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Data Science has been ranked as one of the hottest professions and the demand for data practitioners is booming.

Data Science Machine Learning Python Programming Data Analysis Data Visualization (DataViz) Numpy Pandas Cloud Databases Ipython Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) SQL Predictive Modelling

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Taught by
Alex Aklson
Ph.D., Data Scientist
and 6 more instructors

Offered by
IBM

This professional certificate includes these 9 courses.

#1142
What is Data Science?
The art of uncovering the insights and trends in data has been around since ancient times.
IBM
Alex Aklson
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Tools for Data Science
What are some of the most popular data science tools, how do you use them, and what are their features? In this course, you'll learn about Jupyter Notebooks, RStudio IDE, Apache Zeppelin and Data Science Experience.
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Romeo Kienzler
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Data Science Methodology
Despite the recent increase in computing power and access to data over the last couple of decades, our ability to use the data within the decision making process is either lost or not maximized at all too often, we don't have a solid understanding of the questions being asked and how to apply the da...
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Alex Aklson
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#1183
Python for Data Science and AI
This introduction to Python will kickstart your learning of Python for data science, as well as programming in general.
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Joseph Santarcangelo
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#1097
Databases and SQL for Data Science
Much of the world's data resides in databases.
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Rav Ahuja
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#841
Data Analysis with Python
Learn how to analyze data using Python.
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Joseph Santarcangelo
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Data Visualization with Python
"A picture is worth a thousand words".
IBM
Alex Aklson
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Machine Learning with Python
This course dives into the basics of machine learning using an approachable, and well-known programming language, Python.
IBM
SAEED AGHABOZORGI
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Applied Data Science Capstone
This capstone project course will give you a taste of what data scientists go through in real life when working with data.
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Alex Aklson
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Reddit Posts and Comments

52 posts • 58 mentions • top 73 shown below

r/dataanalytics • post
10 points • NotNotGod
is the IBM Data Science Professional Certificate worth the investment?

I am a university scm student but my real interest lies in data analytics and business development. I really want to teach myself how to code, specifically Python (as it appears to be pretty universally recognized and used). this course looks legit, plus being able to put the "official certification" on my resume is huge, but its not free ($35/month, website says course takes \~3 months to finish @ 12 hours/week)

is the course worth the investment

here is the link for reference: https://www.coursera.org/professional-certificates/ibm-data-science

r/EngineeringStudents • post
4 points • colhany1
Data science and Embedded Engineering

Hello, I'm pursuing a degree in computer engineering next year and I have a passion for embedded systems and wishing to specialize as an embedded systems engineer But now I've stumbled upon this coursera specialization ( https://www.coursera.org/professional-certificates/ibm-data-science ) And I find it interesting, I've always wanted to know more about machine learning and data science. The question here is, would it cause conflict in my mind if I take this specialization now? Or in other words, would this be a useful skill to learn or would it make things worse if I want to become an embedded systems engineer in the future? Thank you.

r/learnprogramming • post
8 points • GKaplan0
Thoughts on Coursera

Long time reader, maybe second/third time poster.

Recently I've decided to work on my programming skills. I'm currently in CC (or was) and will start (finish up) at a regular 4 year in the fall studying computer science. tbh I'm about 2-3 years out from graduation, but I'd like to learn how to program, so that when I'm out of school, I'm -somewhat- ready to go (maybe even during school, try to get an internship/co-op so I don't have to do retail sales like I'm doing now).

On Coursera, I came across an "IBM Data Science" certification( https://www.coursera.org/professional-certificates/ibm-data-science ). Essentially it's take a few different courses (basics, SQL, focus on Python -so it seems) and bam I get a cert and I can put it on my Linkedin. My question is:

  1. Is it worth it? It would cost around $40/month and the pace is how I quickly/slowly I go through it (it est. 3 months).
  2. If it's not, is there anything on Coursera worthwhile?
  3. If not, where do you recommend I begin? I've done Codecademy and felt like I was just memorizing and typing out what I saw... not actually learning anything (if that makes sense). There was one like Codecademy too, except it's free. But I kind of got that same experience from it.

Thanks!

r/learnpython • post
7 points • parth2480
Where exactly do I stand on the learning staircase? What do I do next?

