Gordon S. Linoff
Gordon S. Linoff has had a keen interest in understanding and analyzing large data sets and in applying the results to business problems since he was a student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is a practitioner, thought-leader, and teacher in the area of data mining. Gordon is a Founder and Principal of Data Miners, Inc. Prior to co-founding Data Miners in 1998, he also worked at Naviant Technology Solutions and Thinking Machines Corporation. He has consulted for a wide range of companies including Bank of America, BT, The Limited, The New York Times, T-Mobile, The Teaching Company, and Pfizer.
Courses I teach include
Applying Survival Analysis to Business Time-to-Event Problems
Data Mining Techniques: Theory and Practice
Data Analysis with SQL and Excel
Data Mining Techniques for Marketing, Sales, and Customer Relationship Management
Mastering Data Mining: The Art and Science of Customer Relationship Management.
What students are saying:
It was a pleasure to take this course from someone who is so clearly THE expert in the field. I don't know about the others, but I enjoyed the stories from Gordon's own experiences over his career!
One of the better instructors I've had in a professional training course. He is extremely knowledgeable and educated about everything covered while being able to put it in terms everyone from various industries and backgrounds can understand and relate to.
Great style of presenting. His inclusion of real-world examples adds a lot to the class.
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