guide to understanding data science

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Start your journey in Data Science

Starting a journey in data science from scratch can be sometimes daunting.

That's why theDevMasters want to help you in your learning, starting here with the basics in machine learning, statistics and probability.   

Top companies like Amazon, Apple and Uber are already using Data Science and seeing the benefits of this field. So why not use it to your advantage to grow in your professional life.

Data Science is already changing how new and traditional companies work and do their business.

Let us help you learn and grow in your career, stand out among thousands of applicants in your field.

With this guide, you'll learn:

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What is the difference between supervised learning & unsupervised learning?

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What is the difference between semi-supervised learning & reinforcement learning?

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The importance of probability and statistics in Data Science.

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Bayesian approach, probability distribution, measures of centre, range and more.

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The ideal head count for any program ranges from 8-10 participants. At this size, a group can maintain a strong instructor-to-student ratio while engaging in lively interactions and group discussions. Click here if you have more questions.

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