A few weeks ago I wrote a blog critical of the EMC survey/report “Data Science Revealed: A Data-Driven Glimpse into the Burgeoning New Field.”

Among my concerns was an uncertainty of just how representative the sample of 497 was of the population it purported to describe. I was also skeptical of several trends and conclusions drawn from the limited data. In short, I thought the research might well be biased in the direction of “proving” that data science was growing and hot, while business intelligence was declining and not.

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