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All too often companies have only the vaguest idea about what kind of data they’re holding; because such data is very often hidden deeply away in a variety of databases and fragmented across different departments. We identify this data and bring it to light, making it visible, cohesive, comparable and easy to understand so that it really does support YOU in making the right decisions. And if need be, we can also identify any lacking data and define a concept to fill in the gap.
Making ML More Meaningful with Interpretability

Making ML More Meaningful with Interpretability

Posted by on Apr 25, 2020 in Uncategorized | No Comments

Objective: Understanding the fairness of the complex machine learning algorithms to apply real time scenario with more and clear interpretability. Approach: Without reasonable understanding of how a model or data science pipeline works, real world projects rarely succeed. This study is about predicting the professor’s salary based on various characteristics like their years of experience, […]

Refresh knowledge

Refresh knowledge

Posted by on Apr 5, 2020 in Uncategorized | No Comments

As the world is witnessing an unprecedented outbreak of mass proportions, and all of us are doing our bit by ensuring ‘social distancing’, essentially locking ourselves inside our own homes, totally avoiding social interactions. While our physical office stays closed and we continue to work remotely as team and manage project deadlines, missing the learning […]

Text classification – Recommending  Product based on their reviews

Text classification – Recommending Product based on their reviews

Objective One of the leading retail company wanted to understand what is prompting users to recommend a certain product,  from their reviews for the given product. Approach The reviews for the product, the satisfaction score and information on whether they recommend the product to others or not, was scraped and this was the input data […]

Identifying which statistical concepts are applied on various research papers using Topic Modeling.

Identifying which statistical concepts are applied on various research papers using Topic Modeling.

Posted by on Feb 26, 2020 in Uncategorized | No Comments

Objective: As Statistics is being major contribution for research and it overlaps a great deal with machine learning   as well as with deep learning applications, we have developed a model in order to find out which statistical concepts applied over particular research papers using topic modeling. Approach We have applied LDA (Latent Dirichlet Allocation) a […]

The Effect of IoT data in Marketing

The Effect of IoT data in Marketing

Posted by on Feb 26, 2020 in Uncategorized | No Comments

Need We are all aware that machine data – from mobile apps, IoT devices etc are richer and more accurate. With the explosion of devices and data usage, we live in times of unprecedented data. The challenge is in creating the right technology and analytics driven ecosystem to capture and utilize this information for business […]

Data Analysis & ML certificate course (2nd batch) successfully completed at Osmania University

Data Analysis & ML certificate course (2nd batch) successfully completed at Osmania University

Aeon Knowledge (in partnership with CQM, Osmania University) is happy to announce the successful completion of their second batch of “Certificate course in Data Analysis and Machine Learning”. The first batch was completed in August 2018. The participants received their course completion and merit certificates on June 13, 2019, from Prof. C. Jaya Lakshmi (Director, […]

Strategy Formulation for businesses: looking beyond variable importance

Strategy Formulation for businesses: looking beyond variable importance

Posted by on Jun 10, 2019 in Case Studies, JSMNews | No Comments

For businesses, while it is important to have an accurate model, an interpretable model is equally important. Apart from wanting to know what our model’s prediction is, we also wonder why it is it high/low and which features are most important in determining the forecast. (Most machine learning algorithms produce variable importance as a part […]

Data Science courses completed at Osmania University

Data Science courses completed at Osmania University

Posted by on Jun 4, 2019 in JSMNews | No Comments

It was a great honour to be a part of the teaching faculty of the Department of Statistics, University College of Science, Osmania University. Sandhya(linkedin.com/in/sandhyatanneer) and I were given the opportunity to teach the industrial electives to postgraduate students of Statistics / Applied Statistics for both the semesters in the academic year 2018-2019. We thoroughly […]

Learning Data Science entails truly knowing how to apply it

Learning Data Science entails truly knowing how to apply it

Posted by on May 9, 2019 in Insights, Thoughts | No Comments

I am a practitioner, a teacher, an avid learner, and I am equally passionate about being all three. In fact, what helps me be one, is being the other two.I am a practitioner, a teacher, an avid learner, and I am equally passionate about being all three. In fact, what helps me be one, is […]

Why a Data Scientist should master both ‘concept’ and ‘context’

Why a Data Scientist should master both ‘concept’ and ‘context’

Posted by on Feb 19, 2019 in Insights, JSMNews, Thoughts | No Comments

Albert Einstein once said “If you cannot explain it simply, you do not understand it well enough”. My belief in this has only strengthened ever since I (along with Sandhya and Bala Kartheek) taught the first ever industry elective course named “Data Mining using Machine Learning ” by Department of Statistics, Osmania University. Thanks to […]