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Kirill Eremenko: Data Science Coach, Lifestyle Entrepreneur

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SuperDataScience

Kirill Eremenko: Data Science Coach, Lifestyle Entrepreneur

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219
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Kirill Eremenko is a Data Science coach and lifestyle entrepreneur. The goal of the Super Data Science podcast is to bring you the most inspiring Data Scientists and Analysts from around the World to help you build your successful career in Data Science. Data is growing exponentially and so are salaries of those who work in analytics. This podcast can help you learn how to skyrocket your analytics career. Big Data, visualization, predictive modeling, forecasting, analysis, business processes, statistics, R, Python, SQL programming, tableau, machine learning, hadoop, databases, data science MBAs, and all the analytcis tools and skills that will help you better understand how to crush it in Data Science.

Latest Episodes

SDS 414: Needs vs. Wants

Today I talked about the importance of understanding the balance between acting selfishly and acting with self-neglect and how the awareness of our needs and wants can help with that. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/414

13 min14 h ago
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SDS 414: Needs vs. Wants

SDS 413: Changing The World With Data

Emmanuel Letouzé discussed in-depth his work in global data science literacy and how he hopes data science will benefit the world in various societal and socio-economic challenges. In this episode you will learn: • Parenting and its effects on Emmanuel’s life and work [3:14] • Why did Data-Pop Alliance come to life? [8:42] • Working with Harvard and MIT [13:04] • Examples of projects and areas of focus [18:16] • Data as lenses and data as lever [29:43] • Sustainable Development Goals indicators [38:21] • How can we use data as a lever? [43:41] • How can data help with disaster resilience? [57:09] • The future of data science [1:04:09] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/413

76 min2 d ago
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SDS 413: Changing The World With Data

SDS 412: Stand More - Sit Less

Today I talked with a chiropractor about how to best treat your back while working during the day. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/412

12 min1 w ago
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SDS 412: Stand More - Sit Less

SDS 411: Succeeding in Analytics by Thinking Outside the Data

Jennifer Cooper talked with us about her role as a strategic analyst and how others can get involved with similar positions around analytics and hybrid roles. In this episode you will learn: • Jennifer’s start in data science [6:04] • What is analytics support function? [16:01] • Keys to success in analytics roles [21:09] • How do you find these roles? [42:42] • DataScienceGO Virtual #2 [50:45] • Common questions Jennifer gets [1:00:52] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/411

76 min1 w ago
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SDS 411: Succeeding in Analytics by Thinking Outside the Data

SDS 410: Communicate Your Needs

Today I talk about something important, which I recently had to reteach myself, about personal needs and communication. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/410

7 min2 w ago
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SDS 410: Communicate Your Needs

SDS 409: Succeeding & Networking In The Virtual Space

Steve Nouri talks with us about the importance of managing your personal brand, participating in hackathons, and being active in the conversations around AI as you begin your career. In this episode you will learn: • Steve’s work in the Australian Computer Society [4:32] • River City Labs [12:22] • Hackathons during the pandemic [16:21] • Choosing a path in AI [26:09] • The AI bubble and its implications [31:09] • Strategic data acquisition [38:04] • Explainable AI [43:50] • Creating a personal brand [51:35] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/409

69 min2 w ago
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SDS 409: Succeeding & Networking In The Virtual Space

SDS 408: Meaning is Everything

Today I talk about an interesting concept that can often be the cause of conflicts in professional and personal relationships. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/408

12 min3 w ago
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SDS 408: Meaning is Everything

SDS 407: How to Encourage Diversity in Data Science

Margot Gerritsen joins us for a great discussion that was both technical and inspiring, on the topics of principal component analysis and linear algebra, as well as the importance of women in data science. In this episode you will learn: • Margot’s travels and background [7:29] • Margot’s position and work at Stanford [13:38] • What is linear algebra? [18:00] • Principle component analysis [23:02] • WIDS, Women in Data Science [32:08] • Margot’s diversity call to action [58:12] • How can men support their female colleagues? [1:05:55] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/407

83 min3 w ago
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SDS 407: How to Encourage Diversity in Data Science

SDS 406: Abandon Hope

Today we discussed the Buddhist concept “abandon hope” as a way to avoid falling victim to negative emotions and fear. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/406

7 minOCT 2
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SDS 406: Abandon Hope

SDS 405: The Work of Quants and Data Scientists in the Financial Space

Thomas Obrist joins us to give an advanced talk on the work he does in the financial and energy space as a quant and how it overlaps with data science. In this episode you will learn: • Thomas’s background and studies [5:04] • Long and short in financial markets [8:33] • Thomas’s current role at Axpo [14:55] • Quant vs. data scientist vs. data analyst [18:55] • The Monte Carlo method [26:26] • Thomas’s day-to-day [30:06] • Grid loss use case [35:25] • Thomas’s hackathon success [53:22] • Thomas’s recommendation for those interested in the space [1:01:39] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/405

