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The Birth of a Word: The Future of Data Science

Even if the name of this TED talk is “The birth of a word”, I would have called it anything from the future of data science, extreme data analysis, and brilliant informatio visualization. Anyway, it is a must see:

Original title and link: The Birth of a Word: The Future of Data Science (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)


Data Analysis Tools Survey Results

I’ve always wondered what tools are used by data scientists to dig useful information out of the big data and create beauty out of it.

Szilard Pafka[1] has run an survey about the tools used by data scientist and he presents an overview of the results in the video embedded below.

Data Analysis Tools Survey Results

As I’ve learned over time, the R language is the preferred data analysis tool and the survey confirms it. But what surprised me was to see Excel coming in the second place. Python and Unix shell tools are coming after SAS to complete the top five tools.

Szilard Pafka


  1. Szilard Pafka: founder and organizer of the Los Angeles R user group  

Original title and link: Data Analysis Tools Survey Results (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)


15 Views of a Node Link Graph: An Information Visualization Portfolio

An information visualization (a.k.a. infovis) classic:

Original title and link: 15 Views of a Node Link Graph: An Information Visualization Portfolio (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)