Subject archive for "data-scientists," page 5

Data Science

Model Management and the Era of the Model-Driven Business

Over the past few years, we’ve seen a new community of data science leaders emerge.

By Nick Elprin10 min read

Data Science

Model Management and the Era of the Model-Driven Business

Over the past few years, we’ve seen a new community of data science leaders emerge.

By Nick Elprin10 min read

Data Science

Data Scientist? Programmer? Are They Mutually Exclusive?

This Domino Data Science Field Note blog post provides highlights of Hadley Wickham’s ACM Chicago talk, “You Can’t Do Data Science in a GUI”. In his talk, Wickham advocates that, unlike a GUI, using code provides reproducibility, data provenance, and the ability to track changes so that data scientists have the ability to see how the data analysis has evolved. As the creator of ggplot2, it is not a surprise that Wickham also advocates the use of visualizations and models together to help data scientists find the real signals within their data. This blog post also provides clips from the original video and follows the Creative Commons license affiliated with the original video recording.

By Ann Spencer7 min read

Data Science

Docker, but for Data

Aneesh Karve, Co-founder and CTO of Quilt, visited the Domino MeetUp to discuss the evolution of data infrastructure. This blog post provides a session summary, video, and transcript of the presentation. Karve is also the author of "Reproducible Machine Learning with Jupyter and Quilt".

By Domino39 min read

Perspective

Become A Full Stack Data Science Company

In this post, Hoda provides insight into how companies with a growing data science capability can structure their organization to ensure that data science provides them with a competitive advantage.

By Hoda Eydgahi10 min read

Data Science

0.05 is an Arbitrary Cut Off: "Turning Fails into Wins”

Grace Tang, Data Scientist at Uber, presented insights, common pitfalls, and “best practices to ensure all experiments are useful” in her Strata Singapore session, “Turning Fails into Wins”. Tang holds a Ph.D. in Neuroscience from Stanford University.

By Domino5 min read

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