68 minOCT 1
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SDS 405: The Work of Quants and Data Scientists in the Financial Space

Latest Episodes

SDS 414: Needs vs. Wants

Today I talked about the importance of understanding the balance between acting selfishly and acting with self-neglect and how the awareness of our needs and wants can help with that. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/414

13 min14 h ago
Comments
SDS 414: Needs vs. Wants

SDS 413: Changing The World With Data

Emmanuel Letouzé discussed in-depth his work in global data science literacy and how he hopes data science will benefit the world in various societal and socio-economic challenges. In this episode you will learn: • Parenting and its effects on Emmanuel’s life and work [3:14] • Why did Data-Pop Alliance come to life? [8:42] • Working with Harvard and MIT [13:04] • Examples of projects and areas of focus [18:16] • Data as lenses and data as lever [29:43] • Sustainable Development Goals indicators [38:21] • How can we use data as a lever? [43:41] • How can data help with disaster resilience? [57:09] • The future of data science [1:04:09] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/413

76 min2 d ago
Comments
SDS 413: Changing The World With Data

SDS 412: Stand More - Sit Less

Today I talked with a chiropractor about how to best treat your back while working during the day. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/412

12 min1 w ago
Comments
SDS 412: Stand More - Sit Less

SDS 411: Succeeding in Analytics by Thinking Outside the Data

Jennifer Cooper talked with us about her role as a strategic analyst and how others can get involved with similar positions around analytics and hybrid roles. In this episode you will learn: • Jennifer’s start in data science [6:04] • What is analytics support function? [16:01] • Keys to success in analytics roles [21:09] • How do you find these roles? [42:42] • DataScienceGO Virtual #2 [50:45] • Common questions Jennifer gets [1:00:52] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/411

76 min1 w ago
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SDS 411: Succeeding in Analytics by Thinking Outside the Data

SDS 410: Communicate Your Needs

Today I talk about something important, which I recently had to reteach myself, about personal needs and communication. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/410

7 min2 w ago
Comments
SDS 410: Communicate Your Needs

SDS 409: Succeeding & Networking In The Virtual Space

Steve Nouri talks with us about the importance of managing your personal brand, participating in hackathons, and being active in the conversations around AI as you begin your career. In this episode you will learn: • Steve’s work in the Australian Computer Society [4:32] • River City Labs [12:22] • Hackathons during the pandemic [16:21] • Choosing a path in AI [26:09] • The AI bubble and its implications [31:09] • Strategic data acquisition [38:04] • Explainable AI [43:50] • Creating a personal brand [51:35] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/409

69 min2 w ago
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SDS 409: Succeeding & Networking In The Virtual Space

SDS 408: Meaning is Everything

Today I talk about an interesting concept that can often be the cause of conflicts in professional and personal relationships. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/408

12 min3 w ago
Comments
SDS 408: Meaning is Everything

SDS 407: How to Encourage Diversity in Data Science

Margot Gerritsen joins us for a great discussion that was both technical and inspiring, on the topics of principal component analysis and linear algebra, as well as the importance of women in data science. In this episode you will learn: • Margot’s travels and background [7:29] • Margot’s position and work at Stanford [13:38] • What is linear algebra? [18:00] • Principle component analysis [23:02] • WIDS, Women in Data Science [32:08] • Margot’s diversity call to action [58:12] • How can men support their female colleagues? [1:05:55] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/407

83 min3 w ago
Comments
SDS 407: How to Encourage Diversity in Data Science

SDS 406: Abandon Hope

Today we discussed the Buddhist concept “abandon hope” as a way to avoid falling victim to negative emotions and fear. Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/406

7 minOCT 2
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SDS 406: Abandon Hope

SDS 405: The Work of Quants and Data Scientists in the Financial Space

Thomas Obrist joins us to give an advanced talk on the work he does in the financial and energy space as a quant and how it overlaps with data science. In this episode you will learn: • Thomas’s background and studies [5:04] • Long and short in financial markets [8:33] • Thomas’s current role at Axpo [14:55] • Quant vs. data scientist vs. data analyst [18:55] • The Monte Carlo method [26:26] • Thomas’s day-to-day [30:06] • Grid loss use case [35:25] • Thomas’s hackathon success [53:22] • Thomas’s recommendation for those interested in the space [1:01:39] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/405

68 minOCT 1
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SDS 405: The Work of Quants and Data Scientists in the Financial Space
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