"It seems that Mr Ajit here is addressing the much needed approach for Data Science. Few months back I was literally a no Programming guy, but lately my old courses in C++ and Java has helped me Learning the "languages"and there approaches…"
Join us January 20th at 9am PST for our latest DSC's Webinar Series: Data as the New Oil: Producing Value in the Oil and Gas Industry sponsored by Pivotal.Space is limited.Reserve your Webinar seat nowOil and gas exploration and production activities generate large amounts of data from sensors, logistics, business operations and more. Given the data volume, variety and velocity, gaining actionable and relevant insights from this data is…See More
The outline of the course is as follows: Lesson 1: Introduction to Credit Scoring Lesson 2: The Basel Capital Accords Lesson 3: Preparing the data for credit scoring Lesson 4: Classification for credit scoring Lesson 5: Measuring the Performance of Credit Scoring Classification Models Lesson 6: Variable Selection for Classification Lesson 7: Issues in Scorecard Construction Lesson 8: Defining Default Ratings and Calibrating PD Lesson 9: LGD modeling Lesson 10: EAD modeling Lesson 11:…See More
"Thank you very much for the insight. I adhere to both of you , Dr. Granville and Mr Pradyumna , as inventing our own technique as well as some random learning jumps are required for some newbie like me to grow.
Considering this it seems I have got…"
"Well thank you for the Insight Mr. Palu and Dr.Granville, but my point here is to ask a way in which at-least a newbie like me can grow to something substantial.
Its a sort of fact that, the uncommon the idea or skill, the higher is its value. But…"
"I agree to what you say Dr. Granville but the point is how can you teach or learn (as in my case ) the "high -level " data science.
I have been looking for courses and knowledge for how to and what to learn to become a data scientist...??…"