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76. What is it like to be a data scientist?
October 19, 2019


As a data scientist, what one does during the course of a day does vary quite a bit. Hence, on any given day a data scientist could be doing any of the following (in no particular order): Writing project proposals. Acting as the technical resource in sales meetings. Networking with customers. Exploring new technologies. Attending courses. Mentoring junior data scientists. Leading project teams. Analyzing data. Gaining domain knowledge by talking to customers. Defining business cases Brainstorming solutions to problems. Designing predictive models. Deploying models into produc... (read more)

Author: Harris Elahi

77. Why Should We Integrate Radiology Information System?
October 18, 2019


online DICOM viewer is only available in internet e-book format, so in case you desire a paper copy for now you are going to have to print it yourself. Naturally, it's wise to buy a system which adheres to the current guidelines of the law. It is crucial that if investing for RIS systems, the units have to be affordable but very powerful. Inside each hospital, among the most essential devices is the radiology information system computer software. You ought to be aware that a radiology information process is basically an electronic health record system that is always employed for radiology... (read more)

Author: Shovon Joarder

78. What are good MSc data science courses in the UK?
October 09, 2019


Today Data Science has increasing demands in all aspects from business to marketing and finance to education. It provides huge career options and these will only increase in the future. Below are some of the leading universities for MSc Data Science in the UK. These universities prepare students and develop their skill and knowledge in order to achieve their career goals. * University of Edinburgh - MSc in Data Science at the University of Edinburgh is the study of computation methods and principles for extracting knowledge from given data. This university offers both full time and ... (read more)

Author: Harris Elahi

79. Data Science Jobs: Which cities outside London in the UK are best for data science jobs?
October 08, 2019


Manchester is a good city for data science jobs now and especially in the future. During July 2018, the University of Manchester announced that it was seeking corporate partners to develop one of its Campuses to become a mixed-use district to attract technology and science occupants in order to develop in areas including artificial intelligence. The university reported that this project could potentially create up to 6,000 jobs and over $2.5 billion in growth during the next 20 years. During the coming years, the city also plans to experiment with IOT - Internet of Things technology... (read more)

Author: Harris Elahi

80. Data Science Career: What are the best entry-level positions that could lead to a career in data sc
October 07, 2019


The best entry-level positions that could lead to a career in data science would ideally be related entry-level jobs which involve analyzing large datasets. These could be for instance: * Data Analyst * Business Intelligence Analyst * Business Analyst * Quantitative Finance * Software Engineering with a focus on Machine Learning. * Research experience with a professor (or similar) that works with large datasets. The related- entry jobs would certainly do your case no harm however, AN ENTRY LEVEL DATA SCIENCE POSITION would definitely be the best way to start your data science... (read more)

Author: Harris Elahi

81. Data Science Jobs: Are actual data science jobs fun?
October 04, 2019


Depending on the persons aptitude and passions some aspects would be more fun then other aspects. For example data cleaning could be argued as being frustrating, and monotonous. However, on the other hand it can be argued as being very satisfying; the process of taking some raw data that's stored in some less-than-useful format and coming up with an elegant solution to get it into the format that you think you want can be a lot of fun – especially when you're able to do the whole process without leaving data frames. A lot of satisfaction can be gained in having an open-ended question or proble... (read more)

Author: Harris Elahi

82. Reasons to Integrate The DCM File Viewer in Your Props
October 04, 2019


At times, you simply require a tool or program to rapidly open and view certain files without needing to install cumbersome software to access them. Though this software is offered from several vendors, they are costly and beyond the range of the typical radiologist. As a few of these programs are made to run on image data in non-DICOM formats (for example, Analyze and NIFTI), DICOM data should be converted using applications like DCM file viewer. The activation process doesn't collect any personal info. It will associate the hardware on which the software is installed with the serial num... (read more)

Author: Shovon Joarder

83. Data Science Careers: How do I find a data science job without experience?
September 30, 2019


Before one can think about applying for jobs you need to build the right foundation for yourself, and make sure you have got the skill set that employers are looking for. Luckily there are many resources for people out who want to learn about statistics, machine learning or data science. For instance one can take free online courses from platforms such as Coursera, EdX and even Udemy. Once you have gained the basic foundation, you can get some on-the-job learning and if it comes to it even internships could prove to be very useful, so definitely don't turn them down! In some cases inter... (read more)

