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Twitter's Top Data Science, Analytics, And BI Feeds

Twitter is a veritable playground for data scientists looking to scrape and analyze public data. But it's also a great place to learn about what data scientists, business intelligence practitioners, and analytics experts are thinking. Here are 11 of our favorites on Twitter.
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Monica Rogati
@mrogati
Monica Rogati is an equity partner at the Data Collective, a venture capital and private equity firm focused on companies that apply 'deep compute, big data, and IT infrastructure technologies to transform giant industries.' She's also a former VP of data at Jawbone and LinkedIn.
(Image: Monica Rogati  via Twitter)

Monica Rogati

@mrogati

Monica Rogati is an equity partner at the Data Collective, a venture capital and private equity firm focused on companies that apply "deep compute, big data, and IT infrastructure technologies to transform giant industries." She's also a former VP of data at Jawbone and LinkedIn.

(Image: Monica Rogati via Twitter)

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