Students should use real data to develop practical skills--but the problem is, they don't always have access to it

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Students should use real data to develop practical skills--but the problem is, they don't always have access to it

For students in STEM programs, learning about data analytics is a critical piece of the curriculum. Unfortunately, most students only have access to fixed, static data that can’t be collected and analyzed in real-time, which doesn’t simulate the business environments they will work in after graduation.

Today, the industry demands “translators” who can make connections between data and data analytical techniques to drive operational improvements — and that training must start
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