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Big Data, fame and money

DPG spring meeting, Regensburg March 2013
by Taha Yasseri on 18 September 2013

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Big data; fame and money
box office prediction based on Wikipedia activity data
Taha Yasseri
Oxford Internet Institute
University of Oxford
Budapest University
of
Technology and Economics
János Kertész
Márton Mestyán
Transactional data-sets
Volume
Velocity
Variety
Veracity
Value
Our Daily lives leave traces in the digital world
Early Prediction of Movie Box Office Success
based on Wikipedia Activity Big Data
arxiv.org/1211.0970
Page View
Unique Editor
312 movies, US Market. 2010
Page views

Edits
Unique Editors
Rigor

Number of Theaters
Inputs:
to Predict:
First weekend box office revenue
IMDb
Pearson correlation
box office revenue with different predictors
multivariate linear regression model
Coefficient of determination
Asur S, Huberman BA (2010)
Predicting the future with social media.
0.98
312 movies
Tweeter:
24 movies
www.oii.ox.ac.uk
5 V's of big-data
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