Hey r/learnpython,

I have been exposed to python for about 2 years now but I'm not sure how much I actually know in regards to getting a job as a developer.

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Tl;dr I know a lot of things at a very basic level but how do I take my knowledge to a level which is acceptable in industry.

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I got taught python when I started university so that we could have more professional graphs for our lab reports. We got taught the basics like loops, conditionals, slicing, functions, scipy for data analysis and matplotlib for graphs then it was object-oriented programming for an assignment.

I applied to about 20 summer internships for software engineering mainly but got rejected by all of them. Just before summer began I applied to a company as a last-ditch effort where it was mainly cleaning data but it still used python and I got it (they didn't have any other applicants).

I've been working part-time for the last 2 and a half months and I did some web scraping with beautiful soup. Then it turned out that the company names we needed from the scraping would need to be extracted from google searches and so I read some blogs and copied their code on natural language processing to help me. Now I'm automating some Tableau workbooks which has xml manipulation. Through all of this, I learned a lot but it was still just me using for loops and pandas.

I've built a basic website for a friends ebay business to learn django but it was never deployed (it just linked the product to the relevant ebay page) since it didn't compare to professional level websites you see normally. I'm doing a data science course on Coursera ( https://www.coursera.org/professional-certificates/ibm-data-science ) but it doesn't really explain much and just tells you to use this function because it does what you want. I still understand it since I've coded for this long and the data analysis makes sense because I'm studying Physics.

Sure my CV can now say NLP, machine learning, Tableau, SQL, data analysis but my knowledge is shallow. Heck, I didn't know what a dictionary was a year and a half after learning python.

So what can I do to cement my foundations and expand what I know? What will help me get a job when I graduate next year? I want to either end up in data science or software engineering but I'm leaning more towards software engineering.

r/datascience • post
1 points • bojanderson
Has anybody ever taken the IBM Data Science Certificate Course?
r/GetMoreViewsYT • post
1 points • rootaccessmedia
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r/u_skilluponline • post
1 points • skilluponline
Data Science has been ranked as one of the hottest professions. If you are interested in learning and developing skills for a Career in Data Science, you have reached the right place! [Open source tools & libraries, Python, Databases, SQL, Data Visualization, Data Analysis & Machine Learning].
r/u_skilluponline • post
1 points • skilluponline
If you thought that only PhDs could be Data Scientists, think again. With basic computer skills and passion for self-learning, you can be a Data Scientist too! Interact with real data science tools & solve real-world data sets on IBM Cloud. [Python, SQL, DataViz, Data Analysis & Machine Learning].
r/u_skilluponline • post
1 points • skilluponline
If you thought that only PhDs could be Data Scientists, think again. With basic computer skills and passion for self-learning, you can be a Data Scientist too! Interact with real data science tools & solve real-world data sets on IBM Cloud. [Python, SQL, DataViz, Data Analysis & Machine Learning].
r/u_skilluponline • post
1 points • skilluponline
2,720,000 Data Practitioner Jobs to be listed in the US alone by 2020**. If you are looking at getting a career in DataScience, enroll in Premium Certification Program to acquire required skills. [Open source tools-libraries, Python, Databases, SQL, DataVisualization, DataAnalysis-MachineLearning].
r/u_skilluponline • post
1 points • skilluponline
With the highest Median Base Salary of $110,000*, Data Science has been declared best job for the last 3 years. Kick start your career in Data Science through IBM Premium Certification Program. [Open source tools-libraries, Python, Databases, SQL, DataVisualization, DataAnalysis-Machine Learning].
r/u_skilluponline • post
1 points • skilluponline
Data Science has been ranked as one of the hottest professions. If you are interested in learning and developing skills for a Career in Data Science, you have reached the right place! [Open source tools & libraries, Python, Databases, SQL, Data Visualization, Data Analysis & Machine Learning].
r/croatia • comment
1 points • vulgaran

Gotovo uvijek imaju popuste i svi se kreću oko 80-90%.

Kvaliteta jako varira. Zato je najbolje prvo pogledati ocjene i recenzije (po internetu) te pogledati preview video materijale kako bi se uvjerila da je to profesionalno odrađeno.

