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Big data is being used by law firms to help determine the outcome of a court case, reports the Indiana Lawyer.  

Despite all the hype, big data, by itself, cannot do a thing. However, when all those tiny bits of information are sorted and examined through clearly defined parameters, crunched by the right math calculations and carefully analyzed, the revelations that emerge can be mind-boggling. Reasons for certain behaviors or undetected trends in the marketplace can be illuminated.

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