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Sept. 21, 2022, 4:59 p.m. | /u/Western-Elevator-456

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I’m particularly interested in the opinions of those who did a PhD or more (say, a post-doc or academic job) in the social sciences.


Part of the reason that I ask is because I’ve seen many people with natural science and esp. physical science backgrounds doing data science. This seems somewhat counter-intuitive.

Edit 2:

To me most data science problem sets seem closer in subject matter to social science than natural science problems. However, the main point of this …

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