Visualizations are a great data exploration technique. Our human minds are better able to understand and retain visuals than scripts or text. Visualizations, apart from giving us a good general overview of the data, entail us with an intuitive understanding of the distribution of the dataset and its trends.
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Women are an integral part of data science and mathematics, and we must continue to encourage women and young girls to enter into the field of technology, the sciences and mathematics. The following are the top 12 quotes about data from women. Continue reading Top 12 Data Quotes From Women
NEW YORK – AUGUST 21, 2016 – Five Element Analytics, LLC, a leading data science and analytics company unveiled its new logo illustrating the company’s mission and vision for data science, and its’ dedication and commitment to serving customers with the continued passion and love for uncovering insights from data.
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The aim of this paper is to study the search behavior of users, based on their Google search query terms, and to find similarities between search behaviors of a pool of users. We want to identify the types of searches that are central to other searches. These searches would ideally lead to searches of other kinds, and it would be conducive to invest in Google ads for searches of this type. Continue reading Tracing Search Behavior using Social Network Analysis
R has a vast array of useful and versatile functions that excel at statistical data analysis. These functions can come in quite handy for data wrangling as well, contrary to the public notion of R being un-suitable for manipulating data. This article demonstrates the use of the merge function through a case example in R. Continue reading A Tricky Merge Executed Simply in R