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predict

(pri-dikt′) [L. praedicere, to foretell]
To declare what will happen; foretell. In clinical observations, it is to make an educated estimate about the natural history of a disease or its prognosis.
predictable (-dikt′ă-bĕl), adjectivepredictive (-dik′tiv)
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Predictive analytics is a type of data analytics which makes predictions about the future outcomes on the basis of historical data and analytics techniques like machine learning and statistical modeling.
Applications: Banks and credit unions who want to leverage predictive analytics likely already have the data needed to see benefits in three major areas: growth, productivity, and risk reduction.
Predictive Technology Group aims to advance patient care through predictive data analytics, novel gene-based diagnostics and companion therapeutics through its subsidiaries Predictive Therapeutics, Predictive Biotech, and Predictive Laboratories.
"Predictive Prioritization is a massive innovation in vulnerability management.
Predictive maintenance is incredibly useful, and it will help manufacturers reduce the risk of unplanned downtime.
"Many companies get stuck in the pilot purgatory of IoT projects," Patterson says, explaining that manufacturers can get tripped up by miscalculating what it takes to design and build the predictive maintenance models while lacking the on-staff data scientists and domain experts who are critical to getting projects off the ground.
Users can take data in SAP S/4HANA and build predictive models that can be integrated into the application to understand predictions under changing variables and relationships.
Please contact Predictive Health Devices (pdevaney@sprynet.com) to have an expert respond to discuss your healthcare community needs.
Predictive (Best Outcome; Anticipatory) Goal Value Results
"To create a culture of prevention, 'the path to zero harm,' you have to use all the data that are available to you--historic, real-time and predictive," said Lauriski.
She adds that this historical data is "the foundation upon which predictive algorithms are developed, predictive analytics are identified, and, ultimately, from which prescriptive analytics are derived."
Predictive modeling seeks to answer this question by discovering hidden relationships in data.

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