All Blog Posts Tagged '#datascience' (21)

Not All Data is Useful. An Insight into Data Fitment Analysis.

There is a tendency, even among people who should know better, to view the data that one has access to in an organization as being of perfect quality and utility. In reality, the data that any organization collects over time can range from being highly…


Added by Raja Dev on September 2, 2021 at 9:00pm — 7 Comments

The Secret behind Train and Test Split in Machine Learning Process

What is Data Science and Machine Learning?

 Data Science

  • Data Science is a broader concept and multidisciplinary.
  • Data science is a general process and method that analyze and manipulate data.
  • Data science…

Added by Shanthababu P on May 13, 2021 at 9:30pm — 1 Comment

Python Pandas - An in-depth tool for Data Analytics

Hey GEEKS! Here's my new blog on Pandas library, an in-depth tool for Data science learners.

It's never too difficult to transform your dataset into a valuable piece for your project. It requires deep research and study about knowing what is your interesting part of data.

Python enables you to get your hands dirty…


Added by Tooba Ahmed Alvi on May 1, 2021 at 1:30am — No Comments

Feature Engineering At a glance

Data Science Lifecycle revolves around using various analytical methods to produce insights and applying Machine Learning techniques to do the predictions from the collected dataset. The main objective is to achieve a business challenge.

The entire process involves…


Added by Shanthababu P on March 17, 2021 at 4:30am — No Comments

Six use cases in Blockchain Analysis

Blockchain analysis is the process of inspecting, identifying, grouping, modeling, and visually representing the data contained in the blockchain. As we…


Added by Isaac Rallo on March 15, 2021 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Supply Chain Analytics Need to Be Smarter

Mike Romeri, CEO


During the current COVID-19 pandemic, virtually all companies have faced significant changes in demand.  Some companies have seen significant increases (e.g., grocery chains, packaged food companies), and others have seen their revenue drop to unsustainable levels (e.g., air travel, hospitality, automotive). Still others have seen both outcomes if they serve different industry segments with very different levels of end-user demand.

While the…


Added by Betsy on July 21, 2020 at 5:22am — 1 Comment

With the start of the Santander League: #soccergraphR

With the start of the Liga Santander in Spain, I share a very interesting R library that I share with the community in social networks  @Vdot_Spain for all the analysts and data scientist of the football world.

According to @Vdot_Spain: "soccergraphR v0.1 MVP is the first step in helping analysts, journalists, and clubs understand and manage @OptaJose information with #Rstats. You can install it from…


Added by Noelia Gonzalez Rodriguez on December 16, 2019 at 12:00pm — No Comments

How to Set the Stage for a Successful Data Science Project: A Sales Person’s Perspective

By Pranay Agarwal and Betsy Romeri.

“They just don't understand me. I provide them with all the necessary details, all the data and analysis possible, but they don't seem to get it.” These were the comments of a data scientist at one of the largest CPG companies in Brazil as he vented to me over coffee and described how frustrating his last year had been. He definitely was feeling the heat from the business stakeholders. None of the major analytics initiatives that his team…


Added by Betsy on August 20, 2019 at 5:00am — No Comments

Hiring Strategy - from Campus to Competition!

Who is Data Scientist?



Added by Lakshmi Narasimhan Santhanam on August 17, 2019 at 7:30pm — No Comments

Hiring the right data scientist for the organisation

Any organisation needs talented, hardworking and skilled employees irrespective of department, business unit or a team. But finding and nurturing such talent can be challenging sometimes. When it comes to data science field, with rapid change and demand in the technology, many organisations have set up the data science teams. A successful data science team has 3 major strengths, A-availability of data, B- infrastructure and most importantly C - the “right” data scientists. 



Added by Rohit Walimbe on June 9, 2019 at 6:03am — No Comments

The Homogeneity and Location Index: An open-source Statistical Framework for the classification of ordinal categorical data

The analysis and classification of ordinal categorical data are central in most scientific domains and ubiquitous in governments and businesses.

