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Glossary of Data and Analytics Terms

A

Advanced Anomaly Detection

Advanced Anomaly Detection are tools used in a system which helps in detecting serious anomalies that might otherwise go unnoticed. They work by giving off an early warning thus saving time, capitalising on the opportunity of the time saved, taking measures and reducing human effort.

Aggregation

Aggregation is a term used for the gathering of information for a variety of purposes including statistical analysis. The information gathered is expressed in the form of a summary, such as the average, maximum, minimum, etc. This greatly reduces the time required for statistical analysis.

AI

AI, Artificial Intelligence, is the ability of machines to simulate human intelligence. The application of AI can be broadly categorized into learning, reasoning and self-correction. There are two main types of AI: Weak AI, a system that can only perform the task it was created for and Strong AI, a system that can learn and solve problems independent of humans.

AI

In computer science, artificial intelligence (AI), sometimes called machine intelligence, is intelligence demonstrated by machines, in contrast to the natural intelligence displayed by humans. Colloquially, the term "artificial intelligence" is often used to describe machines (or computers) that mimic "cognitive" functions that humans associate with the human mind, such as "learning" and "problem solving"

AI Developer Toolkits

AI Developer Toolkits help developers to build intelligent assistants within almost all software applications.

AI Governance

AI governance is the belief that a legal framework should be made for ensuring that machine learning (ML) technologies are well researched and developed with the goal of helping humanity navigate through AI systems seamlessly.

AI PaaS

This term is used to bearing artificial intelligence in mind and using it as a service. In other words, PaaS is short form for platform-as-a-service often used by companies for their data and marketing.

Algorithm

An algorithm is a set of specified rules, a defined procedure or formula, that is used to solve problems. Algorithms are most commonly used in computed to execute a task or to solve a problem.

Anomaly

An anomaly is something that deviates from a standard pattern or an expected outcome. In analysis of data, an anomaly is also known as an outlier.

Anova

ANOVA stands for Analysis of Variance. It is a statistical tool to split aggregate variability identified within a data set into two parts: systematic (data which has an influence on the data set) and random (data which does not have an influence on the data set).

API Marketplaces

An API Marketplace is akin to a marketplace that involves two stakeholders where one is concerned with buying and the other is concerned with selling. This concept is applied to API or Application Program Interface thus creating an API Marketplace.

Arithmetic

Arithmetic is a branch of mathematics that includes numerical calculations based on specific operations. Calculations such as addition, subtraction, division and multiplication are included in arithmetic.

Artificial General Intelligence

Artificial General Intelligence is when machine can comprehend generalised human cognitive abilities and understanding.

Artificial Intelligence

AI, Artificial Intelligence, is the ability of machines to simulate human intelligence. The application of AI can be broadly categorized into learning, reasoning and self-correction. There are two main types of AI: Weak AI, a system that can only perform the task it was created for and Strong AI, a system that can learn and solve problems independent of humans.

Augmented Analytics

Augmented Analytics refers to when machine learning and natural processing languages are used to enhance data analytics and sharing.

Augmented Reality

Augmented Reality (AR) is the combination of a real external environment with computer-generated scenes to creare an enhanced experience of the world in real time.

Automation

Automation is the creation and use of technology to monitor, perform and control the production of googs and services. It is a process that can be used to perform taks that were previously carrier out by humans.

Auto ML

Automated Machine Learning or Auto ML is the process of automating end-to-end of applying machine learning real-world problems.

Autonomous Vehicles

An autonomous vehicle is one that can drive itself from a starting point to a pre-determined destination in autopilot mode using various technologies.

B

Behavioral

The term behavioral relates to behavior. It can be used as a term to study the behavioral patterns of human beings (or animals).

Behavioural Analytics

Behavioral analytics is a branch of data analytics that involves utilizing data to gain insights into consumer behaviour. It is most widely used on e-commerce sites and social media platforms.

Big Data

Big data describes a large set of data that is continuously growing. The data is diverse and can include structured, semi-structured and unstructured data, which can be used for machine learning and advanced analytics.

Binomial

A binomial can be defined as a polynomial with two terms. The two terms in a binomial expression are usually connected by a plus or minus symbol.

Bi Variant

Bi variant is a mathematical system that contains two independent variables.

Bi Variate

Data that has two variables is known as bivariate. The variables can be independant (not influencing each other) or dependant (having an impact on each other).

