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By, through, or from?

 
 
Reply Mon 16 Mar, 2015 10:17 am
Hi guys,

In trying to come up with a tagline for a company, we are trying to determine whether it's more appropriate to say "predictions and insights BY patterns" or "through patterns" or perhaps even "from patterns." Feel free to suggest another option that might be more correct as well!

Thanks!
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Reply Mon 16 Mar, 2015 01:15 pm
@mikicisic,
"By," Micki, implies the patterns are experiencing the insight

It might help if you were to describe the company's products and what's meant by "patterns"
mikicisic
 
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Reply Mon 16 Mar, 2015 02:35 pm
@dalehileman,
In short, the company offers a predictive analytics solution that derives its predictions and offers insight to customers based on patterns it detects from point of sale transaction logs in the retail and CPG industries. The algorithm it runs on has many other applications and use cases, but the above is hopefully an easy way to grasp the concept.
dalehileman
 
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Reply Mon 16 Mar, 2015 03:55 pm
@mikicisic,
"Through" or "from" then seem okay Miki
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