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Brian Voytek recently wrote an article regarding the increasingly plausible concept of automated science made possible by Big Data. Voytek writes, “A lot of great pieces have been written about the relatively recent surge in interest in big data and data science, but in this piece I want to address the importance of deep data analysis: what we can learn from the statistical outliers by drilling down and asking, ‘What’s different here? What’s special about these outliers and what do they tell us about our models and assumptions?’” continued… New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
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