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Would You Call Joseph Jagger, the Guy Who ‘Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo’ a Data Scientist?

Way back in 1830, Joseph Jagger, an engineer with an analytical mind, began researching the mechanisms of roulette wheels, one of his passions. He suspected that the results of each roulette spin might not be the result of purely random sequences. He wondered, “Is there a system, do the balls have a pattern, were some numbers likely to come up more than others?”

What did he do next? Watch this video and find out

Once you are done, write and let us know, if you think what he did, could be termed as Data Science?

Is there a Data Analyst in you?

And if you want to watch a few more cool videos and understand Data Science a little better, check out Analytics for Beginners. It a fun way to understand analytics and learn about an exciting career.

Fun Fact: Joseph Jagger is said to be a distant cousin of Mike Jagger.

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