Introduction to Data Science

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“Data Scientist: The Sexiest Job of the 21st Century”– Harvard Business Review

Data Science is a relatively new role in today’s job market. A Data Scientists skillset is highly sought after across a wide-range of industries. According to Payscale, the Median Data Scientist salary is $90k per annum.

Equipping yourself with these skills will provide you with a wealth of career opportunities

What you get with this course:

  • 39 modules of training (full syllabus below)
  • A blended learning experience where you’ll learn from a mix of videos, text and interactive quizzes
  • You’ll have an excellent data science foundation to take the next step for your career

In this course you will learn:

  • Learn how to use your analytical skills to manipulate large data sets
  • Develop business acumen, so findings are applicable in the real world
  • Master statistics, to separate vital signals from irrelevant noise
  • Grasp the basics R programming language and advanced Excel techniques
  • Understand the core elements of data science, allowing you to solve real business problems

Read HBR’s Article about Data Science here.

More about us:

  • We have nearly 1 million students in total and have been teaching courses online since 2009
  • Our training is personal. If you are familiar with certain elements of Data Science you can use the filter to show you which parts of the course to skip.
  • Our platform is award winning and improving all the time.

If you are not 100% happy with your EwB course, you have 30 days to exchange or refund

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About the author:

Dr Chris Littlewood is Excel with Business’s Chief Scientific Officer and co-founder. Chris worked as a consultant at strategy consultancy Mars & Co after completing degrees in physics and maths at Oxford and Cambridge and conducting research in particle physics at CERNHis doctorate included a comparison of algorithms used to cluster jets of particles produced in high energy collisions so that all the products of a particle decay could be associated with the right parent particle.
 
He has fifteen years’ experience in analysis and strategy development, across industries at Mars & Co and then in the rail sectorSince co-founding Excel with Business, Chris has led on the science behind the product, particularly the filtering algorithm that personalizes an individual’s course syllabus based on their job role, learning needs and current proficiency.
 
He’s passionate about education, science, and understanding what makes industries and organisations tick.

Syllabus

There is currently no public syllabus for this course.

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