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May 8, 2022, 10:04 a.m. | /u/T-ROY_T-REDDIT

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Yes, you heard me right my college has an undergrad in Data Analytics. Aside from the point, we had a capstone, a project where we worked for a company analyzing their data.

So I analyzed their data, the entire time I struggled with the data science process, and kept on going back to what is the question? Is it specific enough? What analysis should I do? Is it technical enough?

I had prior experiences to that with internships, but those …

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