Examples of ordinal data are either found in questionnaires for measuring opinions or self-reported health status. A well-known example of ordinal data is the Likert Scale [1]



Added by Ludovico Pinzari on June 1, 2019 at 3:35pm — No Comments

Creating a Culture that Works for Data Science and Engineering

Written by Allison Sullivan, PHD - Civis Analytics

Product management resources often focus on collaborating with engineering and design. However, products are increasingly powered by data science, and getting data science into production means teams need…


Added by Civis Analytics on October 22, 2018 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Deep learning based object classification model for Autonomous vehicles and Advanced Driver Assist System

Autonomous driving is the way to go forward.

Here is my article based on some of the work we have done in this field.

- Python-tensorflow based deep learning model for object classification trained on a novel data-set

- Trained and deployed on an embedded computing platform for real-time object detection…


Added by Rajshekhar Mukherjee on July 25, 2018 at 3:00pm — No Comments

Private Equity and Data Science: Due Diligence Stage

An emerging trend in the private equity space is an enhanced focus on data science.

This focus has historically been more on the operations side (post-acquisition) where data scientists have been leveraged to help companies improve performance in many key areas including marketing, business intelligence, financial analysis, and human resources. The advantage of focusing data scientists on the operations side is rather obvious: after an acquisition has occurred, the data challenges and…


Added by Howard Friedman on June 27, 2018 at 9:30am — 1 Comment

Developing a Logic Model for Program Evaluation

Before implementing a program, I like to first develop a logic model.  

This can be a fast exercise that can lead to insights into the strengths and weaknesses of the program design.  There are many different models used and I prefer a simple one with 4 basic parts:

1. Inputs—resources that go into a program including staff, materials, money, equipment, facilities,…


Added by Howard Friedman on June 20, 2018 at 11:53am — No Comments

Program Evaluation: 8 Steps

In business, we often implement programs and then try to determine if the program had an impact. This is an example of program evaluation where, more generally, program evaluation is a study conducted with the intent of determining how effective a given intervention (program) is at achieving a specific outcome.

What types of programs? That could be a cross-sell program, customer retention program, new advertising method etc.

Is this just A/ B testing? A/B testing is a great…


Added by Howard Friedman on June 20, 2018 at 3:02am — No Comments

Data Science: Lifecycle approach to data-driven value creation

Data science had broad applications across many different industries. 

If we focus on industries that are in the business of buying (some or all) of a company, then trying to improve the operations before selling then we can identify at least three critical stages for data science to play a significant role.

  1. Early Exploration: Mining databases for trend and customer insights
  2. Enhanced Pre-acquisition Analysis: Linking early exploration…

Added by Howard Friedman on May 29, 2018 at 9:00am — No Comments

Adding Program Evaluation to the Data Science Curriculum

We tried to do XYZ. Did it make a difference?”

Whether you are in the for-profit world or the not-for profit world, this is a very basic question that many people try to answer.  

You could be working at a bank trying to figure out which offer is most appealing to customers, at an online retailer figuring out which ad display gets the most clicks, at the Department of Education trying to test the effect of smaller class sizes, at the city government office trying to see if the…


Added by Howard Friedman on February 20, 2018 at 5:30am — No Comments

Catching up on Big Data & Healthcare

The health area is characterized by the management of huge data volumes. What if those data are processed and provided to the health professionals and their patients or, even to the health system at large? Not only one, two, three patients are healed but also it enables to enhance the population’s…


Added by Ernesto Mislej on October 25, 2016 at 7:30am — No Comments

The Three Pillars of Insurance Analytics

Understanding the Role of Analytics in Insurance Industry

The insurance industry is all about assessing risk and managing the same successfully. Life insurance industry operates intrinsically by balancing risk assessment and risk management. Compiled with a large volume of data the insurance industry operates with, arriving at meaningful…


Added by Eddie Soong on July 15, 2015 at 5:53am — No Comments

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