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Melissa476 views

How do you pursue a career in data science?

I am majoring in computer science. What kind of projects could you build?

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Sam259 views

What side projects can I do as a beginner coder if I want to go into Data Science?

I have a decent foundation in Python, and I want to elevate my skills in data analytics/science. Are there any small projects I could do?

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Grant492 views

How can get job as a data analyst as an undergraduate?

I have degree in computer science and data science certification and I want to build a career in data science ,

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Aaru712 views

How should I start my journey to learn coding and programming so that I can pursue a career in data science?

i am a complete beginner to coding and i want to pursue a career in data science. i started watching tutorials on yt but i was unable to understand anything. i figured i should start with python however it is easier said than done. what can i do??

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Is it beneficial to take online courses on Coursera or Udemy to learn data skills if I want to go into Data Science/Anaytics If so, what should I start with?

I'm in Grade 10, I have some coding experience with Python, and I want to be able to build my skill set so that I have time to improve later during high school. I also want to be able to use those skills to help others (volunteering). I've seen so many "roadmaps" for learning data skills, and they're all different, so I hope someone can clear this up for me. Thanks in advance!

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Garette746 views

What is the definition of Artificial intelligence and what are the importance to the community, how can it be applied and enjoyed by common men. And those that are rich too

What is the definition of Artificial intelligence and what are the importance to the community, how can it be applied and enjoyed by common men. And those that are rich too

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Jolie408 views

how many time i need to learn python ??

i need to learn python in short time , any advice ?

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What kind of computer science related passion project should I do?

I am a junior in high school. I have heard the term passion project before, but I am unsure about what type of project to do. I am interested in Computer Science but want to differentiate myself from others with a unique project. What kind of project, using my skills from business as well, will look good for college admissions?

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Peyton257 views

What does a typical day look like as a data scientist? ?

Data science is a newer field, and companies are willing to pay too dollar for this talent!

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Blessing521 views

What is the likelihood that a career in Data Science will still be relevant in the next 15years?

I am a graduate student studying Business Intelligence and Cybersecurity. I recently developed an interest in Data Science. What steps do I need to take to become a successful data scientist, what is a typical day in the life of a data scientist and lastly is there a likelihood that a career in Data Science will still be relevant in the next 15years? #spring23

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Megan471 views

What can I do to find a mentor and begin my career in data analytics?

I have a bachelor degree in psychology with a vast interest in research so a solid base in statistics and SPSS. I am about halfway done with my data analytics course on Google to be a certified data analyst. Do you have any advice to help me get started?

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Zion539 views

I want to be a data scientist, what skills do i need?

I want to be a data scientist, but I do not know what skills I need to learn or what majors I should take in college.

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mia515 views

How do you be a data analyst ?

Is there collaboration as a team? What do you analyze in your career? Is there any other requirements to enter this career, example: certification or degrees?

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Sarah642 views

Is a Data Science BSc worth it?

I've gotten into a Data Science Bachelors program at the University of Bristol, and I was wondering if it is enough if I want to get into data science or machine learning roles in the future. Would I be disadvantaged as compared to stats/maths or computer science grads.

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Neela430 views

What is the difference between baseline computer science and data science/analytics?

Can a business degree include data science? Also does it still count as a STEM field?

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Ivy570 views

What is the recommended coursework for a computer science major who wants to enter the data science field directly after graduation?

I'm currently a rising college freshman aspiring to be a data scientist in the future. What courses should I take in college to set myself up for success?

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What's it like being a data scientist?

According to an article on Indeed, data scientists "may work in social media companies and use the user data to understand habits and suggest content that the users will enjoy. They may also work in politics and make predictions about the election results. In general, data scientists use the data from their analyses to solve real-world problems in business and politics." What other fields do data scientists use their knowledge and skills?

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Qinglin641 views

What aspects do data science job interviews typically cover?

