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1[treated as singular or plural] The systematic computational analysis of data or statistics.‘content analytics is relevant in many industries’
- ‘Extracting this data for use across the enterprise requires the use of business analytics.’
- ‘The market makers then started to store and accumulate this price data and develop analytics for forecasting future market movements.’
- ‘This software lets customers create their own analytics applications that can be built in to existing business software.’
- ‘She noted: "We as a company work very hard to systematize the process around rigorous analytics."’
- ‘In one fell swoop, Web analytics can help you figure out all the important information about people who visit your site.’
- 1.1Information resulting from the systematic analysis of data or statistics.‘these analytics can help you decide if it's time to deliver content in different ways’
- ‘"More lenders will participate on the sites, the rates will get more competitive, and the analytics will continue to improve," he says.’
- ‘The bona fides of the analytics are beyond reproach.’
- ‘It's not that the analytics aren't important.’
- ‘I will start emailing out some reports more often as I get better at breaking down the analytics into a better form for clients.’
- ‘That way they can see the analytics for their post, see how much traffic it received, maybe since day one.’
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