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Doing Data Science: Straight Talk from the Frontline
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Each chapter-long lecture features a guest data scientist from a prominent company such as Google, Microsoft, or eBay teaching new algorithms, methods, or models by sharing case studies and actual code they use. Youll learn whats involved in the lives of data scientists and be able to use the techniques they present.
Guest lectures focus on topics such as:
- Machine learning and data mining algorithms
- Statistical models and methods
- Prediction vs. description
- Exploratory data analysis
- Communication and visualization
- Data processing
- Big data
- Asking good questions
Doing Data Science is collaboration between course instructor Rachel Schutt (also employed by Google) and data science consultant Cathy ONeil (former quantitative analyst for D.E. Shaw) who attended and blogged about the course.
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"I enjoyed Rachel and Cathy's book, it's readable, informative, and like no other book I've read on the topic of statistics or data science." --Andrew GelmanProfessor of statistics and political science, and director of the Applied Statistics Center at Columbia University
Bloggat om Doing Data Science: Straight Talk from th...
Rachel Schutt is a Senior Statistician at Google Research in the New York office and adjunct assistant professor at Columbia University. She earned a PhD from Columbia University in statistics, and masters degrees in mathematics and operations research from the Courant Institute and Stanford University, respectively. Her statistical research interests include modeling and analyzing social networks, epidemiology, hierarchical modeling and Bayesian statistics. Her education-related research interests include curriculum design. Cathy O'Neil earned a Ph.D. in math from Harvard, was postdoc at the MIT math department, and a professor at Barnard College where she published a number of research papers in arithmetic algebraic geometry. She then chucked it and switched over to the private sector. She worked as a quant for the hedge fund D.E. Shaw in the middle of the credit crisis, and then for RiskMetrics, a risk software company that assesses risk for the holdings of hedge funds and banks. She is currently a data scientist on the New York start-up scene, writes a blog at mathbabe.org, and is involved with Occupy Wall Street.