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DEC 13, 2012 11:47am ET

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Social Science Pushing Data Frontiers

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I've noted in several blogs over recent months the proximity of the business-led discipline data science with academically-focused quantitative social science. From my perspective, DS obsesses on data, statistical and computational methodologies to study social behavior, much the same as QSS.

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