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These people, who possess all the skills and the willingness to crunch numbers and providing insights based on them, are usually called data scientists. They have inherited their faith in numbers from the Pythagoreans before them, so it may be appropriate to name them Datagoreans. Their school of thinking, the Datagoreanism, encourages them to pursue the truth through data, and to exploit blending and fruitful interactions of different fields and approaches for postulating new theories and identifying hidden connections.
Every sub-category has instead to be taken as newly generated. Here it follows the personality test to sort data scientists into a specific box. It is composed by 10 questions, and for each one a single answer has to be provided. This test is not a professional temperament test to fully understand individuals’ personality, but it is more a quick tool for managers to efficiently and consciously allocate the right people to the right team. (1) When you start working on a new dataset a. You start exploring immediately and querying the data b.
Organizational skills c. Capacity to reduce the problem complexity d. Strategic approach and conceptualization of the problem (3) When facing a new data challenge, your first thought is a. Is what I am doing impactful and relevant? b. When do I have to deliver some results? c. How this challenge can make me better? d. What I can learn from this dataset? (4) In a data analysis, which is the most important thing to you a. To achieve a result in the correct way and with the right process or technology c.