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"@ SC Zav, I would say you could help right there with that.  Smaller orgs are generally using very off the shelf products and don't pay too much attention to things like organization of data.  As a data scientist, being well informed…"
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"Great reminder on how those in the community can use their powers for good!For example, catchafire.com is an org that strives to put not-for-profits together with professionals to donate their time for a cause."
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SC Zav commented on VAMSI NELLUTLA's blog post Helping Non-Profit Organizations as a Data Scientist
"All true, however, not everybody collects and stores the data the same. How does one overcome this? Helping nonprofits, as an independent Data Scientist, is ideal for a retired person."
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"Good Insights. Using data science for social cause...excellent!"
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Helping Non-Profit Organizations as a Data Scientist

Data Scientists are considered to be highly technical professionals and are typically seen exercising their talent in conventional business industries. However, Data Science is a problem-solving field. Therefore, it can be applied in any field that uses set of data and determines patterns to make decisions. For this reason, Data Scientists have the ability to add value to non-profit organizations.Big Data and Non-profit OrganizationsLike many other business organizations, non-profit…See More
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Helping Non-Profit Organizations as a Data Scientist

Data Scientists are considered to be highly technical professionals and are typically seen exercising their talent in conventional business industries. However, Data Science is a problem-solving field. Therefore, it can be applied in any field that uses set of data and determines patterns to make decisions. For this reason, Data Scientists have the ability to add value to non-profit organizations.Big Data and Non-profit OrganizationsLike many other business organizations, non-profit…See More
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Teaching Data Science to High School Students

As Data Science becomes highly popular, more and more people are interested in pursuing a career in the field. It is not only about exploiting a multitude of opportunities but Data Science is actually an intriguing subject. It is incredibly stimulating for the mind and a perfect activity for those who like thinking outside the box.For the same reason, Data Science is now being taught at the level of high school. Young minds can be honed for this skill and prepared for a more complex global…See More
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Teaching Data Science to High School Students

As Data Science becomes highly popular, more and more people are interested in pursuing a career in the field. It is not only about exploiting a multitude of opportunities but Data Science is actually an intriguing subject. It is incredibly stimulating for the mind and a perfect activity for those who like thinking outside the box.For the same reason, Data Science is now being taught at the level of high school. Young minds can be honed for this skill and prepared for a more complex global…See More
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Process Excellence Leader with 20+ years of experience in Data Management and Six Sigma Methodologies. Microsoft Data Science Program Certificate Professional with multiple course certifications from Harvard, Stanford and MIT. Executive Trainer with great passion imparting practical training in super-hot Data Science and Machine Learning
(www.DallasDataScienceAcademy.com).
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Verizon
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VAMSI NELLUTLA's Blog

Helping Non-Profit Organizations as a Data Scientist

Posted on September 19, 2018 at 5:00pm 4 Comments

Data Scientists are considered to be highly technical professionals and are typically seen exercising their talent in conventional business industries. However, Data Science is a problem-solving field. Therefore, it can be applied in any field that uses set of data and determines patterns to make decisions. For this reason, Data Scientists have the ability to add value to non-profit organizations.

Big Data and Non-profit Organizations

Like many other business organizations,…

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Teaching Data Science to High School Students

Posted on September 6, 2018 at 10:09am 0 Comments

As Data Science becomes highly popular, more and more people are interested in pursuing a career in the field. It is not only about exploiting a multitude of opportunities but Data Science is actually an intriguing subject. It is incredibly stimulating for the mind and a perfect activity for those who like thinking outside the box.

For the same reason, Data Science is now being taught at the level of high school. Young minds can be honed for this skill and prepared for a more complex…

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Soft Skills Every Data Scientist Must Possess

Posted on August 17, 2018 at 6:23am 2 Comments

It is very easy to assume that Data Scientists are highly technical people. Ones who invest all their intellect into interpreting data, concluding smart insights, and offering strategies accordingly. However, this assumption is quite quick to make and presents an incomplete image of any Data Scientist.

Due to such assumptions, many people, even recruiters, only focus on the hard skills of Data Scientists. In reality, a good Data Scientist also possesses the right combination of hard…

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How Can Project Managers Use Data Science?

Posted on July 20, 2018 at 1:41pm 0 Comments

Big data, Data Science, and smart insights! These are terms we commonly hear and read when discussing business decisions, industry competition, and customer needs. As the years pass by, our world is becoming a highly connected global village, which has only boosted the business industry. The more connected we become, the more data there is. Therefore, we only have more opportunities to convert it and provide better solutions to the world.

While the steadily growing field of Data…

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