Twas the Night Before Analysis or A Visit from the Chief Data Scientist

‘Twas the night before analysis, when all thro’ the lab Not a consultant was stirring, no more coffee to grab The algorithms were coded in the system with care In hopes that the data soon would be there The analysts were restless, tired and half dead Visualizations of regressions danc’d in their heads Tech support… Continue reading Twas the Night Before Analysis or A Visit from the Chief Data Scientist

From Scribes to Data Scientists

The earliest writing was cuneiform from the Mesopotamian civilizations.  The writing was hard to do (reeds and clay tablets) and difficult to read (at one point over 1,000 symbols).  A specialized class called dubsars, better known by the more generic term scribe, developed over time.  To become a scribe required extensive training.  The scribe maintained… Continue reading From Scribes to Data Scientists