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Terminology question - what kind of categorization is this?

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I'm just beginning a formalized effort to study & learn data science, but (like a lot of people) this is happening long after my first seat-of-the-pants effort to actually do it.  Which means…Continue

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Jim Maloy commented on Vincent Granville's blog post Why Are Data Science Leaders Running for the Exit?
" "...most companies are still treating data products like they do physical products — but the economics are not the same." Hearty agreement here -- and I wouldn't expect it to change soon.  You'll still find…"
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Jim Maloy replied to DJ's discussion What method/model should I use for this parameter fitting problem?
"I'll note up front that my data science knowledge is extremely limited... I'm only starting to learn the techniques & terms.  So I don't have an answer for your main question, but I do have a comment about your problem. …"
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Jim Maloy replied to Vincent Granville's discussion Help needed to prove that Earth is not flat
"Yes, the normal trigger for that drain swirl is 'remnant' motion of water in the container after it is filled.  If you wanted to see a genuine Coriolis-induced swirl, you'd need a container of…"
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Jim Maloy replied to Vincent Granville's discussion Help needed to prove that Earth is not flat
"Oh, one other point from that Aerospace class, which actually IS relevant: The professor I mentioned, also described an authentic instance of Coriolis from the days of "wooden ships & iron men."  Although the folks of the time…"
Apr 9
Jim Maloy replied to Vincent Granville's discussion Help needed to prove that Earth is not flat
"The draining-water swirl isn't relevant, for two reasons: 1) Coriolis acceleration works in 2D.  If you can find a playground that still has a 'merry-go-round' toy, have two kids on opposite sides, get the…"
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Jim Maloy commented on Krishna Pera's blog post Decision-driven before data-driven : A roadmap for data-driven organizations
"Ah, understood.  Thanks for clarifying!"
Apr 9
Jim Maloy replied to Vincent Granville's discussion Help needed to prove that Earth is not flat
"I found a Stack Exchange question that presents the math for a cylindrical object's gravitational attraction: https://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/382574/gravitational-force-of-a-cylinder-on-a-point-mass The "pancake" shape…"
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Terminology question - what kind of categorization is this?

I'm just beginning a formalized effort to study & learn data science, but (like a lot of people) this is happening long after my first seat-of-the-pants effort to actually do it.  Which means that now I'm reviewing that work, trying to understand whether it was even valid, and if so the proper descriptions of the techniques I was using.The quick backstory is that I was analyzing data relating to process deviations.  A worker, being aided by a software application, had an "ideal process"…See More
Apr 7
Jim Maloy commented on Krishna Pera's blog post Decision-driven before data-driven : A roadmap for data-driven organizations
"Very well written and a valid point.  However it raises a question which may be more philosophical, than business-related.  If management is relying on a GSOP to answer a question or to set policy, are they actually "making a…"
Apr 6
Jim Maloy liked Krishna Pera's blog post Decision-driven before data-driven : A roadmap for data-driven organizations
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Jim Maloy commented on Ammar A. Raja's blog post Applying Face Emotion Recognition API Technology to Video of Nawaz Sharif's Address to Nation after Panama Papers
"If you apply the same technique to a clip from a movie or television drama, would the results be similar?  For example if the character on screen is angry and disgusted, will this analysis show those emotions? I'm asking the question to…"
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