Hard-nosed Indian Data Scientist Gospel Series – Part 1 : Incertitude around Tools and Technologies

August 23, 2017

(This article was first published on Coastal Econometrician Views, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Before recession a commercial tool was popular in the country, hence, uncertainty around tools and technology was not much; however, after recession, incertitude (i.e. uncertainty) around tools and technology have pre-occupied and occupying data science learning, delivery and deployment.

When python was continuing as general programming language, Rwas the left out best choice (became more popular with the advent of an IDE i.e. RStudio) and author still see its popularity among non-programming background (i.e. other than computer scientists) data scientists. Yet, author notices in local meet ups, panel discussions, webinars, still, a clarity on which is better from aspirants towards the data sicence as a everyday interest as shown in below image.

Author undertook several projects, courses and programs in data sciences for more than a decade, views expressed here are from his industry experience. He can be reached at [email protected] or [email protected] for more details.
Find more about author at http://in.linkedin.com/in/pradeepmavuluri

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