Dealing with Data
DEALING WITH DATA - AN OVERVIEW
DEALING WITH DATA
Share Your Thoughts
We endeavour to ensure that the articles and content on the Knowledge Centre offer an insight into the research and thinking that goes on within the University of Warwick. There is always more to learn however. Our ears are always open and we are looking forward to hearing what you think on the matters up for discussion.
Ask the Expert
Throughout the first week of our theme 'Dealing with Data', we asked you to submit your questions for Giles Douglas, Senior Staff Engineer at Google. A range questions were selected and you can read Giles Douglas' responses. If you did not submit a question this time, we would still like to hear your views on the 'Share Your Thoughts' page.
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