All the Excel Formulas That You Need

All the Excel Formulas That You Need

Microsoft Excel is the go-to tool for working with data. There are probably a handful of people who haven’t used Excel, given its immense popularity. Excel is a widely used software application in industries today, built to generate reports and business insights. Excel supports several in-built applications that make it easier to use. One such feature … Read more

Highly Rated Data Science Courses For 2022

Data science courses are everywhere. You can watch free tutorials on YouTube, you can join online courses, or have formal data science education at university, but which one is the best option? After researching these highly rated data science courses. At last, I understand there’s no single course/program that works for everybody, so in this … Read more

Principles of Macroeconomics by N. Gregory Mankiw

There are many academic books in the field of economics but this one is best. Principles of Macroeconomics holds everything that a student is looking for in an academic book. The language is pretty simple and consists of many things like eloquence, elegancy, good examples, understandable graphs. There are many real cases presented for pretty … Read more

How To Live by Sarah Bakewell

How To Live by Sarah Bakewell is partly a biography of Montaigne, and partly a philosophical exploration on how to live based on Montaigne’s writings and his life. The question of ‘How to live?’ is answered in twenty different ways, all of which relate to themes that Montaigne explored infamous essays. The answers range from ‘don’t … Read more

Freakonomics by Stephen Dubner & Steven Levitt

Freakonomics by Stephen Dubner & Steven Levitt

 The book is presented in 6 key chapters with no unifying theme. In each chapter, the authors ask a seemingly strange question, then use detailed stories and data to uncover the unexpected and often uncomfortable truths. Freakonomics helps you make better decisions by showing you how your life is dominated by incentives, how to close information … Read more

Python For Dummies All In One

Python for dummies is your one-stop resource on all things Python. Thanks to its flexibility, Python has grown to become one of the most popular programming languages in the world. Developers use Python in app development, web development, data science, machine learning, and even in coding education classes. There’s almost no type of project that … Read more

Wealth, Poverty And Politics By Thomas Sowell

Famed economist and syndicated columnist Thomas Sowell have authored more than 30 books on topics related to economics, public policy, history, class, culture, education, and race. A professor with a doctorate from the University of Chicago, Thomas Sowell is largely considered to be one of the most influential American economists of the 21st century. In Wealth, … Read more

The Art of Statistics — How to Learn from Data

The Art of Statistics — How to Learn from Data, by David Spiegelhalter

In The Art of Statistics, David Spiegelhalter guides the reader through the essential principles we need to derive knowledge from data. Drawing on real-world problems to introduce conceptual issues, he shows us how statistics can help us determine the luckiest passenger on the Titanic, whether serial killer Harold Shipman could have been caught earlier, and if … Read more