Ten Myths About Data Science

Click to learn more about author Daniel Jebaraj. Introduction Data Science is now being used as a competitive weapon. As with other technologies and processes that can transform the way companies operate, there’s a lot of contradictory information about it that’s causing considerable confusion. Most of today’s business leaders have heard that Data Science can […]

Revisiting the Data Science Suitcase

Click to learn more about author Steve Miller. Two years ago, I wrote a blog entitled “What Size is Your Suitcase?” in which I recounted a holiday shopping “dilemma” my wife and I experienced  as we purchased mutual gift suitcases. The muddle revolved on which size bags to buy – large ones that could handle […]

M.S. in Data Science Curriculum

Click to learn more about author Steve Miller. I’ve been blogging on Business Intelligence/Analytics/Data Science for 12 years. And I’ve been recruiting analytics candidates from top colleges for my consulting firms for even longer. Those who read my blogs know I’m pretty opinionated about what I look for in new grads, preferring students committed to […]

Essential Open Source Big Data Tools

Click to learn more about author Paul Bates. The analysis of Big Data is a phenomenon that has gained considerable momentum in the past decade. The transition into the information age has made the analysis and visualization of Big Data vital to the success of any business. Data visualization tools enable researchers to gain insight into […]

Data Science Collaboration: How to Centralize Data Science to Power Organizations

Domino Data Lab provides a Data Science platform that empowers organizations to drive their business through the use of predictive models. The platform accelerates breakthrough research and increases collaboration and productivity of data scientists. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in San Francisco. Organizations can use Domino Data Lab on-premises or in […]

SAS, R, and Python for Analytics

Click to learn more about author Steve Miller. I did a short consulting gig last year with a company that was building an analytic app driven largely from a web-based data repository. The data were stored as a collection of SAS data sets which “customers” would subset by uploading SAS data step and proc SQL […]

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