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Game of Tweets: An Analysis of Reactions to the Game of Thrones Series Finale

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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Strategies to Hire the Best Data Team for your Organization

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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Data Entry Errors – the Human Component and Intelligent Cleansing

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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TCB Founder Featured in DataFramed Podcast

Tanya Cashorali of TCB Analytics is featured in the latest episode of DataFramed, a podcast by DataCamp that examines critical topics and issues within the data science community. During the episode, the interview touches on Tanya’s experiences starting a data consultancy, working in data science, rapid prototyping, and more. Kicking off a Career in Data...
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7 Best Practices for Data Visualization

Across every industry and vertical, organizations are increasingly overwhelmed with data. Recognizing its potential value, nearly every company is tracking and storing data in some form. However, you can’t easily explore raw data and extract meaningful conclusions; there’s just too much of it and the format isn’t always readily consumable. That’s where data visualization comes...
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