Binomial Test

Binomial test is a statistical procedure that tests the actual distribution to the expected distribution for two categories of data.

Block chain

A blockchain is a system of records (known as blocks) that are linked in a peer-to-peer network, also called cryptography. Individual blocks contain details of the preceding block such as the cryptographic hash, timestamp and transaction data.

Branding

"Branding is a term used in marketing to describe the process of creating a name, logo, color scheme, etc. that can help distinguish a product from other competitors in the market."

Business Management

Business management encompasses all activities undertaken to help a business meet its stated goals. This includes controlling the use of a business' resources, utilizing human capital and planning future endeavors efficiently.

Business Understanding

Business understanding, also known as business acumen, is the ability to grasp the current opportunities and risks facing a company and use this understanding to deliver results.

C

Chatbots

A chatbot is an AI software that uses natural language to simulate a conversation between a user. It functions based on what it has learned about how humans would generally behave and communicate.

Clustering

Clustering is when multiple servers or instances can connect to a single database. Clutering can be very useful for high-volume databases as it offers a backup in case of a server failure. It also balances the load by automatically connecting users to servers that have the least load.

Cluster analysis

Cluster analysis is a statistical technique that includes indentifying certain commonalities in data and clustering them into groups accordingly.

Cognitive Computing

Cognitive Computing are computerised models that simulate the thought processes of humans in order to find solutions to complex problems. It uses deep-learning algorithms backed by natural language processing, artificial intelligence and extensive data resources to function.

Collinearity

Collinearity is a statistical term for when two or more data points have a linear relationship.

Commercial UAVs

Commercial UAV or Unmanned Ariel Vehicles, also known as drones, are aircrafts that have no human pilot on board, such drones are flown for commercial purposes.

Comparative Analysis

Comparitive analytics is the process of comparing two or more options (this can include processes, data, products, etc) to make an informed decision.

Computer Vision

Computer vision is the ability of computers to see images in the same way that humans do. Through this technology, computers can recognize and process these images. Computer vision is related to artificial intelligence and includes the use of analog-to-digital conversion, video cameras and digital signal processes.

Computer Vision

Computer Vision is essentially a scientific field of study which enables computers to see and process images just the way human vision does.

Consumer Analytis

Consumer analytics includes processes that gather large volumes of customer data. The data can give businesses valuable insights into their customers, including their behaviour, likes and dislikes. This helps business make informed decisions regarding marketing and customer relationship management.

Continuous Intelligence

Continuous Intelligence refers to real-time analytics data wherein continuous business values are derived from all the data.

Conversion Rate

A conversion rate is the percentage of how many viewers completed a specific action on a website versus the total number of website visitors.

CRM Analytics

Customer Relationship Management (CRM) analytics refers to the use of technology to gather customer data and using that data to facilitate and streamline business decisions.

Crowd Sourcing

Crowdsourcing is defined as process of getting information regarding a certain product, object, idea, project, etc., from people on the internet through surveys and social media platforms.

D

Data Centre

A data centre is a collection of computer servers (in some cases, switches, firewalls and routers as well), that is used to store, process and distribute huge amounts of data.

Data Engineering

Data engineering is a branch of data science that deals with the mechanisms of collecting and analysing data. Data engineers ensure that data being used by a company is accurate, reliable and organized.

Data Lakes

A Data Lake is a system that stores data in its raw format. Unstructured, native and of various sizes, a file in a data lake has no fixed limit.

Data Management

Data Management is related to everything involved in utilising data as an indispensable resource. It involves the acquiring, storing, and protection of data all in a bid to ensure the data remains accessible and reliable.

Data Modelling

Data modeling is the process of creating a data model for the data to be stored in a Database. This data model is a conceptual representation of Data objects, the associations between different data objects and the rules.

Data Preparation

Data Preparation refers to the process of working on raw data (accessing, collecting and consolidating it) and putting them together in one file for analysis.

Decision Management

Decision Management refers to a type of business management that looks at aspects such as designing, building, and managing automated decision-making systems that organisations use in order to stay connected to customers, vendors, suppliers, employees, etc.

Deep learning

Deep learning is an area of machine learning and artificial intelligence in which algorithms can perform unsupervised learning of large volumes of unstructured data.

Deep Neural Nets (Deep Learning)

This is a machine learning method which uses sophisticated mathematical modeling to process data in complex ways.

