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The Most Popular Language For Machine Learning Is ...
What programming language should one learn to get a machine learning or data science job? That's the silver bullet question. It is debated in many forums. I could provide here my own answer to it and explain why, but I'd rather look...
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An ode to the analytics grease monkeys (analytics deployment = ROI)
Here is a guest post by my colleague Erick Brethenoux, Director, IBM Analytics Strategy, Decision Management & Initiatives. He provides a new and interesting angle on a very important topic that I discussed several time here: analytics and data...
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Data Science Automation
Will data scientists disappear soon? I am asking the question as I see more and more papers about why data scientists may be a parenthesis in history. Latest I read is Will The 'Best Job Of 2016' Soon Beco...
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Tidy Data In Python
Is your data tidy or messy? If you are not sure about how to answer this question, don't worry, you'll understand it in a minute. This question has to do with an issue that keeps busy data scientists (or statisticians, or machine learners,...
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Top Posts For 2015
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I wish all my readers, their families, and their friends, all the best for 2016. May your dreams come true. I also want to warmly thank you, my readers, for your continued interest. This led me write more entries than ever, with 54 entries in...
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Analytics Landscape
A great way to explain the value of analytics is to speak about the analytics maturity model . This model contains two pieces. First, analytics is a two step process: insights are generated from data, then decisions are made based on these...
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Predicting Cyclist Speed
I have been the 'data scientist' on the IBM team that helped Dave Haase run the Race Across America (RAAM) this year. This project exemplified quite a few of the classical tips of data science documents in The Inconvenient Truth&n...
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Where Is Operations Research In Social Media?
Michael Trick's State of Operations Research Blogging discusses the fact that OR blogging is vanishing while twitter activity around OR is increasing. As an example of the latter, look for #ismp2015 on twitter and...
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Actionable Insights
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It is good practice to eat your own food. I should be no exception. In my post on the role of data science I was blaming data scientists who left business users without any clue about how to use the insights they produce. I...
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The Role Of Data Science
I am sure I'll get flamed for this post, given how hyped data science is. Let me first say that I do not pretend to define what data science is, others, probably more qualified than me, have done it well. For instance, I like this...
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