Understanding the Psychology of [Medical] Data Analytics

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Gary Jackson

By Gary Jackson

[Psychology of the Analytics Dilemma]

What if analytical models would have predicted that same sex marriages were going to be legal in the United States by 2015 way back in 1995?

  • Would the concept have been accepted earlier?
  • Debated earlier?
  • Viewpoints changed?

Assessment

Probably not!

The Psychology of Analytics – Right with People

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About Gary Jackson

Gary Jackson is technologist, a host of a podcast called bigdatastupid.com and a Writer for icrunchdata News Hong Kong, China.

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