Descriptive Analytics

Descriptive analytics utilizes historical data that to draw an understanding of more recent events or changes that have taken place in an organization. Insights gained through descriptive analytics can provide useful insights that can be used for future analysis.

Deviance

Statistically, deviance refers to the variance of a statistic in comparison with the overall statistical model.

Diagnostics Analytics

Diagnostic analytics makes use of data to understand the causal factors of an event. It includes techniques like correlations and data mining to uncover the real causes of a speficic event or action.

Digital Ethics

Digital Ethics is the study focusing on how one can manage themselves ethically, responsibly and professionally via digital platforms.

Digital Transformation

Digital transformation invovles the use of technology to bring about transformation in business processes, the internal culture of the organization and in customer relationship management.

Dimensions

Dimensions is used in terms of measurements, to measure the overall extent or quantity of a particular object.

E

Elasticity

Elasticity is a measurement of how sensitive a variable is to changes in any other variable. For businesses, elasticity can refer to the relationship between demand and price.

Embedded Analytics

Embedded Analytics is a tool that focuses on data analysis and business intelligence, making it more accessible through various process applications so that users can work smarter and efficiently.

Ensemble Learning

Ensemble Learning is a paradigm of machine learning wherein multiple learners are trained to solve a particular problem. This helps in generating better predictive performance.

Evaluation

Evaluation is the analysis of a subject based on a specific set of criteria.

Event Stream Processing

Event stream processing or ESP, is a kind of technology designed to assist the construction of event-driven information systems.

Explaination based learning

Explanation-based learning (EBL) is a branch of machine learning that uses existing domain knowledge to improve learning, to form a generalization or to develop concepts.

Exponential

An exponent indicates how many times a certain number needs to be multiplied by that number. Exponential refers to the rate of increase of a certain value.

Extreme value

An extreme value could be either a minimum value or a maximum value in a data set.

F

Failover

A failover is when functions of a system are automatically transferred to a secondary system when the primary system encounters a failure.

Fiscal Year

A fiscal year, or financial year, is a specific period used for accounting and tax purposes.

Forecasting

Forecasting is the process of making predictions of the future by analyzing past data and understanding current and past trends.

FPGA Accelerators

Field Programmable Gate Arrays of FPGA Accelerators are servers that allow developers to offload repetitive processing functions in workloads to quicken an application's performance.

G

Gap Analysis

Gap analysis is a method that helps companies identify their current state and goals for the future. Based on this, companies can identify gaps in current processes and chart out a strategy to achieve the set targets.

Genomics

Genomics hails from a branch of biology which exclusively deals with everything concerned with genomes - the complete set of genes and or genetic materials in an organism.

Geometry

Geometry is a branch of mathematics that deals with the properties of lines, space, points, shapes and surfaces.

Geometric distribution

Geometric distibution refers to the number of failures or trials required before a success.

Graph Analytics

This term is used to determine the strength and direction between objects in a graph.

Graph Database

A graph database is a database that includes graphs containing nodes (representing an entity like a person) and edges (representing the relationship between nodes).

GPU Accelerators

GPU-accelerators are a computing method that blends a graphics processing unit (GPU) along with a computer processing unit (CPU) in order to facilitate processing-intensive operations such as deep learning, analytics and engineering applications.

Guided Analytics

Guided Analytics in data science is essentially the process of guiding the end user through the same analytics workflow, by exposing only the parameters of interest and through a comfortable sequence of web pages.

H

Heterogenous

Heterogenous refers to items or substances that are different from each other.

Historical Data

Historical data refers to data that has been collected in the past. This is often used as a basis for forecasting future trends.

Homogenous

Homogenous refers to items or substances that are similar to each other.

Human-in-the-loop

Human-In-The-Loop or HITL is branch of Artificial Intelligence that requires human interaction, combining these two in a virtuous cycle.

Hypothesis

A hypothesis is a proposed idea that is based on available information. The hypothesis is further investigated into through experiments and studies.

Hypothesis Testing

Hypothesis testing is used in statistics to determine whether to accept or reject the null hypothesis.

I

Image recognization

Image recognition is the ability of computer technology to identify people, places, animals, objects and written figures.

Independent Variable

A variable that does not depend on other variables is known as an independent variable. An independent variable can be manipulated to test the effects it has on dependent variables.

Inflation

Inflation is when the price of commodities increases while the purchasing value of money decreases.

Innovation

Innovation is the process of developing and adopting new creative techniques of production or ways of thinking.

