SkilsMatter: Revealing the Uncommonly Common with Elasticsearch

(Last Updated On: March 21, 2014)

Hi Guys, I very pleased to pin down Mark Harwood to give us his presentation on

Revealing the Uncommonly Common with Elasticsearch

This session will cover a demonstration of how anomaly detection
algorithms can spot credit card fraud, financial moves and other miscellaneous trends like the UK’s most unexpected hotspot for possessing weapons.

Using forthcoming features of the open source search and analytics platform, Elasticsearch, this session will demonstrate these scenarios with real-world data and examples.
Please also register at SkillsMatter

https://skillsmatter.com/meetups/6300-revealing-the-uncommonly-common-with-elasticsearch#overview
And in another big step .. there will be beer and pizza for the event ..

SkilsMatter: Revealing the Uncommonly Common with Elasticsearch

Thursday, Apr 24, 2014, 6:30 PM

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