Author: Harris Elahi

84. Data Science Jobs: What is the future of data science as a career...
September 27, 2019


Here in the UK there is a growing demand for data scientists, much so that the growing demand is leaving the UK vulnerable to skills shortages. As of May 2019 demand for workers with specialist data skills like data scientists and data engineers has more then tripled over 5 years (+231%), according to a labour market analysis report commissioned. For Your Information: We are currently building an online careers portal - datasciencejobs for those who are aspiring to work within big data or who already work within the field and are looking for careers specifically within the areas of data s... (read more)

Author: Harris Elahi

85. Data Science Jobs: Is data science really a rising career...?
September 26, 2019


Yes, Data science is a rising career if you look at a career in terms of job trends in relation to growth. Stats show that the US could potentially have as many as 250,000 open data science jobs by 2024 and that the data science skills gap will mean that companies are scrambling to train or hire talent in the coming years. The reasons why data science is such a fast growing job are due to the following reasons: The amount of data has skyrocketed. Due to the fact that the amount of data has grown exponentially, so has the need for people that can read and analyze it. Data driven decisions... (read more)

Author: Harris Elahi

86. Data Science Careers: How do I learn data science by myself?
September 26, 2019


Well, it probably isn't possible to learn data science all by oneself, although its certainly possible to learn parts of data science on your own. Putting everything together would require the help of other people, for example a mentor or a group of people who can guide you through processes, what is important, tips etc.. Ofcourse there are many resources online that can help you learn, tutorials, courses etc and there is no doubt that you can get pretty good, however you need to be confident that you can use and assimilate your learning in practical and novel situations. For Your In... (read more)

Author: Harris Elahi

87. Data Science jobs: What major should I choose if I want to be a data scientist?
September 26, 2019


The following degree subjects may be particularly useful: computer science data science/computer and data science engineering mathematics mathematics and operational research physics statistics, or any other subject that tests your analytical skills. Some large employers offer data science graduate training schemes, which take roughly two years to complete. However, some schemes will accept graduates from any discipline and others will specify the degree subjects they will accept. For Your Information: We are currently building an online careers portal - datascientistjobs for ... (read more)

Author: Harris Elahi

88. Data Science Jobs: Why is data science important?
September 26, 2019


To answer the question why data science is important you have to consider what data science and big data can do for the average citizen: The results of data science are already working their magic in our day to day lives. Take for instance the internet. There are more websites than one can imagine (a quick google search suggests 1 billion which is a figure that is actually hard to imagine). Every time you use Google to search, data science is working in the background to sift through those 1 billion websites in order to bring you the information you want. Data science brings us Facebook and Tw... (read more)

Author: Harris Elahi

89. Data Science Careers: Do data scientists code?
September 26, 2019


Most of them can, however some don’t. A number of years ago very few people were using the job title “data scientist”, the internet was still in its infancy and coding was a must. Nowadays, with many algorithms already worked out and available online, coding doesn't seem to be a "must" any more. If you decide you're not a coder, and you want an alternative path to becoming a data scientist, then perhaps statistics is the way to go. For Your Information: We are currently building an online careers portal - datascientistjobs for those who are aspiring to work within big data or who alr... (read more)

Author: Harris Elahi

90. Data Science Careers: Can a Software Engineer become a Data Scientist?
September 26, 2019


Well it is certainly possible to go from being a Software Engineer to becoming a Data Scientist and people have done it, although it is by no means easy. You would need to fully understand core concepts and techniques in data science and this could be gained by for example starting courses online. One could learn python for data science on courses on Udemy for instance, however this is easier said then done. It can be a time consuming process, especially when you have a job in a totally different field. You would need to be pretty determined to get through it. As well as courses one ... (read more)

Author: Harris Elahi

91. Data Science Jobs: Are too many people training to become data scientists?
September 26, 2019


Maybe yes (hypothetically) and definitely no. Yes (hypothetically) in the sense that perhaps the field may not expand sufficiently enough to be able to accommodate everyone in the future. No in the sense that when training to become a data scientist one learns all sorts of skills, such as problem solving approaches and such skills are transferable and could be used or be important in other areas. Hence, if anyone studying data science or machine learning for instance doesn’t get a specific job within data science (as in the job title) there will be ways to apply that knowledge and sk... (read more)

Author: Harris Elahi

92. Data Science Jobs: What is the difference between data science and statistics?
September 26, 2019


Answered Aug 23 Statistics is more of a traditional field, one based on a scientific method of sorts (for example hypothesis testing). While data scientists are often more proficient at programming, those in statistics excel more with the underlying theory, designing experiments and analyzing data to test a certain hypothesis. Overall it can be stated that data scientists use statistical methods to discover problems. Those working in statistics use statistical methods to answer problems. For Your Information: We are currently building an online careers portal - datasciencecareers fo... (read more)

