I don‘t see the correlation between title and content, as well the value of the information presented as long you don’t develop the ideas. The facts might be true, though they look pretty isolated, they lack unity. Graphics without some interpretation bring little value.

There are also some aspects that can be easily questionable:

  • Managers don’t need to understand the inner working of data science — they need to understand the outputs and put them in context, and is a data scientist’s responsibility to help in the process.

Probably, exploring 1-2 ideas would bring more value to the readers than listing facts that don’t make sense and have no anchor in the text or reality whatsoever. Keep writing!

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Adrian

Adrian

IT professional/blogger with more than 19 years experience in IT - Software Engineering, BI & Analytics, Data, Project, Quality, Database & Knowledge Management