By Neil Oliver, Senior Data Lead @ Data Culture

Don’t get me wrong, Google Analytics is a super powerful tool that can answer a whole host of questions about user activity; however many of us have felt the pain of trying to drill down into that data to see the…

By Shreya Thakur, Junior BI Analyst @ Data Culture

While the first generation of data scientists often came with Ph.Ds in quantitative fields, more and more people are aware of data science as a viable career path earlier in their careers. …

By Mikaela Ergas-Lenett, Operations & Education Manager @ Data Culture

Nothing is more rewarding or inspiring than bringing new young minds into the data science field. We sat down with five of the brightest 14–18 year old future data science leaders to learn about their aspirations for the future.



Q: What is Data Culture Studio? What inspired Data Culture to create a Studio?

DC Studio is Data Culture’s visualization and storytelling studio. We specialize in building interactive narratives and telling compelling stories with data.

We’ve always been passionate about data viz, and we found ourselves taking on more and…

By Alexa Garrison, Director of Data Analytics @ Convene

Over the last decade, large technology companies like Netflix, Google, and Spotify have set the standard for building data organizations with well-defined roles and responsibilities. Their robust organizations are hallmarked by wide-sprawling teams of data engineers, data scientists and data governance…

By Nicole Maffeo and Catherine Williams, Google AI Research team

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors, and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of their employer

What are your predictions for the field of data in the new year?

Data fairness, the democratization of AI, and increased investments in the integration of…

Data Culture Co-Founders Leah Weiss and Gabi Steele on their first year in business and the future of data.

I’m curious how you would describe “Data Culture” and what it means to both of you?

L: It’s an important question, because “Data Culture” isn’t necessarily a destination where one day…

1 data analyst ≠ data-driven culture

By Gabi Steele, Leah Weiss & Barr Moses

As businesses increasingly leverage data-driven decision making, the ability to use and understand data at the company-wide level becomes mission critical. While tech behemoths like Netflix, Airbnb, and Spotify have strong data cultures built over the last decade, most companies often face…

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