Using Big Data and analytics is probably one of best governance tools available at present, particularly for resource-constrained countries like Pakistan
By Jamal Abdul Nasir
Big Data is the term used for representing immense amount of data sets containing huge, much diverse, having both structured and unstructured data that is so huge and problematic to process by using customary techniques and software methods, and have problems of storage, analyzing, evaluating and envisioning for more processes or results, The most prominent attributes of BigData are referred as 3 Vs i.e. Volume (Amount of Data), Variety (Type or format of Data) and Velocity (Speed or Rate of Data Processing or Generation).
Computers and the Internet certainly aid bigdata by lowering the cost of collecting, storing, processing, and sharing information. But at its heart, bigdata is only the latest step in humanity’s quest to understand and quantify the world.
Over the years new technologies have pave the way for what experts say ‘datafication’. This includes rendering of data in new aspects such as datafication of land using GPS, friendships, likes and sentiments are also being data fied via social networking platforms. Technological advancements has made it possible to collect all data instead of previous practice of collecting samples. Store this data irrespective of its amount and process huge data swiftly.
Pakistan is the fifth largest populated country with population of over 2200 million people....
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