Business Science

"ROI-Driven Data Science"

Applying Data Science to Business & Financial Analysis

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Data Scientists

You know data science and machine learning, but you could use some help building on your knowledge by adding specialized, topical experts.

We add subject-matter experts (SME) in data science for Digital Marketing, HR, Sales, Logistics and more to compliment your skill set.


You're interested in utilizing predictive analytics as a competitive advantage but don't have a data science team established.

We are your bolt-on data science team! We'll develop predictive models to solve the most complex business problems while understanding and fitting seamlessly into your organization.


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High touch, flexible, nimble

We Have

Top notch experts that use data to return value

You Get

No headache, only results

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    Data Science For Business: Course Now Open!
    Written by Matt Dancho on April 30, 2018

    We are pleased to announce that our Data Science For Business (#DS4B) Course (HR 201) is OFFICIALLY OPEN! This course is for intermediate to advanced data scientists looking to apply H2O and LIME to a real-world binary classification problem in an organization: Employee Attrition. If you are interested applying data science for business in a real-world setting with advanced tools using a client-proven system that delivers ROI to the organization, then this is the course for you. For a limited time we are offering 15% off enrollment.

    Data Science For Business: Course Launch In 5 Days!!!
    Written by Matt Dancho on April 25, 2018

    Last November, our data science team embarked on a journey to build the ultimate Data Science For Business (DS4B) learning platform. We saw a problem: A gap exists in organizations between the data science team and the business. To bridge this gap, we’ve created Business Science University, an online learning platform that teaches DS4B, using high-end machine learning algorithms, and organized in the fashion of an on-premise workshop but at a fraction of the price. I’m pleased to announce that, in 5 days, we will launch our first course, HR 201, as part of a 4-course Virtual Workshop. We crafted the Virtual Workshop after the data science program that we wished we had when we began data science (after we got through the basics of course!). Now, our data science process is being opened up to you. We guide you through our process for solving high impact business problems with data science!

    Time Series Deep Learning: Forecasting Sunspots With Keras Stateful LSTM In R
    Written by Matt Dancho on April 18, 2018

    Time series prediction (forecasting) has experienced dramatic improvements in predictive accuracy as a result of the data science machine learning and deep learning evolution. As these ML/DL tools have evolved, businesses and financial institutions are now able to forecast better by applying these new technologies to solve old problems. In this article, we showcase the use of a special type of Deep Learning model called an LSTM (Long Short-Term Memory), which is useful for problems involving sequences with autocorrelation. We analyze a famous historical data set called “sunspots” (a sunspot is a solar phenomenon wherein a dark spot forms on the surface of the sun). We’ll show you how you can use an LSTM model to predict sunspots ten years into the future with an LSTM model.

    anomalize: Tidy Anomaly Detection
    Written by Matt Dancho on April 8, 2018

    We recently had an awesome opportunity to work with a great client that asked Business Science to build an open source anomaly detection algorithm that suited their needs. The business goal was to accurately detect anomalies for various marketing data consisting of website actions and marketing feedback spanning thousands of time series across multiple customers and web sources. Enter anomalize: a tidy anomaly detection algorithm that’s time-based (built on top of tibbletime) and scalable from one to many time series!! We are really excited to present this open source R package for others to benefit. In this post, we’ll go through an overview of what anomalize does and how it works.

    How To Learn R, Part 1: Learn From A Master Data Scientist's Code
    Written by Matt Dancho on March 3, 2018

    The R programming language is a powerful tool used in data science for business (DS4B), but R can be unnecessarily challenging to learn. We believe you can learn R quickly by taking an 80/20 approach to learning the most in-demand functions and packages. In this article, we seek to ultimately understand what techniques are most critical to a beginners success through analyzing a master data scientist’s code base. Half of this article covers the web scraping procedure (using rvest and purrr) we used to collect our data (if new to R, you can skip this). The second half covers the insights gained from analyzing a master’s code base. In the next article in our series, we’ll develop a strategic learning plan built on our knowledge of the master. Last, there’s a bonus at the end of the article that shows how you can analyze your own code base using the new fs package. Enjoy.