Data practitioners often face multiple challenges when working across complex data architectures. To help, Hitachi Vantara developed the DataOps.NEXT Virtual Conference, happening May 14th from 9 am - 6 pm. Learn more about this totally free online conference.
During his Demystifying Data Science talk, Atif Kureishy (Global Vice President of AI & Deep Learning Products at Teradata) discussed how to use AI to merge offline and online activity in order to better serve customers while staying cost-efficient in the retail space.
In our latest Made at Metis post, read about two projects created during the bootcamp, including a tool for homeowners to determine if building a backyard home makes financial sense and a live local music recommender.
Now through June 15th, when you enroll in any of our upcoming Bootcamp Prep Courses (no matter the start date), you'll pay a reduced price of $499. During this difficult time, we hope this reduced tuition opens up more opportunities for those interested in building data science skills in a live online format.
Models provide necessary simplifications to a complex world. They reduce real-world phenomena into a set of key features and relationships that allow us to explain, analyze, and sometimes even predict. But there is a cost to these powerful benefits. In this post, Data Scientist Tony Yiu walks us through understanding the limitations of our models and their assumptions.
With the goal of helping readers "get a handle on what to expect in a Metis online bootcamp" and to provide "facts that let you make an informed decision about your future," Bootcamp Rankings recently published a comprehensive guide to our course offerings, detailing both the immersive Data Science Bootcamp and part-time Bootcamp Prep Courses.
One of the most commonly used charts for data visualization is the bar chart. But too often, the starting value of the y-axis is intentionally modified to skew our interpretation of the chart and the data. In this post, see examples and learn how to readily identify this issue.
Join us every Tuesday in April for Intro to Python, a free live online training series created for business professionals. Taught live via Zoom, participants can ask questions in real-time and chat with other attendees.
Once the concept of AI grabbed the attention of bootcamp graduate Alex Smith, she began a self-study regimen. “The more I learned about data science in particular, the more I became convinced not only of its power to solve difficult problems but convinced that I wanted to use this incredible toolset to solve problems that I care about,” she said. Read how she went from the humanities to a career in data science.
We recently hosted a webinar on Exploring the Adoption of Python in the Workplace, during which our team broke down Python for data science and analytics, explaining what drives adoption and how companies are reacting to the shift.