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Tag: Analysis

✚ Analysis as Detective Work (The Process #62)
Analysis and visualization are often a messy process that never matches up to the step-by-step guides you read, but that's normal.Tags: analysis, messy
30 Data sets to Uplift your Skills in Data Science
Need a data set to practice with? Data Science Dojo has created an archive of 30 data sets for you to use to practice and improve your skills as a data scientist.
A look into Major League Baseball. Does the shift work?
Argue all you want, nobody was better on the Baseball diamond than Ted Williams. The last player to finish the season with an avg above .400, Teddy Ballgame was also one of the first recipients of the defensive archetype that is taking the game by storm today: The Shift.
Marketing Analytics Tools For Success
What do you normally find in a toolbox? A hammer, screwdriver, nails, tape measure? If you're building a tree house, these would be perfect for you, but what if you are creating a marketing campaign? It's okay if you can't come up with any. We're here to help.
Don’t Let Ad Hoc Analysis Drag you Down
Hello Peter, what's happening? Ummm, I'm gonna need you to go ahead come in tomorrow to build that report.
✚ No Data, Chart Dies
If the charts themselves are fairly straightforward without any dubious design choices, are you still "lying with charts" when only the data itself was manipulated?Tags: analysis, components
What To Know About Using Artificial Intelligence For Big Data Analysis
For the past many decades of hope and promise, 2018 may finally be the year when AI will gain meaningful traction and use within the Fortune 1000 companies. A survey conducted by New Vantage Partners represented around 97.2% of the executives who were willing to invest in launching and facilitating …
Podcast Listens Analysis
I’ve been telling everyone that I’d do something “data fun” when I hit 20K Twitter followers, so I posted an analysis of my podcast listeners! I used python and pandas in a Jupyter notebook for the first part, then I did a dashboard in Tableau for the last part.
How To Mine Your GMail with Google Takeout and MongoDB
Google has really been on the up-and-up lately with a service called Google Takeout that allows you to export your data from its cloud. For the thoughtful cloud user who is becoming increasingly concerned about privacy, accidental data loss, or data ownership, this is a product that’s sure to please. …
Understanding the Reaction to Amazon Prime Air (Or: Tapping Twitter’s Firehose for Fun and Profit with pandas)
On Cyber Monday eve, Jeff Bezos appeared in a 60 Minutes segment and revealed to the world that he’s been working on an experimental effort called Amazon Prime Air. The general idea behind Amazon Prime Air is that Amazon may one day deliver relatively lightweight items directly to your doorstep …
What Do Tim O’Reilly, Lady Gaga, and Marissa Mayer All Have In Common?
This post examines the followers of some popular Twitter users as the final installment of a multi-part series about exploring Twitter influence by asking the (Freakonomics-inspired) question, What do Tim O’Reilly, Lady Gaga, and Marissa Mayer all have in common? Although it may initially seem like an obnoxious question to …