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Table 9 BDA definitions

From: A new theoretical understanding of big data analytics capabilities in organizations: a thematic analysis

Source Definition
[58] “Big data analytics defined in six components—data generation, data acquisition, data storage, advanced data analytics, data visualization, and decision-making for value-creation), its typical tools, techniques and technologies, and its main domains of application” (p. 755)
[56] “Big data has been used to describe datasets so complex that they cannot be managed or analyzed using traditional data analysis software” (p. 1095)
[11] “Big data analytics enables large-scale data sets integration, supporting people management decisions, and cost-effectiveness evaluation of healthcare organizations” (p. 1)
[59] “Big data analytics is defined as a process to analyze the large data volumes to capture value for the businesses and employees” (p. 229)