SPSS, Open Source, and Why Data Science Tools May not Matter Much (Keith McCormick) - KNN Ep. 38
Today I had the pleasure of speaking with Keith McCormick. Keith is an independent data miner, trainer, speaker, and author out of North Carolina who’s linkedin learning courses have been viewed over 500,000 times. For the last several years, the focus of Keith’s work has been to improve how analytics leadership runs their teams and how they hire and nurture new talent. Keith actually started his analytics journey as an SPSS instructor, and in this interview we talk about the rise and fall of the software. We also talk about his thoughts on the future of machine learning tools and his ongoing fascination with personality types. I hope you enjoy the chat!
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