Insights

An insight is an in-depth and accurate understanding of a complex problem.

Integration

Integration is a mathematical term used when an equation demands finding an integral or integrals.

Intelligence

Intelligence refers to the ability to understand concepts, make judgements and apply knowledge gained.

IoT

IoT (Internet of Things) is the network of interrelated physical devices that are connected to the internet, possess unique identifiers and can transfer data through the network independently.

IoT Edge Analytics

IoT Edge Analytics is a tool that lets companies and organisations process data which are closer to its source. It allows data to be produced by sensor-rich assets or devices all pre-processed in real time.

Iteration

Used in computer programming, Iteration refers to a set of instructions being repeated for a particular number of times or until the condition is met.

J

K

Knowledge Graphs

Knowledge Graph is a knowledge base used by Google for the enhancement of its search engine's results with information gathered from a variety of sources.

L

LatentView

LatentView Analytics is one of the world’s largest and fastest growing digital analytics firms. We help companies drive digital transformation by helping them combine digital and traditional data to gain a competitive advantage

Linear

A linear equation forms a straight line when the points are plotted on a graph.

Linear Regression

Linear regression is used in statistics to determine the relationship between independent variables and dependent variables. Using statistical calculations, it plots a trend line between variables to show the relationship between them.

M

Machine Learning

Machine learning is the use of statistical models and algorithms by computers to perform tasks without being explicitly programmed for them. Instead, computers access data and learn patterns in order to perform tasks.

Machine Learning

Machine Learning is a subset of Artificial Intelligence (AI) that essentially has computers learning and accessing data which would enable them understand perspectives of customers, business, trends, etc.

Mapping

The act of making a map. In terms of data analytics, Mapping is a process which uses data that helps in profiling customers and your products potential in the market.

Marketing Mix Modeling

Marketing Mix Modeling (MMM) refers to statistical analysis that helps in quantifying the value of marketing variables. MMM uses multiple regression on sales and marketing time series data which helps in identifying its impact and future.

Mean

An arithmetic mean is the average of all values in a data set. This value is obtained by dividing the sum of the values by the number of values.

Median

The median is the value that lies at the midpoint when observed values are arraged in ascending order. If the number of observed values is even, the median is the average of the two values lying in the middle.

Metrics

A metric is a unit of measurement that can be used to assess and track performance over a period of time.

Mixed Reality

Mixed Reality is a cross between physical and virtual elements. In other words, it is a hybrid system that blends actual reality with virtual reality.

Mode

The mode is the value which appears most frequently in a set of values.

Moving Average

Moving Average is a technical indicator that allows investors to analyse the price trends. Working based on past prices, Moving Average helps irons out price action and in identifying the direction of the trend and its resistance levels.

Multivarient analysis

Multivarient analysis is a technique used for analysis of data that contains two or more independent variables in order to predict a value of a dependent variable.

N

Natural-Language Generation

Natural Language Generation or NLG is when data is turned to the English language for better understanding. This AI technology is mostly used by enterprises and organisations mostly related to better engagement with customers.

Neuromorphic Hardware

Neuromorphic hardware refers to any electronic device which imitates the natural biological structures of a human being's nervous system.

Nominal

Nominal may refer to a value of something before it is changed. It is used in terms of an unadjusted rate or the change in value.

Normalization

Normalization refers to the process of structuring a database in a bid to improve data and remove redundancy or other undesirable anomalies.

Normal Distribution

Normal Distribution is term used in probablity theory that refers to real-valued random variables whose distribution is unknown. Symmetric about the mean, Normal Distribution indicates that the data near the mean are more frequent in occurence as opposed to the data far from the mean.

NLP

NLP or Natural Language Processing is a subfield of linguistics, computer science, information engineering, and artificial intelligence that focuses on the interactions between computers and human languages.

O

Ordinal

Ordinal is used in describing the sequence in which something is related to other of its kind.

Optimization

Optimization refers to the process of increasing achievable performance by eliminating undesirable factors. It functions on the principle of find an alternative despite contraints all done at minimal cost and time.

Open CV

Open CV (Open Computer Vision) is one of the most popular open source library for real-time computer vision and machine learning.

P

PDF

PDF or Portable Document Format (PDF) is a multi-platform document format used for saving publications or documents in a standard way, making it easy to view and share.

Python

Python is a high-level programming language helps one learn and integerate systems effectively, with particular emphasis on code readability.

