Some instructional guide on making simple map with R can be found at
In the hype of Big Data Analytics and Data Science, how many college programs have been created in the past few years to meet the end market demand workforce? Is your school catching up with the trend of education?
To get some idea of the list of programs, one can visit the following webpages:
- Discover Data Science sponsored by UC Berkeley at: https://discoverdatascience.com/
- Graduate Programs of Big Data at https://whatsthebigdata.com/2012/08/09/graduate-programs-in-big-data-and-data-science/
- Online MS in Data Science at http://www.mastersindatascience.org/schools/23-great-schools-with-masters-programs-in-data-science/
- Best Big Data Graduate Programs at http://www.valuecolleges.com/rankings/best-big-data-graduate-programs/
- Top Big Data & Analytics Graduate Programs at https://www.betterbuys.com/bi/big-data-analytics-programs
- MS in Data Science at http://www.mastersindatascience.org/schools/
Here is a list of online courses for Introduction to Data Science:
Is “Data Analysis” science? Is “Data Science” new? To find answers for the two questions, please read the article by Professor David Donoho from Stanford University at http://courses.csail.mit.edu/18.337/2015/docs/50YearsDataScience.pdf.
Most people would think that bottled water is better than tap water and I do think this way too. My husband bought two big packages of bottled water every week just because we thought bottled water is much better than tap water. But this morning I heard from radio that bottled water is nothing but unfiltered tap water with less testings and 1000 more expensive. Is it true?
I went online and found that the finding is not new. Here is what I found: Believe or not, it is well researched that filtered tap water is better than bottled water. Why do we spend more on bottled water anymore? Please read:
In this big data age, everyone is required to have some data sense. Statistics as a science of data, becomes more and more important nowadays. Harvard’s Statistics 101 is a good starting point.