Introduction You, This course and Us (2:32) • Top Down vs Bottoms Up : The Google vs McKinsey way of looking at data (12:58) • R and RStudio installed (5:10) The 10 second answer : Descriptive Statistics
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If you own a widget factory, what you need in employees is punctuality, efficiency, and the ability to withstand the boredom of repeatedly following a set procedure. But you're probably not running a factory.
Ten million job applications resulted in 100,000 hires. That's 1 percent. Worse: Only 15 percent of these 100,000 people applied through a job board; the rest got their job via networking or by being on
We've all been there. Several drinks in on a night out and you spot someone across the crowded bar. Your eyes meet and you realise that your body is moving on its own accord. Without really thinking about
Using data from Swiss banking group UBS, the site compiled information on the biggest, most important cities globally, taking into account how many hours per week and per year people work as well as how
By now, most of us have heard how crucial storytelling is to a presentation. But it's not always the easiest thing to do: Which story do you choose to illustrate your message, and what parts do you leave
Research reveals that sighing is more than a sign of depression or despair: it’s a reflex that happens several times an hour and helps preserve lung function Californian scientists have identified the