Oliver Frost will be answering the age old data scientist question, 'which tool is right for me?' at this months London Business Analytics meetup!
R and Python are incredibly good tools for data manipulation, data analysis and general development. They are both popular languages with a wide following of contributors, including analysts and programmers, that use them on a daily basis. Oliver Frost, a data engineer at Consolidata, will discuss the key differences between them and other analysis tools like SAS, so you can decide which tool is right for you as a business professional.
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R vs Python vs SAS
Ollie is a Data Engineer at Consolidata and an active member of the SQL community. His time is divided between working on technical client projects, improving the company data platform and carrying out marketing and sales activities. Ollie likes to incorporate knowledge from his previous life as a neuroscience graduate and as a former blindfolded Rubik's Cube world record holder - his belief that psychology, neuroscience and big data will, one day, collide in a big way.