A very good and concise course that helps to understand the basics of the Data Science and its applications. The examples are very relevant and helps to understand the topic easily.
Highly educational course on the realities of data analysis. Many good tips for your own analyses as well as for managing others responsible for coherent and accurate analyses.
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von Augustina R•
Some of the material here was repeated from other courses but overall I felt this was my favorite course in the series. I particularly appreciated the real life examples of what can go wrong with data collection and suggestions/best practices for how to handle that. It gave me a lot of ideas for how to deal with some uncertainties I was facing in some of my own research.
von Clifton d L•
Great that the messy reality is acknowledged and not only the perfect theoretical data science is explained, but also the things that usually go wrong (and how to mitigate these issues).
Some of the quiz with "check multiple answers" didn't seem clear to me / I found opinionated.
von suman c•
Expected few more real life examples and hope to see some basics of Formal modelling. Found myself lacking in understanding the formal modelling concepts and how to arrive at the formulas.
Other than that the course helped me to get started in Data Science.
von Keuntae K•
This is a good course, overall. Maybe providing more general examples related to the topics of the course makes this course much more useful and helpful for people who do not have any backgrounds of brain or neural systems in medical science like me.
von Humna A•
Awesome course! the only negative thing is that all the examples are related to biostatistics. Examples related to other fields like economics, social science, psychology etc should have been included. Besides that it was a great experience
von Juan F D T•
Brian makes a terrific job trying to explain in simple terms what a real life data science effort takes. Sometimes it was a little hard to understand because of how the instructor spoke but nothign hat a rewind and replay wouldn't fix.
von Neil N•
Good overview of the reality of the challenges in data science. A glaring miss from my perspective was any real focus on the challenges of ML/AI based analysis. This module was really focused on traditional statistical modeling
von Scott K•
I really enjoyed the comparison of what is ideal vs. what actually happens when it comes to data science. This was a very practical course and gave insight into what to expect from data science and analysis.
von Sam L•
One more thing to add. The link to Study.com works. But Study.com wouldn't let me watch the whole video anyway; it requires registering and subscribing (after trial period is over). Not useful.
von Akshay k•
It was kind of hard to understand as I did not have any professional experience in data science. But, I am sure I can work in a professional environment now with the teachings of the professor.
von Manish J•
Gives directions on how to deal with a situation where a clear conclusion may not be forthcoming from the analysis--- a situation that more often than not is likely to hold true in real world
von Dr D M•
This course is very interesting and worthwhile. we are living with data in our real life. good lectures. thanks to all team.
Dr DVNS MURTHY, DIRECTOR, BADRUKA COLLEGE, KACHIGUDA, HYDERABAD.
von Federico J D F•
The course was very interesting and complete. The lectures were interesting as well. The reading material could be improved by adding more articles to reinforce the theory and examples.
von Charissa B•
Helpful ideas to consider and use when managing a team of data scientists, especially helpful are the principles for dealing with on-the-ground data science work (vs ideal environments)
von Lai Y W @ L Y W•
Slightly difficult for non data science background people, but is manageable to have a dip into this course and stimulate a "real life" experiences shared by course insructor.
Dr.Caffo is really well-versed with his field but I feel like concepts should be given more concrete examples so that they seem more interesting. Respect him all the way!