Certifikat možeš staviti na cv ili na linkedin, no nema težinu u odnosu na, primjerice sveučilišnu diplomu. Ne šteti ubaciti, više da pokažeš poslodavcu da konstantno ulažeš u svoje znanje.

Inače, imaš na courseri od ibm-a data science tečaj koji nudi besplatne materijale za učenje. Za rješavanje ispita te dobivanje certifikata potrebno je izdvojiti 39$ (mjesečno, ovisno o tome koliko vremena ti treba za položiti sve). Usporedi pa provjeri koji ti više odgovara.

r/datascience • comment
1 points • King0494
r/cscareers • comment
1 points • ACrispWinterDay

The specific cert doesn't really matter, but I've heard that the one from IBM is pretty decent to start, https://www.coursera.org/professional-certificates/ibm-data-science

r/datascience • comment
1 points • rakshitkathawate098

Yes sure.
IBM - https://www.coursera.org/professional-certificates/ibm-data-science It is complete data science certification.

r/cscareerquestions • comment
1 points • aesir_baldur

This is not a master's programme, but it will give you broad, comprehensive introductory knowledge about data science, and is relatively cheap. IBM Data Science Professional Certificate contains 9 courses that cover all aspects of data science and do not require any background knowledge whatsoever. There are lectures, quizzes and hands-on labs. You can finish it in about a month or two if you give it enough time, and then you would be prepared for more advanced materials. Btw, Coursera also offers master's programmes but I am not sure how much they cost, you could check them out

r/datascience • post
1 points • Original_MrHaste
About IBMs Data Science Certification

Yesterday, there was a top post on this sub on 30day trial IBM gives for its data science courses, specializations and certs. I looked at it, saw 4.6 and 4.7 star averages and courses with interesting titles and syllabus so I decided to take it and try to power finish it, since I already have some experience.

So I finished first two courses and boy oh boy - what a disaster. It is well expected for this kind of cert to force you use ecosystem of the provider being that google, amazon, IBM or whoever. However, you would expect it to be a WORKING environment. Everything is so outdated in the course notes, software looks nothing like in instructions, some of it even got completely revamped. There are issues with account creation, 503 server response everywhere, loading times in scale of minutes and so on.

At first I thought it was me, my system or location issues, but then you open forums and see hundreds or thousands of complaints that reach back to beginning of 2019 or end of 2018 even. There are band-aid fixes that are sometimes provided, but something that worked 8 months ago doesn't work now since something changed again. All in all a terrible experience.

All of this is just technical problems that made me tell others about this. What I will leave here without much in-depth analysis is the actual quizes and assignments, which I would call at least questionable in the sense how much someone can learn from. Sometimes it feels like it is testing your ability to use IBMs way of doing things, not the actual underlying technology.

Although I saw all this in their second course, I investigated other courses in specialization since i thought this was kind of a non essential topic (using notebooks and other resources). They all follow similar pattern with lot of people feeling disappointed and wanting their money back. From that I decided to bail from it, and felt the need to share this. All of this is easily verifiable by going to said courses, and selecting reviews - then most helpful. Who knows how these courses got such high grade average. Maybe they were good enough at the time they were made. This would be a terrible way for someone to enter data science world.

r/ProgrammingBuddies • post
1 points • HejHelge
Looking for someone to learn Data Science / Web Development together.

Hey.

That's my first post on this sub so no worries, if I seem like a full nubb (I am actually).

Well, I got some financial aid to study Data Science on Coursera so I'd like to share some progress, materials and other stuff with you. I started just today.

I don't mind if we create a team of people who is actually into studying / learning this fields and trust me, I'll do the best to achieve the goal and help you.:)

Cheers.:)

r/datascience • post
1 points • teehee7
[AMA] I’ve completed the IBM Data Science Professional Certificate Course, ask me anything you want to know about the course and I’ll try my best to answer your questions.

