Data Science Project
Hello All, I want to know about the list of data science projects for beginners. I am in my final year and want to build a career in data science and looking for data science projects with source code. I have checked on GitHub and google and found this list (https://www.interviewbit.com/blog/data-science-projects/) and looking for more new trending projects. Can anyone help me out?
Hey Shivam,I would suggest to create your own source code instead of relying on others and doing copy-paste.Sometimes copying a code snippet is ok as long as it meets your requirement and you understand it.In todays works there are multiple ways to get the Dataset in the domain you are interested, please get and start working on those, could refer to UCI Machine Learning Repository (https://archive.ics.uci.edu/ml/index.php), or Kaggle.com for datasets. Working on a dataset from scratch will give you confidence and you will learn a lot.Also for end-to-end project you could use Flask / Django etc or some API's and then host that website for real-world, with this you will be able to work on Data Science Project end-to-end.Incase you stuck anywhere then post here in DSF, and we are always here to help.I know this may not be easy, but take a baby step and then we are here to hold the hands.All the Best.
Are Data Science Highest Paying Job?
Hello Everyone, I am very confused to choose a career in Data Science. I have 1 year of experience in R programming and want to switch careers in data science. I have to spend a lot of time on research on how to become a data scientist and what’s the average salary. According to this post https://www.interviewbit.com/blog/data-scientist-salary/ the average salary for a data scientist is Rs.698,412 per year. With less than a year of experience, an entry-level data scientist can make approximately 500,000 per year. Data scientists with 1 to 4 years of experience may expect to earn about 610,811 per year. Can anyone suggest me, Is data science is the highest paying job?
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Thanks for the article, nicely explained along with covering the basic aspects.Also I was working on the dataset (from kaggle) on to predict covid through X-Rays, but seems using CNN or others not getting good score or prediction.After reading the article, seems got more details, and will try to implement in the EDA part and then train the model. Hope this should increase the prediction probability.
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Brilliant work.Very well-written article. Yes, I have heard a lot about this "buzzword" around me and thinking it is the only "buzzword" you need to adopt and survive in the IT industry.Is it true?
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