Introduction Data science is a multidisciplinary field that combines math, statistics, programming, and artificial intelligence to analyze and discover insights embedded in large amounts of data. These insights can then be used to help data scientists ask and answer questions about data, such as: what happened, why it happened, what will happen, and what can... Continue Reading →
This post, written by FSU Libraries Data Fellows, discusses the critical evaluation of data through the lens of data collection, data presentation and visualization, and data ethics.
The STEM Libraries Graduate Assistant, Liam, attended the Midwest Data Librarian Symposium and is here to tell you about his experience!
The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy made groundbreaking progress toward open access- read more about what this means as students and researchers.
For Love Data Week 2022, we are highlighting our FSU STEM Libraries Data Fellows! These posts, written by the fellows themselves, tell their stories of how they became interested in data-related work and their experience as a data fellow to this point. Today's post is contributed by Diego Bustamante.
many employers now require skills in data analysis and computer programming as prerequisites for job applications. In this blog post, we will discuss the most in-demand languages in the market and give a brief explanation of each.
Big data as a term has become synonymous with the growth of digital data and the glut of information available to researchers and the public. Check out as this article explores 'Big Data'.
WHAT IS LOVE DATA WEEK? Love Data Week is a week-long event that is celebrated on an international level to bring more awareness to the importance of research data management, library-based research data services, and more. On top of raising awareness on topics related to these different aspects, Love Data Week also aims to build... Continue Reading →
This semester, FSU became the newest consortial member of Atlanta’s Census Research Data Center. Funded primarily by the College of Social Sciences and the Office of Research, the Florida State community can now use Census micro-data without paying lab fees, which can range upwards of $15,000 per project. There are currently 18 Census Research Data Centers in the... Continue Reading →
Data science is all the rage lately. Harvard Business Review even named it the sexiest job of the 21st century. Even though the term is rapidly gaining mind share, many are still confused about what data science actually is. When you cut through the hype, the core of data science is actually pretty simple: it's... Continue Reading →