Percentile

Percentile is used in statistics to understand and interpret a set of data. It refers to a value where a certain percentage of scores fall below that number.

Predictive Analytics

Predictive Analytics is term used when information from the given data is taken into account in order to determine its future outcomes and trends.

Predictive Modelling

Predictive Modelling is the act of using given data in order predict its outcome and future behaviour. It generates a data model which is made by analysing historical data and current data.

Prescriptive Analysis

This term is refered to as finding the best course of action bearing a situation in mind. A term from business analytics, it seeks to come up a good solution within its given parameters.

Prescriptive Analytics

Prescriptive Analytics is a type of data analytics used when the best course of action is taken within its parameters. This action helps in determining the future's outcome, risks and helps in making potential decisions.

Profit

Profit refers to a revenue gain that benefits the owner or business. It exceeds the costs, taxes and other expenses. It is essentially the surplus amount you get after total cost is deducted from the total revenue.

Q

Qualitative

This refers to the use of analysis or judgement based out information that are immeasurable or non-quantifiable. This is not driven by numbers and, hence, heavily relies on social interactions, experiments and other intangible approaches.

Quality Assurance

This term is used as a way of ensuring the quality of a service or product. It is particularly refered to the conviction that all the requirements will be fulfilled. Quality Assurance involves ensuring mistakes and defects are prevented, problems are solved and the quality is under control.

Quantitative

This refers to the use of numbers or figures or statistics, essentially a method that warrants a measurable approach in order to determine its result.

Quantile Deviation

It is a measure of spread, which essentially tells you how data is dispersed around a central point.

Quantile Range Outliers

The Quantile Range Outliers method of outlier detection uses the quantile distribution of the values in a column to locate the extreme values. Quantiles are useful for detecting outliers because there is no distributional assumption associated with them. Data are simply sorted from smallest to largest. For example, the 20th quantile is the value at which 20% of values are smaller. Extreme values are found using a multiplier of the interquantile range, the distance between two specified quantiles.

R

Real Time Analytics

Real Time Analytics is simply the analysis of data immediately after it's made available, thereby leaving no room for any delays.

Real Variable

A Real Variable is to a variable wherein real numbers are assigned as values. In financial terms, it is measured at constant prices.

Regression

Regression is a statistical measure used in determining the relationship between mean value of one variable (dependent) and the corresponding values of the other variables (independent).

Regular Expressions

Regular Expressions are essntially defined as character sequences that help in pattern matching with strings in order to define a search pattern.

Reinforcement learning

Reinforcement Learning is a paradigm of Machine Learning which focuses on taking action in a bid to maximise reward. It prompts softwares and machines to identify the best method, behaviour or path based on what the situation demands.

Resource

Resource refers to the main supply that is required for the accomplishment of a certain activity. It can be measured or qualitative too.

Robotic Process Automation Software

A Robotic Process Automation Software is a type of technology that enables anybody to configure computer software, or a “robot” to emulate and integrate the actions of a human interacting within digital systems to execute a business process. In other words, it is a software for artificial intelligence workers.

S

Sampling

Sampling is used in statistical analysis to predetermine observations and inputs of a large population. Sampling takes less time as it uses a defined procedure and helps in inferring the characteristics of a population.

Sensitivity

Sensitivity is a statistical term used to measure the proportion of samples that are positive. The rate of sensitivity depends on how positive the samples are.

Sensitivity

Sensitivity is a statistical term used to measure the proportion of samples that are positive. The rate of sensitivity depends on how positive the samples are.

Skewness

Skewness is the asymmetery or lack of symmetery found in data distributions. It can be positive, negative or undefined, with the value depending on the lack of symmetery of a real-valued random variable.

Snapshot

Snapshots are used in storage systems in order to enhance data protection and solve data backup problems.

Social Media Analytics

Social Media Analytics is defined as the analysis of data obtained from various social media platforms in order to track what customers and users have to say about a certain product or business. Social Media Analytics use various helpful tools for gathering data and determining performance.

Solution Requirements

Solution requirements in a business analysis specify the conditions and capabilities a solution has to have in order to meet the need or solve the problem and provide clarity around delivery needs. They don't define how the solution will solve the problem technically or specifically; that happens later.

Spark

Spark is a technology used in the analytics and big data realmd. It is an open source processing engine built around speed, ease of use, and analytics.