I’ve decided to do a write up because similar to many others, I didn’t know where to start my journey on data science. So maybe my post can give you some insights if you decide to take the IBM Data Science Professional Certificate course. (I took it last year, near the end of 2019)

A little background on my coding experience before taking the course:

  • self-learn python through Automate The Boring Stuff and Corey Schafer youtube channel (Can’t recommend him more than enough, he is gold!)
  • self-learn SQL, a little bit of pandas and numpy

The IBM Data Science course consists of 9 parts, by having experience with python and SQL, you can clear Course 1-5 in about 2-3 weeks assuming you set aside time to do it everyday. It basically will feel like recapping what you’ve learnt. (Courses 1-3 is on understanding how to frame the business problem for data analysis and it won’t take much time to learn).

The hard part starts to come from course 6 onwards where you learn how to manipulate data using pandas and do your data analysis. Course 6-7 is where you learn how to run exploratory and descriptive analysis on jupyter notebooks and do your plottings using matplotlib, sns, folium etc. If you’ve not touch on pandas before it’ll be a learning curve for you and yes if you’ve returned your stats back to your college teacher, get it back.

At this stage if you feel overwhelmed, being someone who decided to enroll into this course without prior experience in python or data analysis, give a pat on your back that you’ve managed to come so far, it is so not easy.

Next, course 8 is where you learn the machine learning algorithms- unsupervised and supervised. If you have 0 knowledge about how ML algorithms work before taking the course, you’ll have to keep revisiting the slides to absorb the information. One thing I didn’t like about this section is, there were mistakes in the tutorials and being a complete newbie, I didn’t know till I see others highlighting in the forum section. So don’t blindly follow, you have to understand what you’re learning.

After course 8, congrats! You’re left with the capstone project where you have to come up with a business problem, choose an unsupervised ML algorithm for your analysis and submit your reports.

It took me slightly under 2 months to finish the course, I worked on it almost everyday. Is this course worth it? I signed up for this course because well, it is by IBM and IBM materials shouldn’t go wrong right? The course runs on a monthly subscription basis at USD39 per month, meaning the faster you finish the course, the less you will have to pay. If you’re thinking of getting this cert to land a data science job, you would still need to do more learning, this course gives you an intro into what data science involves and as what others have shared, you still need to prep for coding interviews by doing Kaggle etc and continue to up your knowledge in this field.

Hope this helps!

r/Python • post
2 points • Rattix88
Career paths utilizing Python?

Hi All!

I'm looking for some assistance on the path to becoming job ready coding with Python. Thought it would be helpful to give a background on my progress. Thanks!

A few month ago I quit my sales job at a large recruitment website, and am now looking to make the transition into Software Development, Data Analysis, etc.

Reason for the change - The sales job I was at for four years was too volatile in terms of compensation, and the stress of always chasing a number was taking its toll. Looking into coding I was amazed at how many different career paths there were. I have always loved learning new things and continuing to expand my knowledge, which seems like a good trait to have for coding. After a few basic courses on Linkedin Learning I was hooked.

What I have so far - I took a few basic courses on Linkedin Learning before seeing if Python was something I wanted to invest time and money into. Once I saw it definitely was, I enrolled in the Coursera "Python For Everybody" Specialization. I am on the third class of five, "Using Python to access Web Data."

What's Next - After completing this specialization I was planning on taking IBM Data Science Professional Certificate and then Excel to MySQL: Analytic Techniques for Business Specialization. I also plan on using GitHub.

Questions - Where do these 3 completed courses put me realistically in terms of being job ready? Are there any good companies that offer paid training? What other resources should I be using to get job ready? How long does a transition like mine typically take? What job titles are good entry level roles? Any and all advice is appreciated! PM's are welcome too!

r/dataanalytics • post
2 points • NotNotGod
is the IBM Data Science Professional Certificate (thru Coursera) worth the investment?

