia Interactive, Google, Hewlett-Packard, ICICI Bank (India), Monster.com, Orbitz, PayPal/eBay, Richmond, Sirius XM Radio, TXU Energy, VA Police Dept., USPS Office of Inspector General, U. of Melbourne, Varolii, YMCA, and a major N. American telecom, plus insights from projects for Anheiser-Busch, the SSA, and Netflix.

Keynotes from world-famous analytics researcher and author, Thomas Davenport, as well as Google's Sugato Basu, and PAW's Eric Siegel -- plus special sessions from industry heavyweights Andreas Weigend and John Elder.

PAW's agenda covers hot topics and advanced methods such as uplift modeling (net lift), ensemble models, social data (7 sessions), search marketing, crowdsourcing, blackbox trading, fraud detection, risk management, survey analysis, and other innovative applications that benefit organizations in new and creative ways.

For more information:

Download the PAW Conference Preview - complete detailed brochure:

View the agenda at-a-glance:

View videos of PAW Washington DC, Oct 2010 -- now available on-demand:

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Added by EliseJ2 on February 18, 2011

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