Thinking about Big Data — Part Three

| July 12, 2016

Thinking about Big Data — Part Three
In part one we learned about data and how it can be used to find knowledge or meaning. Part two explained the term Big Data and showed how it became an industry mainly in response to economic forces

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This first chapter is about data visualization, which is a very important part of data analysis. First of all, you will use it continuously to explore your dataset. The better you understand your data, the better you'll be able to extract insights. And once you've found those insights, again


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This first chapter is about data visualization, which is a very important part of data analysis. First of all, you will use it continuously to explore your dataset. The better you understand your data, the better you'll be able to extract insights. And once you've found those insights, again

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