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I am a marketing intern at Valuefirst Digital Media. I write blogs on AI, Machine Learning, Chatbots, Automation etc for House of Bots. ...

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I am a marketing intern at Valuefirst Digital Media. I write blogs on AI, Machine Learning, Chatbots, Automation etc for House of Bots.

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Top 8 Data Science Tools in 2018

By shiwaneeg |Email | May 2, 2018 | 8007 Views

Becoming data scientist is really hard. Each & every project requires a different kind of programming language or software to focus on. There is an immense list of tools for data science. Here are top 8 data science tools in 2018:

  • RapidMiner

RapidMiner builds software for real data science, fast and simple. They make data science teams more productive through a lightning-fast platform that unifies data prep, machine learning, and model deployment. More than 300,000 users in over 150 countries use RapidMiner products to drive revenue, reduce costs, and avoid risks. They built their platform on three major components. RapidMiner studio is the Visual Workflow Designer for Data Science Teams. It is a platform with Code-optional with guided analytics With more than 1500 function, it allows users to automate predefined connections, built-in templates, and repeatable workflows. RapidMiner serves Share and collaborates on every step and aspect of the data mining process. It allows to optimize with the advanced queuing mechanism: RapidMiner Server can slice out resources and dedicate to teams, use cases or projects. The platform makes it possible to get visibility into data science teamwork and governance. RapidMiner Radoop removes the complexity of data prep and machine learning on Hadoop and Spark. The platform is used in many industries with different types of solutions.

  • DataRobot

DataRobot offers a machine learning platform for data scientists of all skill levels to build and deploy accurate predictive models in a fraction of the time it used to take. The technology addresses the critical shortage of data scientists by changing the speed and economics of predictive analytics. The DataRobot platform uses massively parallel processing to train and evaluate 1000s of models in R, Python, Spark MLlib, H2O and other open source libraries. It searches through millions of possible combinations of algorithms, pre-processing steps, features, transformations and tuning parameters to deliver the best models for your dataset and prediction target. They offer three main products. DataRobot cloud is built with the knowledge and experience from some of the world's top data scientists, DataRobot Cloud is the easiest way to build world-class prediction models in just minutes. They have partnered with Web Services (AWS), the world's most comprehensive and broadly adopted cloud platform. The flexibility and scale of the AWS platform enable DataRobot to deliver a robust, secure, on-demand platform to our customers. DataRobot Enterprise extends the value of the machine learning platform with enterprise features including flexible deployment, governance, training, and world-class support.

  • Alteryx

Alteryx Inc., headquartered in Irvine, CA, offers a quick-to-implement, end-to-end analytics platform that empowers business analysts and data scientists alike to break data barriers and deliver game-changing insights that are solving big business problems. The Alteryx platform is self-serve, click, drag-and-drop for hundreds of thousands of people in leading enterprises all over the world.
 
  • Qubole

Qubole is passionate about making data-driven insights easily accessible to anyone. Qubole customers currently process nearly an exabyte of data every month, making us the leading cloud-agnostic big-data-as-a-service provider. Customers have chosen Qubole because we created the industry's first autonomous data platform. This cloud-based data platform self-manages, self-optimizes and learns to improve automatically and as a result delivers unbeatable agility, flexibility, and TCO. Qubole customers focus on their data, not their data platform. Qubole investors include CRV, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Norwest Venture Partners and IVP.

  • Paxata

Paxata is the pioneer in intelligently empowering all business consumers to transform raw data into ready information, instantly and automatically, with an intelligent, self-service data preparation application built on a scalable, enterprise-grade platform powered by machine learning. Their Adaptive Information Platform weaves data into an Information Fabric from any source, any cloud or environment, for any enterprise to create trusted information.  With Paxata, user clicks, not code to achieve results in minutes, not months. They empower all business consumers to get smart about information at the speed of thought.  Be an Information Inspired Business. Paxata partners with an industry-leading cloud, big data and business intelligence solutions providers such as Cloudera and Amazon, and seamlessly connect to BI tools, including Salesforce Wave, Tableau, Qlik and Microsoft Excel to greatly accelerate the time to actionable business insights.

  • Trifacta

Trifacta's mission is to create radical productivity for people who analyze data. They are deeply focused on solving the biggest bottleneck in the data lifecycle, data wrangling, by making it more intuitive and efficient for anyone who works with data. Their main product is the Wrangler. Wrangler helps data analysts clean and prepare messy, diverse data more quickly and accurately. Simply import your datasets to Wrangler and the application will automatically begin to organize and structure your data. Wrangler's machine learning algorithms will even help you to prepare your data by suggesting common transformations and aggregations. When you're happy with your wrangled dataset, you can export the file to be used for data initiatives like data visualization or machine learning. Wrangler Edge is specifically designed to make this process faster for teams that don't require the parallel computing power of big data platforms. Powered by high-performance data wrangling engine, analysts can share the process of exploring, structuring, and publishing out analysis-ready datasets for faster, more accurate analysis.

  • Lumen Data

LumenData is a leading provider of Enterprise Information Management solutions with deep expertise in implementing Data persistence layers for data mastering, prediction systems, and data lakes as well as Data Strategy, Data Quality, Data Governance, and Predictive Analytics.  Through a combination of highly trained consultants, strong partnerships, relentless focus on quality and executive oversight, LumenData has successfully delivered planning, implementation, integration, maintenance, and training services to over 50 blue chip clients in various industries. Its clients include Autodesk, Bayer, Bausch & Lomb, Citibank, Credit Suisse, Cummins, Gilead, HP, Nintendo, PC Connection, Starbucks, University of Colorado, the University of Texas at Dallas, Weight Watchers, Westpac, and many other data-dependent companies.
 
  • Feature Labs

Feature Labs is a predictive analytics platform created to make data science automation a strategic component of any organization. By using Feature Labs, teams can utilize machine learning and artificial intelligence to deploy new products or services, identify critical insights, and understand what their data says about the future of their business.

As data science researchers at MIT, Feature Labs' founders experienced first-hand the challenges inherent in the development of predictive models. To address these problems, Max Kanter and Kalyan Veeramachaneni created the "Data Science Machine" to automate this time intensive and human-driven proces- and then created Feature Labs in 2015 to bring cutting-edge data science automation to the world.

Source: HOB