Speech Analytics

Speech Analytics is the process of analysing audio files and call recordings with the software identifying words and analysing patterns to detect emotions and stress in a speaker's voice. This tool helps in improving communication and working on changes that would benefit client-enterprise interactions.

Statistics

Statistics is a term that works with and relies on data collection, analysis, and interpretation. Statistics help in characterising a data set and disseminating information in the field of economics, science, health and many others.

Supervised learning

Supervised Learning is when an algorithm or machine is made to learn mapping function from input to output, wherein the input and the desired output value are already provided. In other words, the machine learns from the training data set just like how a teacher would supervise the learning process of a student.

T

Temporal

Temporal is related to the concept of time, associated with a sequence of time or to a particular time.

Text Analytics

Text Analytics is the process of drawing meaning out of written communications, often used in the context of enhaving customer experience. This involves examining text and finding patterns or interests that would influence the action.

Text Mining

Text Mining is a method of analysing unstructured data. In other words, it derives high quality information from texts. The data is a large amount, and is thus processed and structured using softwares that identify patterns, topics, keywords etc,.

Time Series

Time Series refers to a sequence of numerical data indexed at equally spaced points. This is used to track the movement and progress of each of the data points.

Time Series Modelling

Time Series Modelling is a method of forecasting or prediction, wherein time-based data are used to gather further insights. Time-based data include data that have been tracked for a stipulated time period and have been analysed so as to make an informed decision later.

Trend Analytics

Trend Analytics are data analytics that are bound by two points. It's a business-driven approach that helps in capitalizing at the right time based on current trends.

U

Union

In terms of data, a union is a user-defined data type available in C which contains variables of other data types in the same memory location.

Uni Variate

A mathematical term, univariate is used to describe data which consists of observations based on a single characteristic.

Uniform

Uniform is a term used to ensure that a group things are standardised or identical.

Univariate analysis

This form of analysing data carried out on only a single variable. In such an analysis, each variable is a data set is carefully explored and summarised.

Unknown Variable

A value of a variable which unspecified, mysterious or arbitrary is an Unknown Variable.

Unstructured Data

Unstructured Data refers to information that aren't properly arranged in a database. Unstructured data includes texts and multimedia content that does not fit neatly in a database.

Unsupervised learning

Unsupervised Learning is when an AI (Artificial Intelligence) algorithm or machine is learnt to generate output without the existence of any labels. The algorithm is made to work on its own, based on the information provided without the presence of any guidance or help.

V

Variable

A variable refers to a numeric value, characteristic or quantity which increases or decreses based on the situation.

Venn Diagram

A Venn Diagram refers to a mathematical set which is pictorially represented. It appears as multiple overlapping closed curves which is used to organise information visually.

Video/Image Analytics

Video/Image analytics are tools that categorises images and videos from social media, and sorting them according to everything applied to text: gender, age, facial expressions, objects, actions, scenes, topics, sentiment and brand logos.

Virtual Assistants

This is a term used to describe a particular profession pursued by humans that enable them to do administrative, technical or creative work from the comforts of their house or other remote locations.

Virtual Reality

Virtual Reality refers to a simulated environment created using computer technology, where the user is simply immersed inside the experience.

Visualization

Visualization is a graphics method used in order to communicate a message, often done through images, animations or diagrams.

VPA-Enabled Wireless Speakers

Virtual Personal Assistants (VPA) - Enabled Wireless Speakers are wireless devices or applications that use artificial intelligence and simulates commands and conversations prompted by a human being.

W

Watson(IBM)

Developed in IBM's DeepQA project, Watson is question-answering supercomputer system named after IBM's founder Thomas J Watson.

Wealth Management

Wealth Management is a type of advisory service catering to individuals with a high net-worth. In other words, it is an invesment advisory service wherein the individual's requirements is analysed and a specific strategy is devised for them.

Weather forecasting

Weather forecasting is a term that blends science and technology in order to predict and report the atmospheric condition of a particular location and time.

Web Analytics

Web Analytics is the analysis of the data based on the behaviour of visitors in a particular website. It is essentially used to optimize on web pages so as to attract more visitors.

Web Design

Web design is simply defined as the process involved in creating websites. It bears various aesthetic factors in mind including layout, content and graphics.

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Z

Zero

0 (zero) is both a number and the numerical digit used to represent that number in numerals. The number 0 fulfills a central role in mathematics as the additive identity of the integers, real numbers, and many other algebraic structures. As a digit, 0 is used as a placeholder in place value systems.

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