The ‘science’ in Data Science refers to the process of developing systematic understanding of the world through observations and experimentation. This science is happening in the context of fast moving organizations, in near realtime, and by folks who have varied backgrounds. The most familiar version of the experimentation is the A/B testing. In this session, panelists Paul Meinshausen, Co-Founder at Aampe and Bargava Subramanian, Co-Founder and CTO of Binaize will explore:
- What does it mean to do science in organizations?
- How important is experimentation? How should organizations think about it?
- How to choose what to experiment with - feasibility, value, ROI? How?
- What are some under-appreciated elements of the experimentation?
- How does the business context (B2B versus B2C) impact the design?
- What are some standard methods?
- What is the shelf life of any learning?
- How do we cope with experimentation given many dimensions?
- How can we secure experiementation against interference?
- How do we prepare the organization and infrastructure to enable experimentation?
- Experimentation in Data Science - list of technical references and further readings on the concept compiled by Paul Meinhausen -
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Previous session: The previous session was held on 1 July. Summary of the session is available on https://hasgeek.com/fifthelephant/making-data-science-work-4/
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