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“Analytics is the process of obtaining an optimal and realistic decision based on existing data.”
True to our eyes, it has made its place because it’s certainly –
Highly payed skill
Can be called as future of IT industry with its base in every sector we can image about. Since each business wants to improve its decision making capabilities.
Lucrative field.
Analytics is broad term, which at lower levels starts from data to derive some basic information out of it (Descriptive Analysis). Reports generated on the basis of these results(reports data) is accessed to bring out the prospective agents of business development (Predictive Analysis) and the probability* of future events based on historical raw data. Now, using the outcome of later two we can have recommendations(Prescriptive Analysis). This emerging technology enables us to make various models which recommend one or more courses of action — and showing the likely outcome of each decision.
Note * : I hope here you can clearly understand the role of probability in Predictive Analytics. It requires pure mathematics(Stats) with machine learning algorithms.
Hope you got a basic understanding of Data analytics. It just doesn’t end here. We have more classifications and examples.
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Numeric Types | Precision | Internally | Literal Creation | |
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integers | Have unlimited precision | i = 5 | ||
floating point | System dependent precision values check – sys.float_info | implemented using double in C | f = 5.5 | |
complex numbers | real + img | implemented as floating point number | c = 2j |
Operations on Numeric Types
Operation | Result | ||
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x + y | sum of x and y | ||
x - y | difference of x and y | ||
x * y | product of x and y | ||
x / y | quotient of x and y | ||
x // y | floored quotient of x and y | ||
x % y | remainder of x / y | ||
-x | x negated | ||
+x | x unchanged | ||
abs(x) | absolute value or magnitude of x | ||
int(x) | x converted to integer | ||
float(x) | x converted to floating point | ||
complex(re, im) | a complex number with real part re, imaginary part im. im defaults to zero. | ||
c.conjugate() | conjugate of the complex number c | ||
divmod(x, y) | the pair (x // y, x % y) | ||
pow(x, y) | x to the power y | ||
x ** y | x to the power y |
Strings *
len()
and str()
can work on other data types
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