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A U.S. Census Bureau employee uses a UNIVAC 1105 computer to tabulate data…

Census Bureau employee uses a UNIVAC 1105 computer to tabulate data…

Between 1960 and 1990, FOSDIC (Film Optical Sensing Device for Input to Computers) allowed census data to be transferred from paper questionnaire to microfilm for rapid processing by the Census Bureau’s computers. Learn more at http://www.census.gov/history/

A few months ago, my aunt sent her colleagues an email with the subject, “Math Problem! What is the answer?” It contained a deceptively…

How six young women became the world's first computer programmers

ENIAC unveiling ENIAC‘s creators show it off in public. Presper Eckert and John Mauchly are in the foreground. Their Army liaison officer, Captain Herman Goldstine, is between the two women programmers.

6 Awesome Visualization Tools to Bring Out Your Inner Graphic Designer

6 Awesome Visualization Tools to Bring Out Your Inner Graphic Designer

Statistic Brain: Tons of real statistics. Everything from Family Guy statistics, to hurricane statistics, to Pizza Hut statistics.

My first article on “How To Become A Data Scientist” explored the basic four different types of Data Scientist – Data Business People, Data Creatives, Data Developers and Data Researchers (as per the O’Reilly study “Analysing the Analysers”). It highlighted the need for a data science team with diverse and

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We need to stop criticizing methods and start criticizing the application of methods. Instead of blaming mobile surveys or gamified research...

It’s never the tools #MRX

We need to stop criticizing methods and start criticizing the application of methods. Instead of blaming mobile surveys or gamified research.

Numbers are only the seed or the starting point of the story. The analyst must interpret the data to make it a comprehensible, coherent story.

Numbers are only the seed or the starting point of the story. The analyst must interpret the data to make it a comprehensible, coherent story.

Remington Rand Univac Computer (1950s).

Universal Automatic Computer (UNIVAC) – 1951 It was the first functional mass-produced business computer in history and opened the door to a larger commercial market.

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