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Network in numbers


The plots below are derive from the network members and the social network APIs. The data are updated weekly by a Rapsberry Pi. Questions with an asterisk (*) allow multiple answers. The data do not represent all members, because some answers are optional.


The CorrelAid network has currently

members.


Empowerment of Women

With currently % self-identified women in our network, we’re on a good track. Still, a lot needs to be done.


Field of Study

Data Science is an interdisciplinary field. The members of our network are the best example: Students from a wide range of backgrounds are involved at CorrelAid.


Type of Degree

CorrelAid is a netwok of and for young data analysts - whether they’re studying, pursuing a PhD or working.


Operating System*

A great majority of network members rely on Windows for their work, but Unix systems find their way on machines as well (multiple options could be selected).


statistic programs*

Open Source is gaining ground. This is also true for the CorrelAid network where R easily beats Stata, Excel and SPSS as the most used statistical programming language. We are happy about this trend as we only rely on open source software in our projects.


Other programming languages*

Getting your data and putting it out there is as important as data analysis. Conseequently, our members also know to "speak" general programming languages such as Python and the languages of the Internet.


CorrelAid Networks


The plots below are derive from the network members and the social network APIs. The data are updated weekly by a Rapsberry Pi. Questions with an asterisk (*) allow multiple answers. The data do not represent all members, because some answers are optional.


The CorrelAid network has currently

members.


Empowerment of Women

With currently % self-identified women in our network, we’re on a good track. Still, a lot needs to be done.


Field of Study

Data Science is an interdisciplinary field. The members of our network are the best example: Students from a wide range of backgrounds are involved at CorrelAid.


Type of Degree

CorrelAid is a netwok of and for young data analysts - whether they’re studying, pursuing a PhD or working.


Operating System*

A great majority of network members rely on Windows for their work, but Unix systems find their way on machines as well.


statistical programming languages*

Open Source is gaining ground. This is also true for the CorrelAid network where R easily beats Stata, Excel and SPSS as the most used statistical programming language. We are happy about this trend as we only rely on open source software in our projects.


Other programming languages*

Getting your data and putting it out there is as important as data analysis. Consequently, our members also know to "speak" general programming languages such as Python and the languages of the Internet.


CorrelAid Networks


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