Fifteen Questions to Test Your Statistics Knowledge

Data Scientists need a decent grasp of statistics — how do you rate?

I see a lot of debates online about how much math a data scientist really needs to know. As an ex-pure mathematician turned data scientist I fall squarely on the side of ‘a lot’. The danger of applying methods when you don’t know the mathematical basis for how…

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Expert and Author in Applied Mathematics, Data Science, Statistics. Also writes History, Science, Culture. Find me on LinkedIn or Twitter or keithmcnulty.org

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Keith McNulty

Keith McNulty

Expert and Author in Applied Mathematics, Data Science, Statistics. Also writes History, Science, Culture. Find me on LinkedIn or Twitter or keithmcnulty.org

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