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Data scientists frustrated by data variety, find Hadoop limiting

Thor Olavsrud | July 3, 2014
Companies are focusing more and more attention on building out big data analytics capabilities and data scientists are feeling the pressure.

Twenty-two percent of the data scientists surveyed said Hadoop and Spark were not well-suited to their analytics. Paradigm4 also found that 35 percent of data scientists who tried Hadoop or Spark have stopped using it.

Paradigm4's survey of 111 U.S. data scientists was fielded by independent research firm Innovation Enterprise from March 27 to April 23, 2014. Paradigm4 put together this infographic of its survey results.


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