Grades of the 2nd group of the courses of Coursera data scientist track became available yesterday. This is a good reminder for me to write a second article in the series of review of the Coursera data scientist track. The first one is available here.
While being at eMetrics 2014 a speaker told a great yet simple idea we often tend to forget: While doing AB experiment, the results, the data we get in the end is just an artifact. What we are interested in is the observations we do and the actions we can do based on these observations. The data […]
The previous week was the last week for 3 courses in Coursera Data Science Signature track. Here I give a small review of the courses and what I have learnt.
Imagine, you are trying to understand what engages user the most, so user decide to upgrade from a free / trial version of your SaaS to a paid version. You decide to dig up your database to find what kind of assets have user created. The database is invaluable source of information about your clients. […]
Imagine that you want to answer to one of the following questions: I did an A/B experiment and 125 people have chosen option A while 137 others have chosen option B. Does it mean that I should use option B for everyone? I have fetched a database and found that there are 2123 users that […]
Quite a few people asked me “What is your blog about? What is that you want to tell everyone?” Well, honestly, the answer is simple – I don’t know No, but really. I don’t have such a fantastic “know-hows” or some great knowledge that might be useful for all people of the Universe, but only […]