## How to learn math for data science (the minimize effort maximize outcome way)

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In this video, I cover how to learn math for data science – the minimize effort and maximize outcome way! You also get a look at my transcript c:

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Links mentioned in video:

Linear Regression Statquest with Josh Starmer:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaFPbb66DxQ&list=PLblh5JKOoLUIzaEkCLIUxQFjPIlapw8nU

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCi6fWuI8r4

How to choose between software engineering and data science:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUkSeqe1eYQ

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How comfortable are you with math?

I really like this learning approach of a relentless focus on projects. What frustrates me the most about learning is how I can never retain everything I learn. At the end of the day you mostly only retain what you put into practice, so why not do all your learning at the same time as putting it into practice on projects? It just makes sense really.

Wow this was very motivating

The best way to learn datascience is keep doing personal projects, kaggle tournaments, and read lots interesting fun papers in ML/DL. Turn it into your hobby.

I like your videos and left a sub. There is only something in your audio that is a little off.

Im never gonna love math lm always lazy on it and dont like it when it goes to complicated level

is that blue yeti mic? i'm sorry but, is it just me or i think your mic could produce a better sound… btw awesome content as always π π

Woman looks like she just came straight outta The Grudge

Coming from a business major, your videos are simple and easy to digest. It easily reinforces my interest in data science and motivates me to pursue it as a career π

Sometimes I feel like my major fall short of the technical skill sets and itβs tough to compete with my peers from computer science background. Any advices for that?

Understand at high level first(abstract)

Then understand the concepts just enough to get the logic

For an algorithm- as assumptions, where it performs well, where it doesnt

I reached out to you on linkedin to connect! Great video π

Hey what do you think about DATAQUEST DATASCIENCE / DATA ANALYST COURSES.

Do you work remotely? If yes, Do you ever meet your remote team members in person.

The moment I saw the transcript I knew you were at UofT lol

Darling you made my goal clear … !

i am a math genius. I can add two single digit natural number ππ

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The course averages at your school were brutal. That must have been stressful!

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Thanks for sharing !! π

I am too dumb for your channel, but I really enjoy it. Thanks for the effort.

The thumbnail is more scarier than maths π

Really love how you are so upfront and generous about sharing your background! A lot of others seem to say, "I was good at math", or "I loved math ever since", so it's kind of difficult for aspiring DS who don't have strong backgrounds in math, to relate. But I'm so glad you shared this! It is really inspiring amd motivating. Thank you π

I don't know why people hate Math, Math is interesting, All it takes is Practice , there is No Secrets β¦

I reckon math is as like other subjects, but the thing is that it's not written in english, so our brain says that hey this is a unique thing + as it's not in english well that's hard then. I think that's the only reason why people don't really understand maths, otherwise maths is also easy as other subjects are or any other thing to learn. I also used to think that it's hard but once I thought that I should really give it a try and let's se how it works for me(at least 3 hours a day, even if becomes a hectic) and after 3 or 4 days of continues learning it, it turns out that yes It's easy and I can learn it pretty easily like any other subject.

Math is that subject where you must fill those missing gaps of your knowledge in that chain of mathematics….and after that math will just as easy it is…

b0 is not a coefficient

Ds is dead

regression can be used when there is a correlation between input and output variables

This is how you learn maths :

" Be brave enough to be bad at something new "

Same problem- Panic! Thank you for sharing this!

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The reason why so many intelligent people struggle with math is that math education is broken. It focuses on teaching people how to use math instead of how to do math. They are taught the solutions to problems and then made to apply that already formed solution to the same problem with different details.

The result is that math education is completely divorced from the field, and students do not view themselves as mathematicians. They were not given the mental tools of logic to solve problems. They were given the solutions to problems. The quadratic formula is not a method to solve a problem, it is the answer to a problem. We give them the answer to questions. We don't teach them how to form solutions to new problems.

That's why so many kids, upon learning some formula for solving some absurdly specific problem, ask "when am I ever gonna need this?" And they're right.

I am in love with you, for no reason in particular….. I thought math hates me and I hate math and we may never be in a relationship with each other but I think I am gonna give it another chance and make it work …thank you tina .

hi Tina, nice video! do you use Phyton or R as Data Scientist?

I hate math

The content on this channel is incredibly good. This has become one of my favorite channels. Your analytical attitude and your optimism is endearing. Keep up the great work!

Hello there, just leaving a note. Iβm a big fan of your work. Thank you for doing what you do.

I thought Linear Algebra was a prereq. for Master's program. How were you able to get through the program?

@Tina huang HMU w/ that fb referral >:[

So inspiring! Thanks for sharing π

You really have to understand the mathematics behind data science. This helps you to have a strong intuitive understanding of an algorithm.

Lmao at the guy that got hit in the head

* panics in math

I start grad school today in DS and my first two courses involve stats, wish me luck lol

You make really nice videos which inspire me while upscaling and searching for a job a year after completing my Master's in Data Analytics in a foreign country during Covid-19. You have a very calm and friendly way of educating others.

Yet, for some reason though I find it weird that the eq is y=b1x+b0 instead of y=mx+c. But that's just me…

Kudos!

I was good at Maths during my High School because that is the only thing I have ever loved and never get bored of solving that maths problem before programming.