Category Archives for "Learning and Motivation"

11 Design Tips for Data Visualization

Here’s an important fact that’s easy to forget: our data is only as helpful as it is understandable. Most of the time, that means creating some kind of data visualization. And while a simple bar graph might cut it for internal work, making your data both visually understandable and visually attractive can help it get […]

How AI Will Change Healthcare

Editor’s note: This piece was written in collaboration with the MAA Center, an online resource for those who have been exposed to asbestos and those looking to learn more about it. Lauren Eaton is a Communications Specialist at MAA. We hope this piece will give you an idea of how data is becoming a part […]

3 Mighty Good Reasons to Learn R for Data Science

Ahoy, mateys! Happy International Talk Like A Pirate Day! You may think a pirate’s life sounds like fun, but it isn’t all buried treasure and singing yo-ho-ho. Pirates have lots to do: Predicting profitability of plundering events based on crew size and ship features Optimizing trade routes to avoid the law, storms, and other pirates […]

DIY AI for the Future

Editor’s note: This post is the result of a collaboration with PredictX, a decision automation platform. Author Joni Lindes is a content writer at PredictX. AI is set to disrupt our current society on a major scale. According to Indeed, the number of roles in AI has risen by 485% in the UK since 2014, […]