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What is Big Data?

Take a moment to think about how much data Amazon has to deal with every day. Amazon has to track customer purchases, refunds, make recommendations for products, and update delivery dates at different times of the day. How do you think Amazon keeps up with all of this data? The answer lies, at least in part, in

5 Data Mining Project Ideas to Build Your Knowledge

Data mining is defined as the practice of analyzing large databases in order to generate new information. Data mining techniques are used in various sectors, including retail, banking, medicine, television and radio. Data mining is an intersection of machine learning (ML) and statistics.Professionals who work in the data mining field look through large volumes of data or

What Is Data Analysis?

Data analysis is everywhere in the world. Governments are using data analysis to monitor the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Streaming sites leverage data to recommend new movies for you to watch. Shopping sites use data analysis to identify trends in what you purchase so that they can recommend other items you may want to buy.But you

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What Is Database Management?

Data is a crucial part of modern businesses. Using data, businesses can make more informed decisions about their products. For instance, an e-commerce business can use data on best-selling products to decide what type of product should be released next. Organizations like governments and charities also make extensive use of data.You may find yourself asking: how is

How to Learn Data Science

Data science is an in-demand career for good reason: data is everywhere you look on the Internet, from social media messages to the record of your purchases on e-commerce sites. Data helps businesses make more informed decisions and improve their services.You may be wondering to yourself: how do I learn about data and data science? That is

What is Data Visualization?

Data visualization, a method of presenting data through charts, is everywhere. Governments have used charts to show various data points about the COVID-19 pandemic, while businesses use charts to show sales information, customer growth, and market sizes.By using charts, data can be visible — accessible — to anyone, not just those who have analyzed and prepared that

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