‘A Better Way’ for Data Analysis: Here’s Why Data Is the New Math

By David Wessel, The Wall St JournalPosted April 08, 2018 08:23:49Many students will find themselves using data analysis as a core component of their curriculums.

But how are students to know what to do with the data they are presented with?

That’s the question at the heart of this new book, Data Is The New Math: How Students Can Learn to Data Analysis, by Harvard Business School professor and former Microsoft CEO John A. Sullivan.

In this collection of short, interactive videos, students learn how to use data to learn and create new ways of thinking.

They will also gain a deeper understanding of data as a source of innovation, as well as the potential for creating solutions for real-world problems.

Data Is The Nitty Gritty: Data Is Not the Solution by Andrew Pare, The Washington PostWhat students are taught in this book is how data can be used to solve real-life problems.

They learn that data can inform the way companies solve problems, how people design and design products, and how companies build applications that can help people live better lives.

The book also outlines the kinds of data that can be analyzed and how to get the most out of that data.

Students will learn about how to: “Use data to discover, measure, and solve problems.” 

“Identify the strengths, weaknesses, and value of data.” 

“[Use data] to create new ideas and products.”

“Get the most value out of data through data-driven business strategies.” 

The book is available for purchase now from Amazon.com.

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