Some considerations on a research question I will not be able to answer to

As I had the chance to mention in a previous post, I am currently enrolled in the MSc program in Information Science and Data Analytics at Northumbria University. One day I will probably write a post about the experience, for now let’s say that I am doing quite all right juggling between work and study …

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Dereliction of data

He’s just taken two wounded and one dead. All he has to report is one confirmed, one probable [enemy fatalities]. This won’t look good. Bad ratio. He knows all sorts of bullets were flying all over the place. It was a point-to-point contact, so no ambush, so the stinkin’ thinin’ goes round and round, so …

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Update to HQAI audit analysis

The results of a few mid-term audits have been published on HQAI website, those of the Church of Sweden, Tearfund, Naba’a, and Christian Aid (a new organization, TPO Uganda, has also been audited, but the results are not available on the website). I updated the results of the initial audit with the scores of the …

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Impressions on Bertesmann Data Science Challenge Scholarship Course on Udacity

A few months ago I was selected to take part to the Bertesmann Data Science Challenge Scholarship Course on Udacity. The scholarship is basically a program in two phases: In the first one, 15,000 participants were selected to take part to a 3-months “challenge course” covering the basics of data analytics (basic statistics, introduction to …

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Impressions on Udacity Data Analyst Nanodegree

I have recently completed the first term of the Udacity Nanodegree in Data Analytics (which is structured in two independent “terms” of three months each, even though the first one is optional). It mostly covered Python (in particular numpy and pandas, the Python libraries for data analysis), SQL and practical statistics (basically from the basics …

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