As Covid-19 continues to shape the global economy, analytics and business intelligence (BI) projects can help organisations prepare and implement strategies to navigate the crisis. According to the Covid-19 Impact Survey by Dresner Advisory Services, most respondents believe that …Continue
Dear Aspiring Data Scientist,
Before you start using ‘low code’ or ‘drag & drop’ data science tools, please learn the fundamentals.
Why aspire to be ‘Citizen Data Scientist’…Continue
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Covid-19 has brought misery to the world, many lives have been lost, cities wear a deserted look and economies are on the verge of collapse.…
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Finding creatives ways to put climate change in the limelight is essential to motivating the intensity of participation that delivers action. There are different ways to do so – from drawing attention to climate change at major events including …Continue
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Why do we take logs of variable in Regression analysis?
We should remember that a regression equation has two parts
i) The Dependent variable (Predictand)
ii) The Independent variables (Predictors) ; which can be one or more and can be of different types (Categorical or Continuous).
The nature of the regression that we should run depends on the type of Dependent variable that we are dealing with in our model. For example, if the dependent variable is Continuous…Continue
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Digital advertisement spends are surpassing traditional ad spends (TV, print, outdoor). Most brands have…Continue
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Data Science and Machine Learning are furtive, they go un-noticed but are present in all ways possible and everywhere. They contribute significantly in all the fields they are applied and leave us with evidence which we can rely on and take data-driven directions. Today, a very interesting area we are going to see an example of Data Science and Machine Learning is ‘Crimes’. We are going to focus on types of crimes taken place across…Continue
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If you are a recent graduate or someone preparing for your first data scientist position, then here are some tips to help you ace your interview!…Continue
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Users who bought this… Also bought this…‘, I consider this as the statement of this generation. There is not a single shopping application not showcasing this feature to gain more from the buyers. This rule is another by-product of Machine Learning. We humans always look for more similar things which we like for example if a reader starts to like a book of the specific genre say ‘biography’ he/she is leaned towards having more such similar books. And this is what we call…Continue
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We live in a world where the amount of data has increased on a large scale in various fields. Websites track user activities, marketers collect the customer’s purchasing history, so-called “Quantified-Selfers” collect the user’s sleeping patterns and heart rates, and so on.
With the availability of vast amounts of data, most industries have started focusing on leveraging valuable insights from it. Those insights can give businesses a competitive advantage in the market and…Continue
I always wondered how our life would have been if Google hadn’t been there. We depend on most of things from our personal to professional life on Google and it’s app. Not even a single day goes by without accessing any of these Google apps. Our life is partially dependent on Google. My Mom always use to say there are two world which exists One where they were born and raised a pre-google era and One where we are born in a post-google era. It has made our life easier, flexible and…Continue
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I finished the initial version of my second book Automated Data Science and Artificial General Intelligence. It is version 1.0 to get things started. I will work in this direction my entire life, there is a lot more to be done. Any feedback is welcomed, enjoy :)Continue
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In the first article of this series, I had touched upon key concepts and processes of Data Science. In this article, I will dive in a bit deeper. First, I will define what is Statistical learning. Then, we will dive into key concepts in Statistical learning. Believe me; it is simple.
As per …Continue
In 2006, Clive Humbly, UK Mathematician, and architect of Tesco’s Clubcard coined the phrase “Data is the new oil. He said the following:
We are dealing with plethora of data and information in the world today and expectation is to predict and forecast how we can gain competitive advantage based on the information that we have, to act in advance. We look forward to define and furnish various methods based on our gut feel, past historical data, simple mathematical averages, and many more to get an incredibly precise prediction. With advanced analytics and data science, we develop “always-on” forecasting…
Does Big Data mean Hadoop? Not really, however when one thinks of the term Big Data, the first thing that comes to mind is Hadoop along with heaps of unstructured data. An exceptional lure for data scientists having the opportunity to work with large amounts data to train their models and businesses getting knowledge previously never imagined. But has it lived up to the hype? In this article, we will look at a brief history of Hadoop and see how it stands today.
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One of the most significant characteristics of the evolving digital age is the convergence of technologies. That includes information management (databases), data…Continue
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The aviation industry is a sector involving high cost and security concerns. Analytics in this sector has huge potential, as varied data can be collected at each touch point showcasing customer interests. Crucial factors such as weather forecast should be critically analyzed using sophisticated tools to ensure passenger safety. A lot of logistics complexity also lies straight from building an aircraft to safe take–off and landing. Also, since customers pay the highest prices in this form of…Continue
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