Manish Agarwal
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Data Science Course #generalassembly

In this part-time course, students learn to build robust predictive models, test their validity, and clearly communicate resulting insights.

Building Data Analytics Applications with Hadoop

Agile Data Science By Russell Jurney

Data Science | A Specialization on Coursera: Your Pathway to Expertise #johnhopkins

Johns Hopkins University, Certificate: Data Science A Specialization on Coursera

An Intro to D3: What is Data Visualization? | How long did it take you to understand the main trend of the chart? Do you feel like you have a better grasp of the data? By increasing the density of information, data visualization helps us communicate our insights quickly and effectively.

An Intro to What is Data Visualization?

Bestseller Books Online Introduction to Machine Learning (Adaptive Computation and Machine Learning series) Ethem Alpaydin $37.05

Introduction to Machine Learning (Adaptive Computation and Machine Learning series), a book by Ethem Alpaydin

Big Ideas: Demystifying Hadoop

Another video in Patricia Florissi's (EMC Americas/EMEA CTO) "Big Ideas" series. This one explains Hadoop. It covers the history, the architectural principle.

Since the rise of Hadoop, Google has published three particularly interesting papers on the infrastructure that underpins its massive web operation. One details Caffeine, the software platform that builds the index for Google’s web search engine. Another shows off Pregel, a “graph database” designed to map the relationships between vast amounts of online information. But the most intriguing paper is the one that describes a tool called Dremel.

Since the rise of Hadoop, Google has published three particularly interesting papers on the infrastructure that underpins its massive web operation. One details Caffeine, the software platform that builds the index for Google’s web search engine. Another shows off Pregel, a “graph database” designed to map the relationships between vast amounts of online information. But the most intriguing paper is the one that describes a tool called Dremel.