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Shaun Bray
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Be bold, be curious, challenge yourself always.
Be bold, be curious, challenge yourself always.

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Who doesn't love listening to people talk about money? #Money #Finance #Podcasts #SelfImprovement
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Every time someone runs a correlation coefficient on two time series, an angel loses their wings #data #BigData #Rstats #Correlation #Statistics
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This partnership really helped each other become the brands they are today. Will other companies come in to be the official sponsor of Crossfit?
Crossfit Says Reebok Has Been Dishonest and Deceptive, Demands $4.8 Million For Breach of Contract #Crossfit #Reebok #Business
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An alternative to treemaps #BigData #visualization #feedly
an alternative to treemaps
an alternative to treemaps
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How can I become a data scientist? #data #feedly
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The World Cup is upon us! Here is a simulation written in R to find out your winner of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. #R #machinelearning #WorldCup #FIFA #BigData #feedly
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For a performance boost in your Tableau dashboard, avoid using 'Only Relevant Values' in your quick filters. Instead, use dashboard action filters! #Tableau #dataviz #visualizations #BigData
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Working with week numbers in Tableau may not get you the result you are looking for. Here is a simple guide to how to filter your dashboard by week and also make the filter more user friendly.

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Working with week numbers in Tableau may not get you the result you are looking for. Here is a simple guide to how to filter your dashboard by week and also make the filter more user friendly.
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Analysis done in R. Interesting insights into what health issues people in America are searching for on Google. Since heart disease is the number one cause of death in the US, are people doing more research about the disease? With what seems to be an uptick in suicides mentioned in the media, are people more interested in looking into depression? Are searches for diabetes and diarrhea somehow correlated? This post goes over a little bit of this, along with the R code used to create the analysis.

I am open to any feedback, suggestions and constructive criticism. Looking to be able to do more in-depth analyses in the future. #health #analytics #search #R
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