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What does a Freelance Data Scientist Do?Put simply, Freelance Data Scientists are tasked with gathering data, ingesting it and presenting it to stakeholders, colleagues and clients in a way that is actionable and informs potential future business decisions. This can include identifying data analytics problems for potential marketing solutions, analysing data patterns to identify trends to inform future strategies or interpreting data to discover new solutions and opportunities.
What should I look for when hiring a Freelance Data Analyst?Whether you're looking for a data analyst or scientist, freelancers in this space should have strong and inquisitive analytical minds that are able to readily crunch data. Being well versed in key analytics platforms and software applications is often preferred, and freelance data analysts should also be top level communicators with the ability to cut through swathes of data and present it in a way that is clear and actionable.
What is the difference between a Data Scientist and Data AnalystData science is a large and far-reaching umbrella that encompasses other such skills such as machine learning and data mining. A data scientist is primarily tasked with forecasting and modelling based on data patterns, while data analysts can provide meaningful insights from existing data sources. In short, data scientists create questions while data analysts find solutions.
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