A/B testing seems straightforward, but there are a lot of picky details. What A and B conditions do you actually test? How long do you run the test? How do you calculate the statistics for the test? Answer your questions by taking this LinkedIn Learning course.
SAS is known for big data and data warehousing, but how do you actually design and build a SAS data warehouse or data lake? What datasets do you include? How do you transform them? How do you serve warehouse users? How do you manage your developers? This book has your answers!
Data curation is a new term to many people, and many seasoned data scientists are new to it. Data curation involves making diagrams, tables, and other files that help you keep track of, document, and interpret data. Curation files are especially helpful for communicating about data on teams. Learn more about what you’ll learn when […]
I use the datasets from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Survey (BRFSS) to demonstrate in a lot of my data science tutorials. The BRFSS are free and available to the public – but they are kind of buried on the web site. This blog post serves as a “map” to help you find them!
From 2012 until recently, I was an adjunct lecturer at Laboure College in Milton, Massachusetts. At that time, I taught a course called, “Essentials of Statistics” in person, in a hybrid setting, and entirely online. Purchase Study Materials & Curriculum Textbook Lectures and Demonstration First, I picked out just certain parts of the book […]
From 2012 until recently, I was an adjunct lecturer at Laboure College in Milton, Massachusetts. At that time, I taught a course called, “Fundamentals of US Healthcare Delivery” in person, in a hybrid setting, and entirely online. Textbook Lectures I developed PowerPoint slides and recorded YouTube lectures for Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, […]