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Types of Variables in Data Science in One Picture

While there are several dozen different types of possible variables, all can be categorized into a few basic areas. This simple graphic shows you how they are related, with a few examples of each type. More info:Types of variables in statistics and…See More
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Types of Variables in Data Science in One Picture

While there are several dozen different types of possible variables, all can be categorized into a few basic areas. This simple graphic shows you how they are related, with a few examples of each type. More info:Types of variables in statistics and…See More
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5 Rules of Probability in One Picture (Cat and Dog Edition)

Knowledge of the basic rules of probability is a must-have for any data scientist. But if you're a visual learner like me, learning the algebraic representations of the 5 basic rules of probability (i.e. P(A) + P(B) = 1) is a challenge. I've never been very good at memorizing formulas, but images stick in my head like ear worms.  Whenever I come across a new formula, I try to make it visual with a picture or doodle. The following picture shows some of the images I created to learn the…See More
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Why You Need to Know Those Probability Distributions

If you're in the beginning stages of your data science credential journey, you're either about to take (or have taken) a probability class. As part of that class, you're introduced to several different probability distributions, like the binomial distribution,…See More
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Stumped by Bayes' Theorem? Try This Simple Workaround

Bayes' Theorem formula.Bayes' Theorem, which The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy calls "...a simple mathematical formula" can be surprisingly difficult to actually solve. If you struggle with Bayesian logic, solving the "simple" formula involves not much more than…See More
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"Coursera is the best platform from Johns Hopkins University Some of them are simpler than it would be expected but they are really good :) regards,"
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Stephanie Glen is Editorial director at DataScienceCentral.com. She is a mathematician and statistician. After working for several years teaching mathematics and statistics at the university level, she created and developed the website StatisticsHowTo.com.
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Types of Variables in Data Science in One Picture

Posted on October 17, 2020 at 4:00pm 0 Comments

While there are several dozen different types of possible variables, all can be categorized into a few basic areas. This simple graphic shows you how they are related, with a few examples of each type. 

More info:…

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5 Rules of Probability in One Picture (Cat and Dog Edition)

Posted on October 10, 2020 at 8:33am 0 Comments

Knowledge of the basic rules of probability is a must-have for any data scientist. But if you're a visual learner like me, learning the algebraic representations of the 5 basic rules of probability (i.e. P(A) + P(B) = 1) is a challenge. I've never been very good at memorizing formulas, but images stick in my head like ear worms.  Whenever I come across a new formula, I try to make it visual with a picture or doodle. The following picture shows some of the images I created to…

Continue

Why You Need to Know Those Probability Distributions

Posted on September 30, 2020 at 3:00pm 0 Comments

If you're in the beginning stages of your data science credential journey, you're either about to take (or have taken) a probability class. As part of that class, you're introduced to several different probability distributions, like the binomial distribution,…

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Correlation Coefficients in Data Science and Machine Learning (in One Picture)

Posted on September 25, 2020 at 10:00am 0 Comments

In my first post on correlation coefficients, I outlined the differences between five popular coefficients: Pearson's,…

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At 3:52am on December 11, 2019, Jason Posavad said…

Your article is so relevant Stephanie, as I am 48 and contemplating an online masters in Data Science.  My answer has been to do as much as I can through MOOCs, self-driven projects, and other less-expensive learning.  If it gets to the point that I have done all of that and proven to myself that I can do Data Science, and that I need a degree to get land a job, I will then do it.   Reality is you do need to be more careful and more risk-averse as you age, as the time to recover from mistakes is just not there anymore.  

 
 
 

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