Data Science

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Why AI Will Play a Huge Role in Our World

It took nearly a century for the average household across the world to own a family car. Radio and television needed some three decades to become integral part of the everyday life of the people in every part of our planet. Personal computers entered our lives in the course of two decades. And with them, the age of artificial intelligence

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Data Analyst vs. Data Scientist: Two Data Careers Compared

Whenever you send an email, post a Tweet, run a search on Google, or buy something online, data is generated. In fact, data was generated as soon as you landed on this page, which tracks visitors.But, the data collected on the internet by itself is not very meaningful. In its raw form – which means before it has been analyzed

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Learn Python for Data Science: A Guide

According to a study by KDnuggets, Python was used by 65.6% of data scientists as of May 2018. The study found that Python was the most popular programming language, followed by R.There are many reasons why Python has become so popular in data science.First, Python has an easy-to-use syntax, which means that acquiring the language is not as difficult as

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Top 25 Python Interview Questions

Python is an in-demand programming language in the field of data science.In Stack Overflow’s 2019 Developer Survey, which studied the habits and preferences of over 90,000 developers, Python was found to be the fourth most-popular programming language favored by survey recipients. That’s not all: Python was the second “most loved” programming language in the study.While Python has a wide variety

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Data Science vs. Machine Learning

Jobs in data science, machine learning, and artificial intelligence are growing at an increasing rate, and skilled people in these fields are in high demand in the job market.According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of computer and information research scientists is expected to grow 16% by 2028, which the Bureau describes as “much faster than average.”If you’ve

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