Tag: curiousity

So you think you can ‘Data Science’ ?

“No, sir. CSV is not a database.” I said as I sipped my third cup of coffee at 9 am. That is how my day began. How about you? We all know the good old overly simplistic(?) role of Data Scientist – Data Cleaning, Exploration, Statistical modelling/Machine Learning and Visualizations. I don’t think this needs…
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January 11, 2019 0

Qualities of an elite data scientist

In my perspective, the following are the top qualities that can help to become an elite data scientist. The other characteristics can be built on these foundations. Curiosity: A key to smartness is curiosity. This helps a data scientist to be aware of what’s trending, keep learning and be persistent with the data. Such a…
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January 9, 2019 0

Becoming a Unicorn

Do you enjoy watching movies, and even more importantly predicting the outcomes?  Have you ever imagined yourself as a cyber crime detective?  Maybe you are currently interested in solving the meaning of life.  These interests all have one very important thing in common, and that is the desire to know how and why things happen.…
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January 7, 2019 0

Qualities that make a great data scientist

The first and foremost, in my opinion, is curiosity. The core of science is to understand how things work, or “being curious”. As the term “scientist” in “data scientist”, a great scientist always wonder and question “why/why not?”. For data science problems, data cleansing/preparation takes most of the time. This step means to discover data…
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January 6, 2019 0

Qualities that make a great data scientist

I would say that a few of the qualities that make a great data scientist are: Intense curiosity: data scientists should be innately curious about the data they are working with so that they will always be hungry for insights and how to improve their methodology Strong technical skills: they should have the background necessary…
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January 3, 2019 0