The ABCs of Data Science (Very Young Professionals)
Friday, 16 October 2020

Expose your kids to the world of data! Making the claim "By Real Data Scientists, For Future Data Scientists" author Rikin Mathur follows Data Science Dolphin as she navigates the ABCs to learn about Data Science. Along the way, she meets a few friends such as Analyst Armadillo, Engineer Elephant, and Z-Score Zebra. Together they learn about Histograms, Joint Probability, and even Machine Learning.

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The ABCs of Data Science is full of fun illustrations and real data science concepts explained in a simple and kid-friendly way.

Author: Rikin Mathur
Publisher: Very Young Professionals
Date: October 2020
Pages: 31
ISBN: 978-1734276305
Print: 1734276304
Audience: Kids and possibly pointy haired managers
Level: Introductory
Category: Data Science 

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