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June 18, 2022, 2:18 p.m. | /u/Basa010

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Hi all, I just accepted a position that is in the data science department but I'm not really called a data scientist yet. More of an advanced analyst position. I was told I will be working with data and analyzing it but I won't be building any models yet. In my interviews, I was told that I will be using Python and some SQL in my everyday work. I am okay with Pandas, but barely have any knowledge of SQL …

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