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If I were to try some online sleuthing, the first question I would ask is for the course's website, if there is one, or for links to recent assignments. This has the double benefit that your primary goal in doing this is to make sure that your instruction is as helpful as it can be. If students cannot provide this, then my next question would be about how ...


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I'm going to rephrase your question a bit: "Is it worth preparing for the DASCA Data Science certification, and if not, what should I do instead?" I teach data science and counsel with a lot of students looking for jobs, as well as employers looking for people to hire. I've also worked as a data science consultant for a few years. I have never ...


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Answering your questions with suitable answers for doing research you must have the following:- A topic or brief subject on which you want to work. In CS field, start find faults and raising questions to yourself about the topic you learn, e.g. while learning sorting in Data structure, what other technique you can suggest while simplifying existing ...


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I would suggest taking to professors at your institution. If the semester is in session, you can go to their office hours; otherwise, you can email your advisor or another professor who knows you. Even if it's outside their area, they should be able to steer you in the right direction.


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