For reasons perhaps having to do with “siloed thinking” or “not-invented-here” syndrome (things that can affect all teams from time to time), many participants on the Big Data Management (BDM) and Big Data Analysis (BDA) scene have become convinced that there is only one kind of Data Science: that which is run in their corporate or academic shops. You know. Data Science. The only Data Science. This misapprehension has given way to confusion, even among those calling ourselves data scientists, about what to call ourselves. We learned about data and analysis in a graduate (MSc or PhD, or both) physics
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