Publication in Data Mining Journal

We use cutting-edge analytics and technology, and work with leading researchers in Big Data and Data Science. We published a paper in Advances in Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining with York University on using a recommendation system in a novel way. Recommendation systems have been used for job sites and Facebook’s recommended friends system, but have primarily been used in e-commerce and news. This paper looks at healthcare. […]

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Vividata Partnership

Vividata, Canada’s leader in consumer and cross media research, and Manifold Data Mining have partnered to deliver market insights within Manifold’s newly updated Polaris Intelligence platform.
Applying collaborative filtering and supervised deep learning techniques to Vividata’s Survey of the Canadian Consumer (SCC) and Consumer Cannabis Study, Manifold has extrapolated the survey to the 6-digit postal code level. […]

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Take Your Kids to Work Day

We had a few grade nine students in today, as part of Take Your Kids to Work Day. Here’s what they had to say about the experience:

“Polaris Intelligence is a subscription based website that provides data, market insight, and customizes data for clients. Polaris is a fast and easy website to use where you can easily access points of interest in different neighbourhoods and research what kinds of people live in different trade areas. […]

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Education Makes a More Shared Financial Responsibility

Over 57% Canadians of age 18 years or older have college or university degree. According to the Canadian Financial Capability Survey (CFCS) from Statistics Canada, people with high education are much more likely to share responsibilities of paying regular bills. For example, 28% of people with the university graduate degree share responsibility equally […]

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Young Canadians Are Eager to Acquire Financial Knowledge

In the year 2014 Statistics Canada conducted the Canadian Financial Capability Survey (CFCS) among population 18 years of age and over living in Canada. This survey provides insights on Canadians’ knowledge, abilities, and behaviour concerning financial decision-making. Manifold has been studying this survey and mining patterns of consumer financial behavior. […]

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Difference between Population Count in Census and Current Year Population Estimates

  Census population count represents the total population enumerated on the Census day. For example, on May 10, 2011,  Census 2011 counted Canadian total population as 33,476,688. However, some people might be away during the Census enumeration period or did not submit the Census forms.  A few people could be counted twice, e.g., students living […]

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Manifold and Census 2011

  Manifold has successfully incorporated the complete Census and National Housing Survey (NHS) 2011 into its current year updates of the population estimates and projections. Census 2011 was conducted on May 10th, 2011 with a mandatory short form of Census Questionnaire and a voluntary National Household Survey (NHS), which replaced the historical mandatory long form […]

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Manifold and Big Data

   The principal of Manifold Data Mining Inc., Dr. Zhen Mei, has been elected to the Editorial Board of the Scientific Journal: “Big Data and Information Analytics (BDIA)” published by the American Institute of Mathematical Sciences (https://aimsciences.org/index.html).  Through this engagement Manifold will work with leading international data mining scientists and apply cutting-edge technologies on predictive […]

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