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Sept. 28, 2022, 3:15 p.m. | /u/kansha-

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I've been having a dilemma in which topic should i focus/study more.

SQL, Python, R, Statistics, Machine Learning, General Mathematics, Programming Algorithms

My list would be:
1. Machine Learning
2. Statistics
3. Python
4. R
5. General Mathematics
6. Programming Algorithms
7. SQL

I personally think that being able to perform CRUD operations in SQL is enough in being a data scientist, is this true? or should I learn SQL more?

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