Tools in Data Science: Power BI

Intro There’s lots of data science tools at your disposal to perform analysis of data. Each tool in data science comes with benefits and drawbacks. One example of these tools is Power BI. Power BI Among the benefits of Power BI from Microsoft are the following: Power BI facilitates the process of data integration and… Continue reading Tools in Data Science: Power BI

Tools in Data Science: SAS

Intro There’s a bunch of tools to use as a professional in data science. Each tool has its respective strengths and weaknesses. One of those tools is SAS. SAS It’s one of the tools that is specifically designed for use in data science projects and statistical operations. SAS is a closed source software that is… Continue reading Tools in Data Science: SAS

Guide to Transform into A Data-Driven Business, Part 2

As was noted in the previous article, it will not sustain your business to risk the future of your company on intuition and educated guesses in the long term future in the current data-driven market. Create New Data through Existing Data The promise—and process—of producing value through ML for an enterprise is often challenged by… Continue reading Guide to Transform into A Data-Driven Business, Part 2

How do you decide which projects in data science are worth pursuing?

Almost every company has developed a data strategy. But what separates a good one from a great one? Further, how can an organization with a good strategy transition into one with great strategy? We can recognize failure when we see it. Resources are spent, teams are created, time passes by — but then it yields… Continue reading How do you decide which projects in data science are worth pursuing?

Wearing ‘Rich’ Or ‘Poor’ Clothing Impacts Split-Second Judgments of Competence

As humans, we are known for being judgmental—it’s one of our less favorable traits. It wouldn’t as bad if these judgements, particularly ones from first impressions, were not formed as quickly (typically in the time it takes to blink), as prone to mistakes, and as difficult to change. To this point, new research via Princeton… Continue reading Wearing ‘Rich’ Or ‘Poor’ Clothing Impacts Split-Second Judgments of Competence

Part 2 of the Most Important Skills for an Executive Director to Have

Intro In an organization, executive directors are members with a high rank who oversee complex, broad areas of administrative duties. They have a big role in setting the overall vision of a business. They are responsible for firing, hiring, and other administrative tasks. Last time, I discussed the most important skills that an executive director… Continue reading Part 2 of the Most Important Skills for an Executive Director to Have