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The 4 Most Asked Skills for Data Science Engineers

The data science is a combination of technical and general skills. As a analyst you need provide valuable information to client. The below is highly useful list.

Paradigms and practices: This involves data scientists acquiring a grounding in core concepts of data science, analytics and data management. Data scientists should easily grasp the data science life cycle, know their typical roles and responsibilities in every phase and be able to work in teams and with business domain experts and stakeholders. Also, they should learn a standard approach for establishing, managing and operationalizing data science projects in the business.

Algorithms and modeling: Here are the areas with which data scientists must become familiar: linear algebra, basic statistics, linear and logistic regression, data mining, predictive modeling, cluster analysis, association rules, market-basket analysis, decision trees, time-series analysis, forecasting, machine learning, Bayesian and Monte Carlo Statistics, matrix operations, sampling, text analytics, summarization, classification, primary components analysis, experimental design and unsupervised learning-constrained optimization.

Tools and platforms: Data scientists should master a basic group of modeling, development and visualization tools used on your data science projects, as well as the platforms used for storage, execution, integration and governance of big data in your organization. Depending on your environment, and the extent to which data scientists work with both structured and unstructured data, this may involve some combination of :
  • data warehousing, Hadoop, stream computing, NoSQL and other platforms. 
  • It will probably also entail providing instruction in MapReduce, R and other new open-source development languages in addition to SPSS, SAS and any other established tools.
Applications and outcomes: A major imperative for data scientists is to learn the chief business applications of data science in your organization, as well as ways to work best with subject-matter experts. 
  • In many companies, data science focuses on marketing, customer service, next-best offer and other customer-centric applications. 
  • Often, these applications require that data scientists know how to leverage customer data acquired from structured survey tools, sentiment analysis software, social media monitoring tools and other sources. 
  • Plus, every data scientist must understand the key business outcomes—such as maximizing customer lifetime value—that should be the focus of their modeling initiatives.

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