After collecting information, sharing them among our consortium and all the stakeholders, the second phase of the Da.Re. project has been completed with the delivery of the Intellectual Output 2 (I.O.2).
The Output is a document called “Handbook of Data Science” and it is a collection of the whole experience made thanks to the course organized online for the Da.Re. project and the residential school with its case studies experimented in Italy in April 2019.
The Handbook can be considered as a manual based on five sections:
- Data Preparation
- Data Analysis
- Data Visualizations
From the point of view developed by the Da.Re. consortium it is the way we studied to train the “Data Science Bridge Specialists”.
The research we made during the first year of activity made for the project identified a gap in the provision of data science education that is not satisfied by the universities or boot camps, namely for what we have called the “bridge person”. It is someone who combines knowledge of an organisation’s business with sufficient knowledge and understanding of data science to “bridge” between nontechnical people in the business with highly skilled data scientists able to add value to the business.
You can find the document in the download section of the dare-project.eu website, clicking the link reported below.
The Handbook is something made thinking about the end users, so enjoy it and let us know how you would improve this work.
Thank you for helping us re-imagining education and sharing these results among the users!