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Background

Last week’s TidyTuesday was all about wealth inequality in the United States. Since I work for a university, I have seen how students’ success varies among races. Looking back at their socio-economic backgrounds makes it quite obvious that wealth, hidden behind their races, plays its role in their success. …

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As a student, when I was starting to seriously consider Data Science (DS) as a career option, the first thing that came to mind was where I should start or even before that, what I should learn first! Like many others, I too started with an online course from John…

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Background

Let’s assume for a project you need data about your customers’ socioeconomic background such as the average income of the neighborhood where they live, education level, employment level, and so on. Typically such data are made available by some outsider public or private organizations and ideally provided through some sort…

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Finding out what’s missing in the data is one of those grinding data wrangling tasks of data science. Though they are missing data, if not pointed out and handled properly they can come back and haunt you in the long run!

While working in a project using Python, I found…

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Let’s assume that we have been hired by a winery to build a predictive model to check the quality of their red wine. The traditional way of wine testing is done by a human expert. Thus the process is prone to human error. …

“If you don’t find a way to make money while you sleep, you will work until you die.” — Warrent Buffet.

If you like to dabble in the stock market as a side hustle or just out of sheer curiosity, you may have faced the dilemma of how frequently you…

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What is R script automation and why?

In most use cases R is used to analyze data, run statistical tests and build model. In doing so, data scientists constantly interact with R by writing codes and produce results from these interactions. Eventually, these results are stored, shared or presented as a report. But what if you have…

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