Mr. Marck Vaisman

Mr. Marck VaismanMr. Vaisman designs data-driven computing solutions to help clients make better business decisions, recognize opportunities, experiment, gain insights, and solve difficult problems using large datasets and a  combination of tools.  He is currently working as a lead data scientist at Booz Allen.  His experience pulls from multiple disciplines including Internet, telecommunications and high tech. Marck is an experienced R programmer and advocate, and a contributing author to "The Bad Data Handbook" and "Analyzing the Analyzers." He teaches graduate level classes at George Washington University and George Mason University. Marck founded Data Community DC, an organization that promotes Data Science and Analytics practitioners in the Washington DC Metro area.

Education:

MBA, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 2002
BS, Mechanical Engineering Boston University, Boston, MA 1997

Areas of Expertise:

Data Mining

Statistical Computing

Applied Machine Learning

Predictive Modeling

Operations Research

Simulation

Business Operations

Business Intelligence

Product Management

Finance

Marketing

Publications:

The Bad Data Handbook, O'Reilly Media, 2012, Analyzing the Analyzers, O'Reilly Media,
2013

Website links:

LinkedIn profile

Data Community DC

Courses:
Big Data Computing with Hadoop

Instructor at Statistics.com since February 2016



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