The Curated History of Data Science, Part 2

She isn’t your typical English girl from the early 1800s. She’s a girl who, because of her fortunate and unfortunate family circumstances, ends up perfectly situated to become part of something that will revolutionize the world. Ginette: “For many reasons, she isn’t your typical English girl from the early 1800s. She’s a girl who at one point examines birds to discover their body-to-wing ratio so she can invent a flying

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Six Questions to Help You Build a Successful Data Product

It can be grueling work to discover exactly what people want, particularly in the data field. People often don’t know what they need, or what analytics can do for them. Questions Are Critical As a data scientist, this is where you come in—and your task can be Herculean. You have to find out what your audience actually needs. The best way to do this is by asking the right questions

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