: Data Jujitsu: The Art of Turning Data into Product eBook: DJ Patil: Kindle Store. Data Jujitsu has ratings and 20 reviews. Daniel said: This is one of those books where you get much more than you paid for. Not only because the book. The art of using multiple data elements in clever ways to solve iterative problems that, when combined, solve a data problem that might otherwise be intractable.

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Data Jujitsu: The Art of Turning Data into Product

Describing some ideas in details like Data Vomiting, using user as product and give him some processed data to engage him, using Juijutsu to use the size of the data against itself by humans.

DJ Patil on Data Jujitsu: Data Jujitsu Use product design When in doubt, use humans Be opportunistic for wins Ground your product in the real world Give data back to the user to create additional value No data vomit Expect unforeseen jujitus effects Improving precision and recall Subjectivity Enlisting other users Ask and you shall receive Anticipate failure Putting Jujtisu Jujitsu into practice A.


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Some of my favourite snippets are: Good insights into building a minimal viable product around data problems primarily using examples from author’s personal experiences at LinkedIn, and some other contemporary examples.

Learn how to use a problem’s “weight” against itself to: Learn how to use a problem’s “weight” against itself to: A short but powerful take on data product design.

This is more an essay rather than a book.

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Learn how to use a problem’s “weight” against itself to: The Magical Matchmaker’s Legacy Iujitsu Samarth Bhaskar rated it liked it Jul 07, A Victorian San Francisco Mystery. Short, but contains many useful advices applicable not only for big-data related projects. You can read it online at http: English as She is Spoke.

This short e-book is very readable and well written, something that one can never take for granted for a geeky book on data science. He is known for co-coining the term Data Scientist. The Game Of Logic.


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I liked it for its clear-cut explanation. Please review your cart. Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. I didn’t realize it was SO short when I started. Interestingly, he broadens the definition of the object of study “data products” as any product “that jujitu an end goal through the use of data”.

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Steps to financial freedom. Much of this product development has been around building data products. Jan 01, Andre rated it really liked it.

Interesting ideas on how to approach data projects. Good tips, probably, for the working data scientist. Overall rating No ratings yet 0.