There is no shortage of hipster stereotypes out there, but we are more interested in what the data can how us than the perceptions of "hipsterness." In light of this, we present our Self-Identifying Hipsters segment for Boston, MA.
In partnership with Spatial.ai and CurisData, eSite is utilizing geosocial sentiment data with healthcare demand data to deepen the understanding of patients and their utilization of healthcare.
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TAS and Spatial.ai Partner to Add Geosocial Data to Enable Retailers and Developers to Make Better Location Decisions
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