Posts Tagged "data science"

Don’t Fear The Model

Don’t Fear The Model

When you think of a model as a tool, it’s easy to understand there are correct and incorrect ways to use it.

Every Angle Matters

Every Angle Matters

How Zimbabwean sculptures led me to recognize the importance of perspective in data science.

Take A Step Back

Take A Step Back

Ellsworth Kelly was a unique and influential contemporary artist, but what can his work teach us about data science?

The Evolution To Data Scientist

The Evolution To Data Scientist

While fundamental skills will always be needed to do the job, there’s no set path to becoming a data scientist.

The Three Species of Business Intelligence

The Three Species of Business Intelligence

There may be something missing from your business intelligence system.

The Elicit Scholar

The Elicit Scholar

As Dr. K. Anders Ericsson says: “Elite performers engage in ‘deliberate practice.'” Just like we do at Elicit.

Sympathy For The Weatherman

Sympathy For The Weatherman

Conveying complex and predictive information to an unknown audience is just about as easy as it sounds.

Be Your Own Best Resource

Be Your Own Best Resource

There comes a time in everyone’s career when it’s time to start figuring it out on your own.

Ockham’s Razor

Ockham’s Razor

Before you commit to a method or model, stop and ask yourself: What’s the simplest way to approach this problem?

Heart And Science

Heart And Science

Your data has been working for corporations for years. Isn’t it time that your data starting working for you?

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