I am a university scm student but my real interest lies in data analytics and business development. I really want to teach myself how to code, specifically Python (as it appears to be pretty universally recognized and used). this course looks legit, plus being able to put the "official certification" on my resume is huge, but its not free ($35/month, website says course takes \~3 months to finish @ 12 hours/week)

is the course worth the investment

here is the link for reference: https://www.coursera.org/professional-certificates/ibm-data-science

r/u_skilluponline • post
0 points • skilluponline
Data Science jobs are most challenging to fill. Companies hire data professionals at higher salaries. Be a data science professional. Add an IBM digital badge to win that coveted job. [Open source tools & libraries, Python, Databases, SQL, Data Visualization, Data Analysis & Machine Learning].
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0 points • skilluponline
Data Science has been ranked as one of the hottest professions. If you are interested in learning and developing skills for a Career in Data Science, you have reached the right place! [Open source tools & libraries, Python, Databases, SQL, Data Visualization, Data Analysis & Machine Learning].
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0 points • skilluponline
90% of the data in the world today has been created in the last 2 years. No wonder data is the new oil. If you want to transform your career, move ahead with an IBM Data Science Professional Certificate. [Python, Databases, SQL, Data Visualization, Data Analysis & Machine Learning and more].
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0 points • skilluponline
Data Science jobs are most challenging to fill. Companies hire data professionals at higher salaries. Be a data science professional. Add an IBM digital badge to win that coveted job. [Open source tools & libraries, Python, Databases, SQL, Data Visualization, Data Analysis & Machine Learning].
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0 points • skilluponline
97,000 data analytics jobs are not filled. Number of vacant positions have increased by of 45%. Be an IBM Data Science Professional Certificate to make the most of this opportunity. [Open source tools & libraries, Python, Databases, SQL, Data Visualization, Data Analysis & Machine Learning].
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0 points • skilluponline
Lack data science professionals is contributing to the rising need for their roles. Data science professionals earn up to 38% more than contemporary IT professionals. Get an IBM Data Science Professional Certificate and transform your career. [Python, DB, SQL, DataViz, Data Analysis, ML & more].
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0 points • skilluponline
Data Science has been ranked as one of the hottest professions. If you are interested in learning and developing skills for a Career in Data Science, you have reached the right place! [Open source tools & libraries, Python, Databases, SQL, Data Visualization, Data Analysis & Machine Learning].
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0 points • skilluponline
Data Science has been ranked as one of the hottest professions. If you are interested in learning and developing skills for a Career in Data Science, you have reached the right place! [Open source tools & libraries, Python, Databases, SQL, Data Visualization, Data Analysis & Machine Learning].
r/u_skilluponline • post
0 points • skilluponline
2,720,000 Data Practitioner Jobs to be listed in US by 2020*. If you are looking at getting a career in Data Science, enroll in Premium Certification Program to acquire required skills. [Open source tools-libraries, Python, Databases, SQL, Data Visualization, Data Analysis & Machine Learning].
r/u_skilluponline • post
0 points • skilluponline
2,720,000 Data Practitioner Jobs to be listed in the US alone by 2020**. If you are looking at getting a career in DataScience, enroll in Premium Certification Program to acquire required skills. [Open source tools-libraries, Python, Databases, SQL, DataVisualization, DataAnalysis-MachineLearning].
r/u_skilluponline • post
0 points • skilluponline
With the highest Median Base Salary of $110k* Data Science has been declared best job for last 3 years. Kick start your career in Data Science through Premium Certification Program by IBM. [Open source tools & libraries, Python, Databases, SQL, Data Visualization, Data Analysis & Machine Learning].
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0 points • skilluponline
With the highest Median Base Salary of $110,000*, Data Science has been declared best job for the last 3 years. Kick start your career in Data Science through IBM Premium Certification Program. [Open source tools-libraries, Python, Databases, SQL, DataVisualization, DataAnalysis-Machine Learning].
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0 points • skilluponline
If you thought that only PhDs could be Data Scientists, think again. With basic computer skills and passion for self-learning, you can be a Data Scientist too! Interact with real data science tools & solve real-world data sets on IBM Cloud. [Python, SQL, DataViz, Data Analysis & Machine Learning].
r/u_skilluponline • post
0 points • skilluponline
