During brain storm sessions, the identified lead may want to initiate the necessary tools for each participant to bring along including a piece of paper and pencils to take down notes. Usually, these sessions should last an hour. The first 30 minutes will be open-ended questions and answers from the group. The next 15 minutes should … Continue reading BRAIN STORMING SESSIONS
Data Studio is use for data visualization and as a reporting tool. It was created by Google in 2016. And it has gained a lot of traction from Data Scientists, Analysts, and Sales and Marketing Experts. Data Studio is completely free. There’s no paid version of it. You can use it as an alternative to … Continue reading Using Google Data Studio for Data Visualization and Exploration
Cloud ML: The Cloud ML Engine is a hosted platform to run machine learning training jobs and predictions at scale. The service can also be used to deploy a model that is trained in external environments. Cloud ML Engine automates all resource provisioning and monitoring for running the jobs. The cloud makes intelligent capabilities accessible without … Continue reading The difference between Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI)
What is Correlation? Correlation is a statistical measure that expresses the extent to which two variables are linearly related (meaning they change together at a constant rate). It’s a common tool for describing simple relationships without making a statement about cause and effect. Why is Correlation important? Once correlation is known it can be used to make predictions. … Continue reading Correlation Measures The Relationship Between Two Variables
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