Between November and December 2017, I published the three parts of my Anatomy of a Data Function. These were cunningly called Part I, Part II and Part III. Eight months is a long time in the data arena and I have now issued an update.
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The changes in Version 2 are confined to the above organogram and Part I of the text. They consist of the following:
- Split Artificial Intelligence out of Data Science in order to better reflect the ascendancy of this area (and also its use outside of Data Science).
- Change Data Science to Data Science / Engineering in order to better reflect the continuing evolution of this area.
My aim will be to keep this trilogy up-to-date as best practice Data Functions change their shapes and contents.
If you would like help building or running your Data Function, or would just like to have an informal chat about the area, please get in touch
From: peterjamesthomas.com, home of The Data and Analytics Dictionary, The Anatomy of a Data Function and A Brief History of Databases
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