Monday, October 21, 2019
We are living in a data-centric world. You might not realize, but data influences nearly every important decision you’ll make on a daily basis. Consider your daily commute from Marietta to Midtown Atlanta. You leave at a particular time or take a particular route based on your understanding of the traffic data. You choose a particular restaurant after work or select a hair stylist based on Yelp reviews. You vote and influence the entire direction of your local, national, and global community based on your understanding of political trends or voting records. There’s so much data, that an entire field – data analytics – exists to make sense of it all. But what about people like you and me? How can we, as non-data analysts, take advantage of all of this information to make decisions or come to better-informed conclusions?
Transcript coming soon.