🛠️ Scheduled Maintenance | We’ll be undergoing scheduled maintenance and upgrades between 00:00 PST Jan 26th until 00:00 PST Jan 28th. There may be brief interruption of services in that period. We apologize for the inconvenience.

The 365 Data Science team is proud to invite you to our own community forum. A very well built system to support your queries, questions and give the chance to show your knowledge and help others in their path of becoming Data Science specialists.
Anybody can ask a question
Anybody can answer
The best answers are voted up and moderated by our team

data analytics

data analytics


how digital signal processing is apart of data analytics but not that of data science i cant understand.

1 Answer

365 Team

Hi Anuj!
Thanks for reaching out.
Data Analytics – think of it as combination of mathematical skills/quantitative methods and quantitative data, excluding any business concept. You don’t need to understand precisely what Digital signal processing is about; it is enough to remember it involves computations and predictions about future behaviour of signal, using the available quantitative data (which is, again, about the signal). There’s no business context here.
Then, what also matters is the way the term data science has been used today. It involves the business aspect of things, while digital signal processing, although using the same tools, does not involve decisions reflecting the business aspect of a company.
In other words, it is all matter of how these terms are being applied today.
Hope this helps.