I came across a couple of interesting articles the other day that take opposing views on a “how to conduct analytics” debate.

The first perspective, “Data-Driven Science is a Failure of Imagination,” from r-bloggers.com, seems written by a traditional statistician. The author takes issue with “data-driven scientists” who propose “that the best way towards scientific progress is to collect data, visualize them and analyze them.”

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