Data Science and Analytics

Managing Large and Complex Datasets

NERA’s cases often require that we develop statistically reliable estimates using large complex datasets. Our experts have worked with proprietary datasets in the multiple-terabyte range, datasets that are comprised of billions of records, and datasets that are compiled from hundreds of interlinked tables. NERA has the programming expertise and in-house technology to construct and analyze these large datasets and we have both the technology and staff to scale up to meet the individual demands of any project.

Beyond possessing the technical capacity to process large datasets, we also have extensive experience in organizing, filtering, and munging raw data to extract meaningful insights. We are adept at identifying relevant data and understanding how to use it, combining data across sources, and distilling complex data. We are also experienced at coordinating with business-side data teams to help identify the most relevant data and evaluate that data for targeted analysis.

Name Title Location Phone Email
Dr. Hiroaki Ishigaki Managing Director Tokyo +81 3 6871 7041
Dr. Lauren Stiroh Managing Director White Plains, NY +1 914 448 4143
Bradley A. Heys Director Toronto
New York City
+1 416 868 7312
+1 212 345 2691
Dr. Elizabeth Newlon Director Los Angeles +1 213 346 3019
Dr. Garrett Glasgow Associate Director San Francisco +1 415 291 1029
Dr. Alan Grant Associate Director White Plains, NY +1 914 448 4097
Timothy McKenna Associate Director New York City +1 212 345 5503
Bryan Ray Associate Director White Plains, NY +1 914 448 4004
Nathan Blalock Senior Consultant Houston +1 212 345 1343
Dr. Ignacio Franceschelli Senior Consultant New York City +1 212 345 2842
Tilling Lee Senior Consultant Washington, DC +1 202 466 9268
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