Data science is becoming the pulse of the industry as they provide the minute details to speed up marketing campaigns, enhance business opportunities, drive excellence and earn profit in business by making intelligent decisions.
As a result, the job market for data science professionals is proliferating. The scope in the field of Data Science is vast and opens up several innovative opportunities by 2020 and beyond. Learn data science skills and become one among the…Continue
Added by Yoey Thamas on September 20, 2019 at 1:00am — No Comments
Aren’t all good data scientists’ great data scientists? As much as we’d like to think good data scientists to be great data scientists, it isn’t. No doubt good data scientists are a rarity. But great ones are even more difficult to find. It is a bigger challenge like finding a needle in a haystack.
Data science industry is a thriving industry. Multiple organizations have started implementing data science practices for better future predictions. Moving to a data…Continue
Added by Yoey Thamas on September 17, 2019 at 1:00am — No Comments
According to the “Future of Jobs 2018” report, it is said that with advancement in machines and artificial intelligence it is likely that these technologies will replace 75 million jobs by 2020. Data scientist remains to be one of the trending careers, and those interested in pursuing data science as a career must first have the right skill set to land a job in this field.
As more companies become data-driven, professionals skilled in data science…Continue
“Information is the oil of 21st century and analytics is the combustion engine” ~ Gartner
Big data is the new oil and there’s no denying to this fact. In certain ways the analogy fits, it is easy to draw attention about how information (data) is used to power much of the transformative technology that we see today such as predictive analysis, automation and artificial intelligence etc.
As technology move…Continue
Added by Aileen Scott on February 10, 2019 at 6:30pm — No Comments
It isn’t too unusual for surveys to contain open-ended questions: respondents would be free to enter their comments in any manner. More on an operational basis, not surveys but rather client systems might hold such comments; and not the respondents themselves but customer service agents would be responsible for entering the information. These same agents would likely classify the nature of the exchange or comments maybe using drop-down menu choices, radials, and check-boxes. One approach…Continue
Added by Don Philip Faithful on February 25, 2017 at 10:47am — No Comments
If I want to build a house, wouldn't it be wise to learn carpentry? Does the analogy hold for data-analytic multivariate models? Or is it simply enough to let a machine do it, with no knowledge by the machine operator of how to interpret the results from those modeling efforts? Or is it true, as one person has recently asserted, that he could replicate ALL statistical procedures and techniques using MapReduce, without knowing anything about statistics and probability, or the vast collection…Continue