Day: November 1, 2020

This in-depth Microsoft Excel and data analysis training can turn you into a true data scientist

TLDR: This 24-course collection delving into Microsoft Excel and all manner of data analysis can get you ready to launch into a whole new lucrative career.

Here’s a question involving large numbers for you to ponder. Data scientists are making an average annual salary of $113,000. Then consider what you’re making each year right now for doing whatever it is that you do. Now subtract the second number from the first number. If you’re left with a very, very large number at the end of that equation, it might be a good time to consider a career change.

Now that

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To reach net-zero carbon emissions, we must address social inequalities

With COP26, the UN’s climate change conference, on the horizon next year in Glasgow, all eyes are on securing the decarbonization of the global economy. What this will mean and how it will be achieved will be hotly debated before, during and after the conference.

Thanks to COVID-19, the world has experienced an extraordinary simulation of what abrupt decarbonization might look like. At least in relation to transport, lockdown has revealed the enormous improvements in air quality and wildlife habitats, which result from curtailing fossil-fueled transport.

But, at the same time, hastily implemented lockdown measures, including enforced confinement, have worsened

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