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Game of Thrones has finally wrapped up after 8 seasons. Naturally, watchers have been outspoken about their opinions of the series finale and the final season altogether. Now that we’ve had a few days to recover, we wanted to analyze watcher reactions and see if we could add some structure to our understanding of these...
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Demand for Data Skills Continues to Rise Over the past 10 years we’ve seen an explosion in the generation of data, coupled with the rise of the data scientist to help make sense of this ever-expanding corpus of information. Technological advancements in AI, machine learning and computational power have increased the impact that these scientists...
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Manual data entry still represents a significant portion of data collection processes across a variety of industries. Any company that assigns humans to conduct data collection will see data entry errors. These errors may appear insignificant, such as a code entered as “ABCD” instead of “AVCD”, but they can be very costly. Remote data entry...
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During the Data Science Plenary Panel at Bio-IT World 2018, Tanya Cashorali of TCB Analytics highlighted some innovative use cases for data science in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. These use cases span drug manufacturing, clinical enrollment, and bioinformatics. For an example of one use case, here’s an in-depth look at how we helped Biogen,...
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TCB Analytics is excited to participate in Bio-IT World 2018. Running from May 15-17 in Boston, the conference covers leading technology trends in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. Program tracks include everything from data computing and machine learning, to bioinformatics and clinical genomics. If you’re interested in attending and haven’t already registered, there’s still time...
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We are excited to attend our first RStudio conference in San Diego, CA this year. There is an all-star line-up of speakers including: JD Long – “The unreasonable effectiveness of empathy” Mara Averick – “Phrasing: communicating data science through tweets, gifs, and classic misdirection” David Robinson – “Teach the Tidyverse to beginners” There is also...
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Recently Metis held a free online conference entitled “Demystifying Data Science”. There was a plethora of fantastic talks given by leaders in the field, including our own, Mara Averick, better known on Twitter as dataandme. Mara has amassed quite the following via her always informative, interesting and easy-to-understand tweets about all things relating data science....
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Strata NYC 2017 is just around the corner and Tanya Cashorali of TCB Analytics will be speaking in a session entitled “How to hire and test for data skills: A one-size-fits-all interview kit”. Based heavily on this blog post about How to Hire and Test for Data Skills, she will share her personal anecdotes and...
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TCB Analytics founder, Tanya Cashorali, recently spoke at the Open Data Science Conference in Boston this year. She has long advocated for prototyping of data products before building full-fledged applications as all of the requirements are rarely known in advance. Read more below and watch the full talk as well! Companies are becoming more aware...
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We’re incredibly excited that TCB’s Mara Averick, you probably know her on Twitter as @dataandme, will be keynoting at EARL Boston this year.  EARL stands for “Effective Applications of the R Language” and it’s an excellent conference that conveys how companies are gaining business value from the R programming language. We attended last year and...
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