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Different Sources of Data for Data Analysis
Data collection is the process of acquiring, collecting, extracting, and storing the voluminous amount of data which may be in the structured or unstructured form… Read More »
Top Data Science Use Cases in Finance Sector
Data is the bread and butter of the Finance Sector. Even before data science was such a cool term, financial companies used data to draw… Read More »
Mathematics concept required for Deep Learning
Why is Math required for Deep Learning? Interested people who have the thirst to learn more about the concept behind a deep learning algorithm need… Read More »
Comparing Means in R Programming
There are many cases in data analysis where you’ll want to compare means for two populations or samples and which technique you should use depends… Read More »
How to Get an Internship in Data Science?
Data Science is a rapidly expanding field with many available opportunities. And it’s great if you’ve decided to plunge headfirst into this field! The first… Read More »
Advantages and Disadvantages of Logistic Regression
Logistic regression is a classification algorithm used to find the probability of event success and event failure. It is used when the dependent variable is… Read More »
How to Create a Story in Tableau?
A story is a very powerful thing. It can influence its viewers and make them change their minds. It can take them through a journey… Read More »
Homogeneity of Variance Test in R Programming
In statistics, a sequence of random variables is homoscedastic if all its random variables have the same finite variance. This is also known as homogeneity… Read More »
Fligner-Killeen Test in R Programming
The Fligner-Killeen test is a non-parametric test for homogeneity of group variances based on ranks. It is useful when the data are non-normally distributed or… Read More »
Python – Removing Constant Features From the Dataset
Those features which contain constant values (i.e. only one value for all the outputs or target values) in the dataset are known as Constant Features.… Read More »
Levene’s Test in R Programming
In statistics, Levene’s test is an inferential statistic used to evaluate the equality of variances for a variable determined for two or more groups. Some… Read More »
Spearman’s Rank Correlation
What is correlation test? The strength of the association between two variables is known as the correlation test. For instance, if we are interested to… Read More »
Detecting Multicollinearity with VIF – Python
Multicollinearity occurs when there are two or more independent variables in a multiple regression model, which have a high correlation among themselves. When some features… Read More »
Best Books to Learn Data Science for Beginners and Experts
Data Science is the most revolutionary field in the tech industry these days! All companies, whether they are smaller businesses or tech giants, use data… Read More »
Power BI – Tools and Functionalities
Power BI is a Data Visualization and Business Intelligence tool by Microsoft that converts data from different data sources to create various business intelligence reports.… Read More »
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Archives of Data Science Series A
Archives of Data Science Series A
Archives of Data Science Series A publishes papers of short to medium length (approximately 8 – 20 pages) in the emerging field of data science. It covers regular research articles from the field of Data Science and special issues on conferences, workshops and joint activities of the German Classification Society/Gesellschaft für Klassifikation (GfKL) and its cooperating partners and organisations.
Archives of Data Science Series A is the first of a bundle of journals for the field of data science. All publications are available both as free OpenAccess articles as well as printed version orderable via KIT Scientific Publishing (KSP).
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Every submitted paper is reviewed by at least two reviewers.
Accepted final papers will be published as fully reviewed online-first version that are freely available and already citable with the note Online-First in the reference. Final papers are published in cooperation with KIT Scientific Publishing (KSP) as an electronic version. Each issue of the journal can also be ordered as print-on-demand version.
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