From Oleksii Kharkovyna’s A Beginner’s Guide To Data Science (June 10, 2019): “[T]he popularity of Data Science lies in the fact it encompasses the collection of large arrays of structured and unstructured data and their conversion into human-readable format, including visualization, work with statistics and analytical methods–machine and deep learning, probability analysis and predictive models, neural networks and their application for solving actual problems.” Read more about it.
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