Author: Harris Elahi

93. Data Science Jobs: What are the job responsibilities of a data analyst?
September 24, 2019


A Data Analyst will take the work done by the Data Scientist and perform deeper analytics with it using platforms like R, Python, SQL, VBA (Excel). The focus of a Data Analyst is to work out why a number has happened rather than traditional roles which might have simply presented the results as management information. For example, if a retail business sells 10 products on a Monday and the previous Monday, they sold 20, a Data Analyst will work to find the root cause of the difference between the two days and feed that back in to the relevant teams. Often, a Data Analyst will display their... (read more)

Author: Harris Elahi

94. Data Science Jobs: Are data science bootcamps worth it to get a data science job
September 24, 2019


The value in a data science boot camp is the fact that you are there to learn and one is surrounded by people with the same goal. It is much easier to learn in an environment like that then on your own; you will also learn from smart people there trying to learn things which you could find pretty inspiring. Also having the direction which a boot camp designed to take you into the world of data science gives you a good amount of breadth in the field of data science. This can be hard to get when trying to learn on your own. However, there are some costs to such bootcamps: They can be pretty... (read more)

Author: Harris Elahi

95. Data Science Careers: What do data managers do
September 24, 2019


A Data Manager will usually be an experienced data professional with a more strategic view of how data can be leveraged as a business asset for commercial use. They will understand a number of different roles, without necessarily being a master of any, in order to direct the team and promote a data culture both inside and outside of the organisation. A role like this is incredibly important as Data Science projects are only useful if they have a practical or commercial purpose that provides a real-world benefit. For example, what if somebody in a Marketing team asked the Data Scientist to... (read more)

Author: Harris Elahi

96. Data Science Careers: Roles in Data Science explained
September 24, 2019


Data Science has grown phenomenally over the last few years and with that, so have the variety of roles and responsibilities within the field. Sometimes, the creative names of job roles are hard to decipher, and it leaves us wondering exactly what our area of focus needs to be. This post explains some of the different areas of Data Science and the technical skills or knowledge you would typically need to be successful in the positions. Here are some of the common ones you would have come across. Data Scientist You will find that most people working in data are referred to as a Data Sc... (read more)

Author: Harris Elahi

97. Data Science Jobs: What does a data scientist do
September 24, 2019


You will find that most people working in data are referred to as a Data Scientist, mainly because it is such a broad remit. We’ve even seen terms such as “Citizen Data Scientist” become popularised which simply means people who aren’t trained or qualified in the field but have taught themselves many of the applications. A true Data Scientist is someone who can master several skills right through from working with raw data, using statistical techniques via data programming tools like Python or R and is able to present all those insights in a simple way to a wider business. The main functi... (read more)

Author: Harris Elahi

98. Data Science Careers: What is the difference between a data analyst and a data scientist
September 24, 2019


Data Scientist You will find that most people working in data are referred to as a Data Scientist, mainly because it is such a broad remit. We’ve even seen terms such as “Citizen Data Scientist” become popularised which simply means people who aren’t trained or qualified in the field but have taught themselves many of the applications. A true Data Scientist is someone who can master several skills right through from working with raw data, using statistical techniques via data programming tools like Python or R and is able to present all those insights in a simple way to a wider busin... (read more)

Author: Harris Elahi

99. Data Science Jobs: Why is Data Science the Sexiest job of the 21st Century?
September 24, 2019


From a quick Google search, it was way back in 2012 that Data Science was first coined as the sexiest job in the 21st Century. The demand for Data Scientists quickly raced ahead of the supply making it into a incredibly sought after skill as companies looked to find somebody who was part analyst, part hacker, part storyteller and part advisor. The growth in smart technology of big companies like Google, Facebook, Apple and Amazon and the rise of new digital services such as Netflix and Spotify, Data Science began to boom as businesses could see the power of machine learning, natural language... (read more)

Author: Harris Elahi

100. Data Science Careers: What are among the best industries to work in as a data scientist
September 24, 2019


Due to the fact that there are improving capabilities of big data platforms this has resulted in new opportunities within different industries. Below are 4 industries (out of many) with operations that are shaped by big data. Banking and finance: Real time analytics are helping in for example helping combating financial frauds and predicting market disasters. Data science can also be used in auditing to detect irregularities and manage customer data to lessen financial risks Healthcare: The healthcare industry due to having to deal with issues such as unusable data and rising costs means... (read more)

Author: Harris Elahi



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