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Data Science Certification

This group is for Certified Data Scientists only. There are three ways to become a Certified Data Scientist: 

  • Join this group, there is no cost, but only Data Science Central members are allowed. Your profile will be reviewed in 2-3 days. Based on your experience (two years of practice minimum, in an analytic, data-intensive occupation, with success stories) you may be accepted, regardless of your actual job title (data scientist, statistician, analytics manager, operations research analyst etc.). 
  • Or you successfully complete our Data Science Apprenticeship. (DSA). Join this group, mention the DSA on your profile, you will automatically be approved.
  • Or (coming soon) you are certified or graduated from a program managed by one of our partner universities and organizations.

Once approved, you can add our certification in your profile (LinkedIn, resume, etc.) and be found by companies and organizations looking for serious data scientists and related professionals. See also our data science handbook to learn core data science principles, featuring salary surveys, job interview questions, reference books, skills to acquire, sample resumes, difference between data scientist and other analytic professions, big data, case studies, becoming a freelance data scientist, Map-Reduce, Hadoop, and data science tricks, recipes, rules of thumb and tutorials.

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Latest Activity: Apr 8

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Update about our data Science Certification

Started by Vincent Granville Mar 1. 0 Replies

We are now at 120 certified data scientists: click here to view their profiles.…Continue

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Comment by Jay Sebastian on April 8, 2014 at 4:48am

Dr. Granville,

I'm happy to say that I received your book yesterday via UPS from Amazon.  Very well done.  After a cursory scan I can see that it is well organized and covers the basics.  I'm going to recommend it to my newer staff so they can get a better understanding of what Data Science "is" and how to develop themselves in that direction.  Thank you!

Comment by Sunil Kappal on March 31, 2014 at 2:39am

Thanks for adding, I hope that I will be able to learn and implement new things by the way of this community. I hope to promote the power of data.

Comment by Zenodia Charpy on March 16, 2014 at 8:25pm
thanks for adding. It is very exciting to be part of this community. Hopefully i will be able to promote the power of data science as much as i can.
Comment by Jay Sebastian on January 27, 2014 at 7:56am

Thank you for the add. I believe communities like this are key to moving the field of data science forward, and I'm very excited to help.

 

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