If you thought that only PhDs could be Data Scientists, think again. With basic computer skills and passion for self-learning, you can be a Data Scientist too! Interact with real data science tools & solve real-world data sets on IBM Cloud. [Python, SQL, DataViz, Data Analysis & Machine Learning].
r/u_skilluponline • post
0 points • skilluponline
If you thought that only PhDs could be Data Scientists, think again. With basic computer skills and passion for self-learning, you can be a Data Scientist too! Interact with real data science tools & solve real-world data sets on IBM Cloud. [Python, SQL, DataViz, Data Analysis & Machine Learning].
r/u_skilluponline • post
0 points • skilluponline
2,720,000 Data Practitioner Jobs to be listed in US by 2020*. If you are looking at getting a career in Data Science, enroll in Premium Certification Program to acquire required skills. [Open source tools-libraries, Python, Databases, SQL, Data Visualization, Data Analysis & Machine Learning].
r/u_skilluponline • post
0 points • skilluponline
2,720,000 Data Practitioner Jobs to be listed in the US alone by 2020**. If you are looking at getting a career in DataScience, enroll in Premium Certification Program to acquire required skills. [Open source tools-libraries, Python, Databases, SQL, DataVisualization, DataAnalysis-MachineLearning].
r/u_skilluponline • post
0 points • skilluponline
With the highest Median Base Salary of $110,000*, Data Science has been declared best job for the last 3 years. Kick start your career in Data Science through IBM Premium Certification Program. [Open source tools-libraries, Python, Databases, SQL, DataVisualization, DataAnalysis-Machine Learning].
r/u_skilluponline • post
0 points • skilluponline
If you thought that only PhDs could be Data Scientists, think again. With basic computer skills and passion for self-learning, you can be a Data Scientist too! Interact with real data science tools & solve real-world data sets on IBM Cloud. [Python, SQL, DataViz, Data Analysis & Machine Learning].
r/u_skilluponline • post
0 points • skilluponline
2,720,000 Data Practitioner Jobs to be listed in US by 2020*. If you are looking at getting a career in Data Science, enroll in Premium Certification Program to acquire required skills. [Open source tools-libraries, Python, Databases, SQL, Data Visualization, Data Analysis & Machine Learning].
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0 points • skilluponline
With the highest Median Base Salary of $110k* Data Science has been declared best job for last 3 years. Kick start your career in Data Science through Premium Certification Program by IBM. [Open source tools & libraries, Python, Databases, SQL, Data Visualization, Data Analysis & Machine Learning].
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0 points • skilluponline
If you thought that only PhDs could be Data Scientists, think again. With basic computer skills and passion for self-learning, you can be a Data Scientist too! Interact with real data science tools & solve real-world data sets on IBM Cloud. [Python, SQL, DataViz, Data Analysis & Machine Learning].
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0 points • skilluponline
If you thought that only PhDs could be Data Scientists, think again. With basic computer skills and passion for self-learning, you can be a Data Scientist too! Interact with real data science tools & solve real-world data sets on IBM Cloud. [Python, SQL, DataViz, Data Analysis & Machine Learning].
r/u_skilluponline • post
0 points • skilluponline
With the highest Median Base Salary of $110,000*, Data Science has been declared best job for the last 3 years. Kick start your career in Data Science through IBM Premium Certification Program. [Open source tools-libraries, Python, Databases, SQL, DataVisualization, DataAnalysis-Machine Learning].
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0 points • skilluponline
2,720,000 Data Practitioner Jobs to be listed in the US alone by 2020**. If you are looking at getting a career in DataScience, enroll in Premium Certification Program to acquire required skills. [Open source tools-libraries, Python, Databases, SQL, DataVisualization, DataAnalysis-MachineLearning].
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0 points • skilluponline
Data Science has been ranked as one of the hottest professions. If you are interested in learning and developing skills for a Career in Data Science, you have reached the right place! [Open source tools & libraries, Python, Databases, SQL, Data Visualization, Data Analysis & Machine Learning].
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0 points • skilluponline
Data Science has been ranked as one of the hottest professions. If you are interested in learning and developing skills for a Career in Data Science, you have reached the right place! [Open source tools & libraries, Python, Databases, SQL, Data Visualization, Data Analysis & Machine Learning].
r/datascience • comment
1 points • bigmanAS

i am doing the IBM data science professional certificate under which there are nine courses , does it make sense to do that , i am currently studying engineering and am doing this since my country is on lockdown and i have else to do but i have always had an intrest in data science , here is the link for reference

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https://www.coursera.org/professional-certificates/ibm-data-science#courses