Data Science vs Data Analytics

February 25, 2019

As we further ourselves technologically, there are times when a new technology comes in and changes the whole picture. Big Data is visibly the trend for the 21st century as we continue to best ourselves in the amount of data we generate every year. For those working in the IT industry, the terms “Data Science” and “Data Analytics” appear both- lucrative and exciting. However similar they may sound, they explain mildly different disciplines. To clear the air, we have curated this Data Science Vs Data Analytics infographic for you so you no longer confuse the two.

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Catapult BI, a Dialog Group company

CATAPULTBI was established in 2004 and is lead by: Richard Green, Managing Director, has 25 years experience in IT, 15 years in the data warehousing and business intelligence fields, and 15 years project and program management experience. Richard has large-scale data warehousing and business intelligence experience in multiple industries. Richard has provided high level consulting advice to many diverse customers to enable successful data warehouse, reporting and analysis implementations, and provided know-how in the ongoing management and maturing of large enterprise-wide systems. Richard is a Registered Master Project Director with the Australian Institute of Project Management, and served for 2 years as President of the Data Warehouse Association Australasia (DWAA). Bob Simes, a professional engineer and company director, is a former chief executive in the mining and engineering industries who brings an astute knowledge of business and an appreciation of the real issues that matter

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