The world has been witness to some profound changes over the past couple of decades. For example, we can shop for furniture without needing to leave our house or even send money halfway across the world with a few taps on your smartphone’s screen. However, there is one aspect of human existence that has undergone some of the most profound changes of them all — learning. Yep. Today, education is no more confined to schools, colleges, or other educational facilities. Today, students have not…Continue
Added by Ryan Williamson on May 6, 2020 at 8:52pm — No Comments
Artificial Intelligence is spreading its wings almost everywhere. Starting from the businesses to even the agricultural fields, AI is powering the world in many ways than one. There have been various discussions surrounding the fact that AI has the potential to impact the education sector as well. There seems to be various possibilities that Artificial Intelligence is expected to spur innovation in the field of education. Starting from becoming a latest form of…Continue
Added by Samual Alister on May 21, 2019 at 5:10am — No Comments
Anyone who has followed that last few presidential elections has seen how easily data can go from a hero to a zero. Nate Silver was a genius when his model and analysis successfully predicted Obama's electoral wins with great precision in 2008 and 2012. However, after the 2016 election, Mr. Silver and the value of data fell precipitously from grace in the eyes of political pundits and many voters.
Those of us who know better, well... know better. The problem wasn't with the data or…Continue
Evolution or Revolution?
The part of enormous information in medication is one where we can construct better wellbeing profiles and better prescient models around individual patients with the goal that we can better analyze and treat sickness.
One of the fundamental restrictions with medicine today and in the pharmaceutical business is our comprehension of the biology of sickness. Huge information becomes an integral factor…Continue
Added by Linda Hartman on January 28, 2016 at 4:30am — No Comments
Assume you were going to move to another city with which you weren't familiar . What elements would you consider while picking an area, road or address as your new home? Obvious things like housing prices, crime rates, and proximity to schools and public transportation would play into your decision. Nevertheless, some factors have influence especially on you.…Continue
Added by Linda Hartman on December 22, 2015 at 2:30am — No Comments
DJ Patil is arguably the most well-known data scientist in the world. He’s the Chief Data Scientist for the White House, he built the first data science team at LinkedIn, and along with Jeff Hammerbacher, is credited by Forbes as coining the term data scientist.
So, How does Patil's journey compare to those of the…Continue
Added by Daniel Levine on November 12, 2015 at 10:30am — No Comments
Despite years of criticism and negative publicity, Hedge funds have evolved as higher return generating machines. Thanks to all those amazingly weird Hedge Funds strategies. If you try to look at the overall picture, you will find that Hedge funds have now become a part of Wall Street’s eco-system.
Hedge funds strategies and hedge Funds in themselves have made headlines over the years due to various reasons. You will be awe struck when you find out what kinds of perks are given by…Continue
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Good day! Sharing a news –
CERN has published an Open Data Portal where you can play with their data for education or research. And, it actually has data from experiments of the Large…Continue
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According to recent survey by Burtch Works.
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Over four months ago I, with two partners, began crafting a handbook to inform students and young professionals about the data science industry. We interviewed over 30 data scientists, data analysts, CEOs, and academic professionals from the Chief Economist at Google to the founder of Cloudera. …Continue
Added by Brian Liou on May 22, 2014 at 8:26am — No Comments
This is a compilation has everything you need to jumpstart your skills in the core tasks of data transformation, modeling, and visualization.
tl;dr: Coursera and John Hopkins have a new course called The Data Scientist's Toolbox. https://www.coursera.org/course/datascitoolbox
Below is a list of popular analysis from Rexer's 2013 survey. The table is biased towards customer transaction, text,…
Added by Peter Higdon on March 25, 2014 at 9:01am — No Comments
When I stumbled upon the phrase "Data Scientist" 3 years ago, I immediately recognized it as my best prospect for a productive career. How to start? What are the tools of the trade?
This is the blog post I wish I could have read back then.
Many of the things I list here didn't exist or were unstable until recently.
I discovered the "predictive analytics" rabbit hole and started to read and watch whatever I could find on the subject. Upon watching the Gigaohm…
Big Data is big in nature, however Education data is not that big yet compared to Big Data. Quantitative analysis, Audio-Video recorded data of Education related research and general research work conducted by the academic institutions is steadily increasing. The data change is started within our education system as our students are taking exams, courses, conducting their research using computerized means. This means that the searching behaviors of students or whoever associated with…Continue
Added by Atif Farid Mohammad on October 27, 2013 at 7:39pm — No Comments