Here is a curated list of articles, tutorials and courses that one can use to become a ‘self taught data scientist’. This list contains free learning resource related to data science and big data related techniques and concepts. Each element within this list provides with the level indicators like Rookie, Intermediate, Expert, which can help … More How to be a self taught data scientist?
As we all know in today’s world of quick results and insights nobody wants to spend time in understanding the core concepts of certain statistical terms while performing analytical routine. One statistical term that is talked a lot but known very less in terms of its mechanics is R Squared statistics a.k.a. coefficient of determination. … More R Squared Value Demystified
This is a short presentation on the basics of Business Analytics, its core elements along with some interesting bits when it comes to playing around with data. This presentation also covers some grey areas related to some most talked about statistic and their usability scenarios.
Here is a quick and crisp infographic that shows how to perform regression analysis in easy to follow 5 steps. Below are few more regression analysis related articles that you may like: How to create best subset regression model? How to deal with multicolinearity? Creating a linear model using R Deducer Beginners guide to hypothesis … More 5 Steps to Regression Analysis
This is one term which is quite popular amongst all the experienced, novice and budding analysts especially when dealing with linear regression model’s explanation power. This term is also called as coefficient of determination which is not known to many (I might be making this assumption based on my personal experience) compared to it’s original … More R Square for Dummies
Appeal to ignorance: A logical fallacy that considers the absence of evidence as evidence of absence. If something is not known to be right, assume that it is not right. Example: If I have no reason to think that anyone in a group wish me well, that is not a proof that nobody in that … More Interesting Statistical Terms to Amuse Others!
Another great opportunity within the health care data analytics sphere is learning from the past CAHPS results and working on some sort of strategy to improve the star ratings. This industry have some brightest minds in business but they are underutilized (this is my opinion). Below is one of the infographics that I did in … More US HealthCare CAHPS Analytics: Benchmarking
What is Design of Experiments? A methodology proposed by Ronald A. Fisher, in his ground breaking book The Design of Experiments (1935). DOE is a systematic approach to establish relationships between factors affecting the output of a process. In a layman’s language it is about finding the causal relationships of factors with the process and … More DOE – Design of Experiments
What Will Eisner an American cartoonist revealed in 1985 can be considered as a “Holy Grail” of effective graphical storytelling. Per Will Eisner, comics deal with words and images. Upon skillfully implementing these two elements while designing a graphical story can makes a visualization and in this context a comic, a great medium of storytelling. … More Sequential Art: What Makes a Comic Hit Can Make your Data Visualization a Superhit!