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Learn About the Data Analysis Circuit

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The Data Analysis Circuit is a 10-week online course where students learn how to conduct an end-to-end analysis of a dataset by using SQL, Excel, and data visualization.

In the above Info Session, Seiya and Ilya from General Assembly talk about our newest course, Data Analysis Circuit. They’ll cover the benefits of this 10-week mentor-driven online course, what the course covers and who the course was designed for.

Secure your spot in the first instance of Data Analysis Circuit by enrolling now, or visit us at ga.co/dataonline for more information.

Why Data Skills Are Great for Non-Math Backgrounds

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Never in my life would I have considered myself a data storyteller. While I had always been good at math — taking multiple levels of calculus throughout my years of high school, college, and grad schools — numbers didn’t really interest me. I was more interested in disciplines I felt were “solving real problems,” like sociology and government. Eventually, I majored in English because I enjoyed the challenge of interpreting and communicating complex ideas. Plus, someone once told me, “Girls can’t be good at math.” 

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Disrupting the Construction Industry With Data Science

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Anton working at GA's Hong Kong Campus.

Anson working at GA’s Hong Kong Campus.

By moving beyond analysis into prediction through data science, General Assembly Hong Kong’s DAT graduate Anson Au has brought unparalleled performance and efficiency to traditional practices in the construction industry.

Before coming to GA, Anson was already an avid learner, having completed both an MSc and MBA at HKUST. In his current role as head of IT projects at Alliance Construction Materials, he sought to use data and technology to improve the performance in the traditional construction materials industry.

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