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Last Fall, I ran across a headline in one of the LinkedIn analytics groups I subscribe to that prompted a double take. It read something like “Data Science at the University of Chicago.” At first I thought it must be some new university astrophysics grant. Or perhaps economics department or B-school funding. Data science per se seemed a bit pedestrian for the UofC.

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Causal studies and BI have long pondered impact of Big Data analytics. It's good to see U of C taking an initiative in these regard. Quantitative methods would certainly benefit from use of more big data integrated in academic and vocational courses. It all builds an overall culture of leveraging data and mitigating risks in the industry-academia network. (More at http://goo.gl/UtIJ9g)
Posted by Eamon W | Thursday, August 14 2014 at 10:21PM ET
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