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Version control – The uncomplicated work on a common project

November 28, 2019
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Version control – The uncomplicated work on a common project

Whoever starts a job as a developer in 2019, be it in software development or in data science, data ops, etc., is usually confronted with a tool for version management relatively early. Programs such as Git, SVN and BitKeeper are primarily used to transparently wind forwards and rewind the development history or to develop new

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Package management: Using repositories in production systems

November 21, 2019
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Package management: Using repositories in production systems

Data science is characterized among other things using open source tools. An advantage when working with open source languages such as R or Python is the large package world. This provides tools for numerous use cases and problems through the development within huge communities. The packages are organized in digital online archives – so-called repositories.

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Horizontal scaling of data science applications in the cloud

October 23, 2019
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Horizontal scaling of data science applications in the cloud

Prediction models, machine learning algorithms and scripts for data storage: The modern data science application not only shows more and more complexity, but also puts the existing infrastructure to the test by temporary resource peaks. In this article, we will show how tools such as the RStudio Job Launcher in conjunction with a Kubernetes cluster

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How to build analytics platforms – Part 5: Data visualization and reliable results

September 25, 2019
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How to build analytics platforms – Part 5: Data visualization and reliable results

What does a modern analytics platform need to offer companies real added value? Contradiction and connection at the same time: Information content vs. simple presentation A meaningful result or the answer to important questions is not everything. Making data and results comprehensible is just as important for companies as target-oriented analysis1. The more complex a

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R trainings in Frankfurt!

September 24, 2019
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R trainings in Frankfurt!

R is one of the leading programming languages for data analysis. In November 2019 we bring our popular data science trainings to Frankfurt! Introduction to R | 12 – 13 November 2019 The course is intended as an introduction to R and its basic functionalities and facilitates the introduction to R with practical tips and

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Data science 2019 – Interlinguality and the question of the „right“ programming language

September 18, 2019
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Data science 2019 – Interlinguality and the question of the „right“ programming language

As digitalization progresses and data science interfaces continue to grow, new opportunities are constantly emerging to reach the personal analysis goals. Despite the „modernity“ of the industry, there is now a wealth of software for every need: From the design of the analysis infrastructure to the complete, decentralized evaluation through e.g. cloud computing (the outsourced

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How to build analytics platforms – Part 4: Database scalability and business models

September 5, 2019
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How to build analytics platforms – Part 4: Database scalability and business models

What does a modern analytics platform need to offer companies real added value? Without data, there are no data products or analyses! What sounds so banal is one of the most important requirements for modern analytical platforms: The possibility to connect various data sources and develop new use cases, data products and entire business models.

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Easy data access: The advantages of a unique database connection with ODBC and DBI

September 4, 2019
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Easy data access: The advantages of a unique database connection with ODBC and DBI

Easy data access: The advantages of a unique database connection with ODBC and DBI Every developer has his favorite tools and frameworks to work with when connecting to the database. The number of different front end and back end combinations increases the complexity of the analysis. Any Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) that needs its

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How to Build Analytics Platforms – Part 3: Customizable Workflow and Dashboards

August 29, 2019
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How to Build Analytics Platforms – Part 3: Customizable Workflow and Dashboards

What does a modern analytics platforms need to offer companies real added value? The more information a platform represents and the more detailed the individual analytics projects are, the stricter is often the way in which projects must be planned and implemented. But what would happen if the individual project steps were based on the

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Data science courses with R in Frankfurt!

August 27, 2019
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Data science courses with R in Frankfurt!

Data science courses with R in Frankfurt! R is one of the leading programming languages for data analysis. In our R trainings, we teach you the manifold possibilities of the free programming language in a practically orientated and comprehensive way. Unlock the potential of data science with the free R programming language for advanced analytics

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