A Great Way to Think About Data Science: The Bowtie

In any data project about people, we’re starting from a broad, language-based set of conceptions, definitions and questions, figuring out how to turn those ideas into quantifiable numbers that we can engage with statistically, then turning those numbers back into answers or information related to complicated, language-based meaning. We might use numbers to make decisions, but ultimately decisions and…

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Heather Krause

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Data scientist & statistician (one of only 150 accredited PStats worldwide). Providing data science services grounded in an equity lens. https://weallcount.com

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