Data scientist

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More and more companies are making data leading in the choices they make about their business processes and choices. After all, data is factual. As a data scientist you are responsible for collecting and managing data. You know better than anyone how to link, enrich, analyze and visualize structured and unstructured data. A data scientist plays an important role in the analysis of the data including the application of statistical models. In addition, a data scientist supports the business with information related to strategy, processes and performance. A data scientist is constantly working on the development of up-to-date KPIs to support the business in achieving growth.

The most important tasks of a data scientist are: 

  • Analyze and model data to be able to predict, innovate and innovate. 
  • The management and integration of data from the various sources, both internal and external. 
  • Delivering and optimizing management information and reports. 
  • Signaling trends and developments, including making predictive modeling with the help of algorithms. 
  • Advising various stakeholders on the optimal use of management information and proactively identifying opportunities in this regard.
Being a data scientist naturally requires the right skill and toolset. In general, a data scientist has the following skills in his arsenal: 
  • SQL, Data Modeling, Business Analysis, Business Process, creating and working with data marts (OLAP etc.) and business intelligence tools. 
  • You are good with logical and physical data models to recognize patterns and make simple analyzes to support the business. 
  • You have a completed higher professional or university education (for example: Computer Science / Mathematics / Bioinformatics / Artificial Intelligence / Econometrics). 
  • You are entrepreneurial, proactive, analytical, result-oriented, critical, independent and interested in Big Data.
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