Data Science Platform
Data Science Platform unifies activities relating to data science work as it relates to collecting data from various sources, integrating collected data, developing or implementing viable models around the integrated data, and publishing results via applicable channels with a view to unifying people, tools, artefacts and work products from every possible angle. Data Science Platform is used by organisations to erect strict boundaries around data science from an organisational perspective. Data science teams are in the best position to administer Data Science Platforms, because they are well-versed with version control standards which have been established over decades of software engineering; these will be applied during the process of accumulating insights and sharing reports with applicable business stakeholders. As a standard, data models are published as APIs so that systems designed in other languages (Java, PHP, C#, Ruby, etc.) do not have to re-implement published APIs before consumption can take place. Obviously, this re-implementation will be a source of unwanted delay. Things like self-service tools and dashboards can be used by non-technical analysts and stakeholders, for the purpose of effective collaboration.
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