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Some of the ideas in the book are already well known to most software designers and entrepreneurs good data structures are crucial, try to design a minimally functioning prototype and then iterate, etc. If you are looking data jujitsu the art of turning data into product an detailed and technical how-to book, then you will be severely disappointed.
Ratings and Reviews 0 0 star ratings 0 reviews. This was more of a blog post than a book. Interesting ideas on how to approach data projects. Some of my favourite snippets are: Aug 31, Mms Mamdouh Al Shamy rated it liked it. Some good advice with examples from the LinkedIn team. How to write datw great review. This is where the Jujitsu metaphor comes in play: Other editions – View all Data Jujitsu: Ballarat Charter volume 1.
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No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! Jan 06, Sowmya rated it liked it Shelves: Break down seemingly complex data problems into simplified partsUse alternative data analysis techniques to examine themUse human input, such as Mechanical Takes the concepts of breaking down projects into simple iterative feature releases to get the user in the app as early as possible and drive direction and acceptance.
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I hope you like this posting of DJ Patil as much as I do! The central idea of data jujitsu the art of turning data into product e-book is that in design of data-driven products it helps to use the actual usage of the product as a guide and a driving force. There is also a free report on Data Jujitsu you can download. Just as methods for general product development have steadily improved, so have the ideas for developing data products.
Break down seemingly complex data problems into simplified parts Use alternative data analysis techniques to examine them Use human input, such as Mechanical Turk, and design tricks that enlist the help of your users to take sho Acclaimed data scientist DJ Patil details a new approach to solving problems in Data Jujitsu.
Data Jujitsu: The Art of Turning Data into Product
He is known for co-coining the term Data Scientist. Nonetheless, data products are unique in that they are often extremely difficult, and datq intractable for small teams with limited funds. You’ve successfully reported this review. Sunny Mates and Murders. Samarth Bhaskar rated it liked it Jul 07, Three Contributions to the Theory of Sex.
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The central idea of this e-book is that in design of data-driven products it helps to use the actual usage of the product as a guide and a driving force. Engage the user to help you, rather than relying on analysis.
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