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With data collection becoming more prevalent in every line of wo
With data collection becoming more prevalent in every line of work, it is no surprise that this book has emerged at this time. Keeping Up with the Quants explains the basic groundwork of the types and workings of data analysis. However, you need not be a quant to understand this book. Before reading this book, I had not thought much about the omnipresence of data analysis in every aspect of life (surfing the web, watching Netflix, shopping, etc.). Once you understand the decisions and value based upon statistical and quantitative analysis, you can start using data collection to your advantage to comprehend, predict, and address patterns and phenomena.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Keeping Up with the Quants will make you a better user of data and analytics in the business world, ultimately enabling you to make better decisions. If you are interested in analytics of softer issues, you should consider Paul E. Meehl’s classic Clinical Versus Statistical Prediction.