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    Could Data Science Have Saved Greece? by Timo Elliott
    Published on July 09, 2015
    Whatever the right solution is for the current Greek crisis, many observers believe that the problems could have been avoided if Greece had not joined the Euro in the first place. It is no secret that Greece struggled to meet the official criteria for Euro entry. It was revealed in…
  • Surveys Generate Data But Don’t Necessarily Replace Hard Data
    Surveys Generate Data But Don’t Necessarily Replace Hard Data by Kaan Turnali
    Published on June 08, 2015
    Surveys, questionnaires, and polls generate data, but survey data and hard data aren’t the same thing. I often see them treated in the same light in the context of answering

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