A Guide to Teaching Data Science

@article{Hicks2018AGT,
  title={A Guide to Teaching Data Science},
  author={S. Hicks and R. Irizarry},
  journal={The American Statistician},
  year={2018},
  volume={72},
  pages={382 - 391}
}
  • S. Hicks, R. Irizarry
  • Published 2018
  • Mathematics, Medicine, Computer Science
  • The American Statistician
  • ABSTRACT Demand for data science education is surging and traditional courses offered by statistics departments are not meeting the needs of those seeking training. This has led to a number of opinion pieces advocating for an update to the Statistics curriculum. The unifying recommendation is that computing should play a more prominent role. We strongly agree with this recommendation, but advocate the main priority is to bring applications to the forefront as proposed by Nolan and Speed in 1999… CONTINUE READING

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