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Sept. 28, 2022, 1:12 p.m. | /u/datascience_isgud

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Correct me if I'm wrong please. As far as I learned DS, I feel EDA and FE are extremely important and not only bookish knowledge it requires creative thinking too which definitely comes from experience and domain knowledge too.

Everytime i see a new dataset (complex and bigger one), my mind kinda numbed because i feel i have a very bookish knowledge of EDA and FE.

Can anyone please help me how a real data scientist think and works on …

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