I am graduating by the end of this year and have started building my resume and preparing for job interviews. I wonder if there is a "leet code" equivalence in the ds field that I should be working on? What types of questions do a data science job interview typically includes? Thank you in advance for your answer :D

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Genevieve573 views

Data Science/Scientist Questions

I recently learned about the field of Data Science. I'm seriously considering a career in Data Science because it combines my interests in math, computer science, research, and writing. I'm really interested in learning more about it as a career. My questions are: 1.) What do data scientists do? 2.) According to an article I found on Indeed, some things that data scientists may do include "working in social media companies and using the user data to understand habits and suggest content that the users will enjoy. They may also work in politics and make predictions about the election results. " What else may they work on besides this? I like the idea of studying retail data, or data on where college graduates relocate to. 3.) Does it involve a lot of math, or is it mostly computer-based? 4.) What are the pros and cons of this career? 5.) Is it in demand? When I was researching data science on LinkedIn, I found a disheartening number of posts by laid-off data scientists. 6.)How much education to you need to become a data scientist? 7.) Are data scientist jobs mostly in person or remote. If they're in person, where are they mostly located (e.g. East/West Coast, big cities, specific cities, etc.) 8.) Is it a popular career choice? Is it a popular career choice among women? 9.) What classes/self-study courses should I take to see if I would enjoy being a data scientist? 10.) Can you get an MBA with a focus in data science? If you can think of anything else that would be useful for me to know, I would really appreciate it. Thank you in advance!! :)

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Ridwan576 views

what do I need to know as a data scientist?

I am an Msc student in data science and artificial intelligence. I had no previous background in programming hence I find it difficult to cope.

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Dorothy742 views

What is the typical day in the life of an investigative journalist?

I am a sophomore in high school; I want to become an investigative journalist. I am currently interning at a non-profit where I report on topics such as poverty, poverty alleviation and other worldly issues, but I really want to get a feel for "digging" up stories that could possibly make a greater impact. What would this look like and how does this look like for you?

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Opportunities for data scientists?

I am a college student majoring in Environmental Science. I'm considering adding a second major of Data Science. However, I am wondering how many opportunities there are for data scientists that are not working for just any large company to help them maximize profits. For example, are there opportunities for data science in the renewable energy field, such as using data to problem solve/ figure out how to transition to renewable energy or similar topics? I am interested in environmental-related things but also any other interesting/ meaningful application of data science that I may not be aware of. Thank you for your time.

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What does a day in the life of a data scientist look like?

Looking to potentially become a data scientist in the future.

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Jessica486 views

What would I need to do in order to get a Data Science internship in college?

Are there any technical skills I need to be an expert on? Prior experience?

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isys671 views

what is the work culture like in the data science field

#datascience #career #computer-science

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Jessica594 views

How do you deal with impostor syndrome as a Data Scientist?

I heard a lot about those that start working after majoring in data science in college and they feel like they don't being. Some of their coworkers have extensive backgrounds in the field. I was wondering how one would overcome this. #datascience #impostorsyndrome #impostor

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Jessica862 views

What is the most frustrating part of a data scientist's job?

#datascience #data

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Mohamed584 views

Which program is better: integrated CSE Data Science at VIT or IT's CBIT +VNR's CSE

#science #question

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Aniya625 views

Should I do a dual degree or a double minor?

I'm a freshman in college. At the moment, I am majoring in information systems. I'm thinking of a future career in data science, more specifically as a data scientist. Though, as a freshman, this is subject to change. I was thinking of doing a dual degree in data science. But another option is to minor in statistics and computer science. P.S I already have my AA degree. #datascience #computer-science #college #minor #techonolgy #informationsystems #dualdegree #college-advice #statisics

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Jimmy685 views

Is there a place for data science generalists in the job market?

With some introspection these last few months, I found that no one field (e.g, analytics, natural language processing, experimentation, etc) in the data science space really draws me (though all are very interesting in their own way). With that being said, is it frowned upon in the job market to be more of a generalist data scientist than a specialist data scientist? In the past, my academic journey has allowed me to earn degrees in history, anthropology, mathematics, computer science, statistics, economics, political science. I suppose this conundrum I'm having in the data science space closely mirrors my experience back when I was an undergraduate. Perhaps a company or business may derive more value from someone who is more specialized in their subfield than someone who is fluent in most modalities but not particularly an expert in any one subfield. Though I would have to also add that domain knowledge and understanding of business context are important skills to have regardless if you're a generalist or specialist data scientist based on my what I've observed. #datascience #data #career #professionaldevelopment

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