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Hi Kaiser,

I enjoyed reading your thoughts on data science via your blog, video interviews and book. Given the growing importance of BI across all industries, I agree that even if analysts learn to speak "English", the non-statistician needs to have a strong sense of what analytics can accomplish. It's a two way street.


btw: I noticed that Spotfire's editor linked the "How to speak like a data scientist" post to your clarification above.


Hi Paul, I forgot to mention that I learned about the Spotfire post from your tweet. Thanks for the tip.

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