Dec. 4, 2023, 8:46 p.m. | /u/Voldemort57

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I’m a stats major and keep hearing the importance of computer science for any stats major who wants to get a “good” job (anything beyond data analysis, though I’d be completely happy with a DA job initially).

My stats major covers programming in R, python, C, and some classes involving sql, tableau, git, etc, so I have decent exposure in that regard.

What I’m worried about not having exposure to is data structures and algorithms (I guess aside from electives …

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