What’s in a data scientist’s toolbox

These terms and technologies are commonly used by data scientists:

  • Data visualization: the presentation of data in a pictorial or graphical format so it can be easily analyzed.

  • Machine learning: a branch of artificial intelligence based on mathematical algorithms and automation.

  • Deep learning: an area of machine learning research that uses data to model complex abstractions.

  • Pattern recognition: technology that recognizes patterns in data (often used interchangeably with machine learning).

  • Data preparation: the process of converting raw data into another format so it can be more easily consumed.

  • Text analytics: the process of examining unstructured data to glean key business insights.

  • Pattern recognition: technology that recognizes patterns in data (often used interchangeably with machine learning).

  • Data preparation: the process of converting raw data into another format so it can be more easily consumed.

  • Text analytics: the process of examining unstructured data to glean key business insights.

 

 

 

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