Patterns of Design
There are universal patterns used in the design of architecture, art, geometry, mathematical ratios, harmonics and proportion. They are also found in ecosystems, nature, music, light & in outer space.
Data systems also follow patterns.
Those with the proper tools have an enormous competitive advantage for predicting and influencing outcomes.
Fire ants drown when they are alone in water. To survive floods they need a raft, so they build one with their own bodies.
This pattern found in a sunflower is known as a logarithmic spiral.
Honeybees construct hexagonal cells to hold their honey.
The chambered nautilus grows at a constant rate and so its shell forms a logarithmic spiral to accommodate that growth without changing shape.
IN SOME CASES WE TAKE ONE DATA SET WHICH MULTIPLIES INTO A MASSIVE DATA SET