Deep Web data harvesting seems like a very intimidating endeavor to many organizations but it really does not have to be. In this post, we discuss the process a user goes through with BrightPlanet to get the data on the web they are looking for from unstructured data to the delivery of their choice.
The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) is the world’s largest anti-fraud organization and premier provider of anti-fraud training and education. With over 70,000 members, the ACFE is helping to reduce business fraud worldwide. ACFE offers live events, as well as seminars, webinars, and on-site training. One of our own was just featured by the ACFE.
In our previous post, we covered the history of search and Deep Web Harvesting learning how search started and where we are today. In this post we hope to continue that conversation and discuss:
- The current form of search
- How is it evolving to Search 2.0
- What’s in store for Search 3.0
You’ve heard the hype, now learn the process. Go beyond the hype of data analytics and Big Data and follow data from the Deep Web through the three-step process transforming raw data into actionable intelligence:
- Normalizing and Enrichment
- Reporting and Analytics
Download our latest whitepaper to discover how Big Data from the Deep Web becomes usable.
We’ve made it to #1 in our top 5 post countdown! BrightPlanet’s most popular Deep Web University content was our post on Structured vs. Unstructured Data. The post explains the difference between the two different kinds of data. It also talks about the problem with unstructured data and solutions for capturing it.
Check out all the top 5 BrightPlanet Deep Web University posts of 2012!
With respect to the mass categorization that is central to most computer operations, there are two types of relevant data which affect speed of assimilation as well as information recall: structured data and unstructured data.
They say that curiosity is the cure for boredom, and if you’ve ever tried to find specific and detailed information using one of the popular search engines, you’ve probably spent your share of hours in front of the computer screen frustrated. It seems as though you should be able to find relevant websites and databases, but your search results return many different websites with the exact same information. What many people don’t know is that beyond their online presence on Facebook, YouTube and Google there is a vast wealth of knowledge waiting to be discovered. This information is commonly referred to as big data, and is largely inaccessible to conventional web users. Continue reading